Improve your Delphi programming skills by building robust applications for Android, iOS, and Windows platform
- Build responsive user interfaces (UIs) for desktop and mobile with FireMonkey
- Implement a microservices architecture using the Rapid Application Development(RAD) server
- Create clones of popular applications like Instagram and Facebook using Delphi 10.3
With the help of seven practical projects, this book will guide you through the best practices, Delphi Run-Time Library (RTL) resources, and design patterns. Whether you use the Visual Component Library (VCL) or FireMonkey (FMX) framework, these design patterns will be implemented in the same way in Delphi, using Object Pascal. In the first few chapters, you will explore advanced features that will help you build rich applications using the same code base for both mobile and desktop projects. In addition to this, you'll learn how to implement microservice architecture in Delphi. As you get familiar with the various aspects of Delphi, you will no longer need to maintain source code for similar projects, program business rules on screens, or fill your forms with data access components.
By the end of this book, you will have gained an understanding of the principles of clean code and become proficient in building robust and scalable applications in Delphi.
What you will learn
- Get to grips with the advanced features of RTL
- Understand how to deal with the paradigm change between multiplatform projects
- Build rich interfaces with Google's Material Design features
- Understand how to implement design patterns in Delphi
- Turn a mobile device into a remote controller with app tethering technology
- Build a multi-database system using VCL
Who this book is for
This book is for developers, programmers, and IT professionals who want to learn the best market practices by implementing practical projects. Prior knowledge of the Delphi language is a must.
Table of Contents
- Building an Instagram Clone
- Building a Facebook REST API
- Cross-Platform Services for Windows, iOS, and Android
- Design Patterns to Build a Multi-Database System
- Creating GUI Apps with FireMonkey
- Implementing Tethering to Create a Remote Control
- Building Microservices Using the RAD Server