CodeRage XII - InterBase & Databases Track

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These are the 9 sessions in the InterBase & Databases track for CodeRage XII. Register today and you can watch them on Embarcadero Academy.

  • InterBase 2017 ToGo Cross-Platform Development and Deployment with Al Mannarino
  • Scheduled: Tue 7th @ 6:00 AM
  • Level: All (General information for everyone)
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  • Description: InterBase 2017 ToGo Edition is a full-featured, multi-device embeddable database for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X that runs in a stand-alone environment but allows deployment of applications which directly utilize the InterBase engine DLLs. With no separate database server process running, the database engine executes in the application process space providing an extremely small footprint. Together with other key features such as high security, zero administration, and simple installation, InterBase 2017 ToGo is an incredible solution for VARs, OEMs and ISVs.
    This session shows using C++ Builder 10.2 Tokyo how to create and deploy an InterBase ToGo 2017 application to Apple Mac OS X and Windows Desktops.
  • Product Address with Sarina DuPont
  • Scheduled: Tue 7th @ 9:00 AM
  • Level: All (General information for everyone)
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  • Description: Join Product Management to hear the latest and what is coming for Delphi, C++Builder, RAD Studio and InterBase.
  • Simplify and speed-up application development with ORM for Delphi with Devart
  • Scheduled: Wed 8th @ 6:00 AM
  • Level: All (General information for everyone)
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  • Description: Using Database-first and Model-first in ORM framework for speed-up application development in Delphi and reducing the number of potential bugs when making changes to the database structure.
  • TMS Business Showcase: REST Server and ORM (XData and Aurelius) with Wagner Landgraf
  • Scheduled: Wed 8th @ 9:00 AM
  • Level: All (General information for everyone)
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  • Description: How to create a REST server from scratch, step-by-step, in a few minutes, using your existing database. Shows ORM (TMS Aurelius) and REST Server framework (XData) with features like filtering, ordering and CRUD operations.
  • CData FireDAC Enterprise Connectors with Geoffrey Osborne
  • Scheduled: Wed 8th @ 11:00 AM
  • Level: All (General information for everyone)
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  • Description: Working with the JSON and Elasticsearch components to learn more about the core component functionalities of the CData FireDAC Enterprise connectors. Learn about SQL-92 support and different ways to manipulate various data sets.
  • Some code to start building C++ applications with Francisco Muro A.
  • Scheduled: On-demand
  • Level: Introduction (For beginners)
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  • Description: How to start writting some code using C++Builder from Embarcadero. How to handle connections using JSON + PHP + CPP... the other way.
  • Customising DataSnap Method Output with Bob Swart
  • Scheduled: On-demand
  • Level: Advanced (For experts who want to dive deep)
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  • Description: DataSnap Server methods return output in a way that DataSnap Clients expect. A TDataSet returns JSON in a specific format, and so does a TFDJSONDataSets type. Ideal for DataSnap Clients, but sometimes less ideal for developers using other tools to consume this JSON output. And perhaps you want to return output in XML format instead of JSON?
    This session demonstrates how we can use the TDSInvocationMetadata class to fully customise the output of DataSnap Server methods, returning the JSON you want or even XML or any other output format you need.


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