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Learn To Quickly Use NoSQL With MongoDB And FireDAC In Delphi And C++Builder In CodeRageX there were two sessions around MongoDB. The first session is the basics and the second session is more advanced topics dealing with MongoDB. MongoDB is an open-source NoSQL document database. The first session covers a MongoDB overview, JSON and BSON, the FireDAC MongoDB API wrapping classes, and the FireDAC MongoDB datasets.The second session covers indexing, query options, geospatial queries, aggregation and pipelines, update operations, database meta information, and local S...
Learn To Quickly Integrate With Amazon Web Services In Delphi And RAD Studio In this replay demo oriented session from CodeRage X, Pawel is going to show how to build single-source multi-device, natively compiled Delphi apps for iOS, Android, Windows and Mac that integrate with Amazon Web Services using Cloud API framework. Amazon Web Services (AWS) delivers secure, scalable and inexpensive “cloud computing” platform that combined with cross-platform mobile and desktop rapid app Delphi development let you quickly build end-to-end solutions. During the session we are goin...
Five Ways You Can Easily Kick-start Your Internet Of Things Development RAD Studio offers IoT functionality and connectivity through a number of different protocols and components. You can integrate your IoT devices using Bluetooth and Bluetooth Low Energy. You can talk to beacons and create a proximity fencing solution with BeaconFence. You can track and measure how often your apps are used using Embarcadero® AppAnalytics. You can easily connect your apps together via App Tethering over Bluetooh and Wifi. And finally you can connect to over 50 different IoT devices...

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Using QueryLines to filter your BaaS data Today I thought I would do a quick tutorial on how you can filter your BaaS data using TBackendQuery's QueryLines feature. This allows you to filter your cloud data using regular expressions. For more information on regular expressions, click here. If you have never used a Backend-as-a-Service provider like Kinvey, Parse or App42 and are looking to build BaaS enabled apps with 10 Seattle, I would recommend having a look at my tutorial series: http://blogs.embarcadero.com/sarinadupont/category/b...

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Mobile Push Notifications without a BaaS Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio XE7 include support for mobile push (remote) notifications via a Parse and Kinvey BaaS providers. This makes it really easy to send push notifications to your users on mobile devices. Both Parse and Kinvey offer free service levels (as well as paid), and you can also download App42 SDK for Appmethod and use the App42 BaaS instead. Or you can bypass BaaS and send the push notifications yourself. [Read more]  ...
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