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Wednesday, August 17, 2022

TMS WEB Core facilitates to leverage all your Object Pascal knowledge to create component based rich web client applications from the Delphi IDE. Did you know that for some time, it is equally possible to apply this knowledge ...

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Wednesday, July 27, 2022

We have been working hard and today we're proud to present another major update: TMS FNC UI Pack 4.0!What's newThis video shows what's new in TMS FNC UI Pack 4.0Updated look for componentsThere were a lot of q...


Tuesday, July 26, 2022

A couple of posts ago, we had a look at a handful of image sliders, typically used for, naturally, displaying a collection of images.  And last time we had a look at Leaflet, an interact map, which...


Thursday, July 21, 2022

While TMS WEB Core can be used to develop and deploy fully featured web applications, including PWA apps, it is by no means limited to just web applications. There are several more a...


Tuesday, July 19, 2022

There are so many useful JS libraries yet to explore that it can be a challenge to pick what to cover next.  But this time out, we're going to have a look at a JS library suggested by blog r...


Thursday, July 14, 2022

A little more than a month ago, we asked you about Lazarus supportAnd today we are delivering it. Experimental support (official support is coming once FPC gets anonymous methods in trunk), but usable and working fine. While the polls were 70% ...


Wednesday, July 13, 2022

It's not a secret that the browser API supports ever more machine hardware related features, making it slowly but surely a cross-platform operating system on its own. As it is also always a goal of TMS WEB Core to make it Object Pascal ...


Tuesday, July 12, 2022

With our Tabulator miniseries out of the way, we're back to check out other interesting and useful JavaScript libraries that we can use in our TMS WEB Core projects. This time out, we're going to have a look at image sliders...


Monday, July 11, 2022

TMS FNC Chart had a lot of customization options in terms of appearance and overall look & feel, and with a lot of property settings the result was achievable yet time consuming. In v2.0 we went the extra mile and bundled all your highly appre...


We're happy to announce the release of new versions of TMS Aurelius (5.9), TMS XData (5.6) and TMS Sparkle (3.20)There are very interesting new features in those releases, and also some upcoming changes in the TMS Business product l...


Friday, July 8, 2022

Today we focus on two more new framework features in the new TMS WEB Core v2.0 release. It concerns the support for the different material icons types and the new component for dealing with CSS classes at design-time, TWebCSSClass.Mate...


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