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Delphi XE2 DataSnap Development in Goteborg, Sweden (June 11-12, 2012)

Author: Bob Swart
Posted: 5/21/2012 7:31:15 AM (GMT+1)

On June 11-12th 2012, I'll be presenting a DataSnap XE2 Development seminar in Göteborg, Sweden (organised by Alfasoft AB), covering all practical and in-depth DataSnap topics in detail. The training will be hands-on and I hope to meet you there to discuss DataSnap XE2, which is one of the most powerful features of Delphi XE2 is called DataSnap, for building multi-tier applications. Using FireMonkey, we can now produce DataSnap client applications that run on 32-/64-bit Windows, Mac OS X and even iOS devices, as I will demonstrate during the seminar.

See for more information and the agenda with the topics that will be covered. You will also get my PDF document (consisting of almost 300 pages), plus all updates of that courseware manual until the end of 2012.

Those of you who cannot attend, see for more information on my Delphi courseware manuals in PDF format.



Hiroshi 12/08/02 03:33:33Novidades bem interessantes, estou aossnio para testar o recurso de LiveBinding, o Adobe flex faz isso muito bem.Quanto a 64bits, hoje mesmo estava lendo um post bem interessante sobre manipulae7e3o de excee7f5es atrave9s de blocos try..except..end, que se3o mais eficientes no ambiente x64 pois o compilador ne3o precisa gerar cf3digo extra; e as mudane7as na forma de obter o stack trace no Win64 (JCL/JVCL 64).O link e9 esse aqui:Talvez o impacto ne3o seja significativo para a maioria das aplicae7f5es mais acredito que vale a leitura para entender estes conceitos.Abrae7os
seo service 13/09/05 17:19:29e1VoYm A round of applause for your post.Much thanks again. Cool.

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