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Hi again,

October 12. 2019 at 15:30 (3:30PM) CEST (UTC+2) I had a great chat with Jim McKeeth from Embarcadero Technologies who was the guest host on the show.

Jim presented Firemonkey for Linux and RAD Server while we had a good anecdotal chat about how Delphi became Delphi and kbmMemTable became kbmMemTable, and as always, Jim is well worth listening to.

I showed off kbmMW SmartBind v3 which supports TListView for both Firemonkey and VCL, and SmartEvent which makes it much easier to separate GUI and functionality.

Find the replay at:

If you have a great idea for a topic, and perhaps even would like to present it yourself, then just contact me on email at I welcome just about anything of interest for Delphi, as long as its legal and can be viewed by minors. Even presentations about competing products are valid topics!

This is the itinerary for the next upcoming meetings:

Oct 26, 2019 03:30 PM – kbmMW core explained.
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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One thought on “#4 Delphi / C4D Webinar – With Jim McKeeth from Embarcadero as guest host – REPLAY available”
  1. Hi Kim, I know I have already mentioned it in a Blog Post but Good ideas to show sould be:

    1) Implement authentication standards like OAuth 2.0, JWT (JSON web tokens), etc to communicate with other
    languages rather than delphi.

    Could be example in Javascript or even with using Delphi but with an App that will not use KBMMW on client side (latest TRestClient or TOauth2Authenticator).

    2) How to implement RESTful services (DataSnap replacement) and how to communicate other NON KBMMW apps (Delphi-TRestClient, Javascript, PHP).

    3) Scriptable services using PascalScript, DWScript.

    4) Possible Dates for next release 🙂

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