September 28. 2019 at 15:30 (3:30PM) CEST (UTC+2) we welcome my good friend Detlef Overbeek as a guest host. Detlef wears many hats, including being…
- Founder and editor of the only remaining Delphi/Lazarus/Pascal related magazine – “Blaise Pascal magazine”.
- Founder and CEO of the Lazarus Factory B.V.
- Very active member and organiser in the Lazarus Foundation.
- Co-organiser of the dutch Delphi and Lazarus events since many years.
He will speak about all the above, including the lowdown in how to get kbmMemTable installed in the latest and greatest of Delphi and Lazarus.
So prepare for an interesting time with Detlef!
Hopefully my mic works this time around… It did during the rehearsal, but that was also the case last time…. so crossing my fingers and toes.
After Detlef’s presentation, I show kbmMW SmartBind which is a very cool and easy to use way to bind properties and data and components without having to use LiveBinding or rely only on TDataset/TDatasource binding, and I show some new stuff being worked on (kbmMW SmartEvent).
Find the replay at: https://youtu.be/uMg_jecT9dU
This is the itinerary for the next upcoming meetings:
Oct 12, 2019 03:30 PM – Guest host: Jim McKeeth from Embarcadero
Oct 26, 2019 03:30 PM – ?
Nov 9, 2019 03:30 PM – ?
Nov 23, 2019 03:30 PM – ?
Dec 7, 2019 03:30 PM – ?
Dec 21, 2019 03:30 PM – ?
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3 thoughts on “#3 Delphi / C4D Webinar – Delphi and Lazarus – REPLAY available”
Hi. is there a chance you can show how to implment an authentication mecvhanish for other languages to acces a KBMMW rest service?
Let say if we can develope an OAuth 2.0 auth frameowrk so any other app (not delphi) can authenticate and use a REST service.
Ill look into it.
Thanks KIM, I have this kind of request every time and I still use a normal service for sending user/password and return a custom Token. But it should be great to show how to implement those frameworks. Including a Pure Restful Web Service. I knot it should not be difficult, but lack of knowledge on some of there topics make me difficult to implement