By: Tim DelChiaro
Abstract: October 16, 2013 CodeRage Online Conference Schedule
Here's the schedule for Day 2 of CodeRage. If you missed the first day, don't worry. You can still register and attend the upcoming sessions, then go back and watch the Day 1 sessions on demand after the conference.
VENDOR SHOWCASE: PDF and Office Document Processing Tools for Delphi from Gnostice
In this session, we dive deep into the all-new multi-format document processing toolset for Delphi from Gnostice. We look at the architectural details of the product first and then go into using the product. See real code examples for viewing, printing, converting and processing electronic documents (PDF, DOCX, and image formats) in Delphi using the new Gnostice tools.
Girish Patil - Gnostice Information Technologies
DataSnap Architectures, Optimizations, and Use Cases
This session offers an overview of the different architectures you can create using the DataSnap technologies, from TCP/IP to HTTP and from remote method invocation to multi-tier dataset access. The session focuses on performance and optimization, suggesting preferred deployment strategies and devotes some time to integrating DataSnap with FireDAC, two strategic libraries that ship with Delphi. Finally, Marco covers some of the planned features for DataSnap.
Marco Cantù - Embarcadero
Secure DataSnap Development
In this demo-oriented session, Pawel demonstrates building secure mobile clients running on iOS and Android and connecting to DataSnap enterprise services. Through practical examples we work with secure communication protocols, using encryption filters, and explore role-based authentication and authorization within the DataSnap frawework.
Pawel Glowacki - Embarcadero
From Idea to Submitted Mobile App in 30 Minutes
Some projects are done step-by-step to show how cross-platform applications can be done both as an alternative to standard VCL desktop, and as a new mobile project for new developers.
Vselvold Leonov - Embarcadero
The New REST Client Library: A Tool of Many Trades
The new REST client library of Delphi XE5 is a multi-faced tool. This session provides an introduction to using this library to create a simple desktop and mobile client for a public web service. We also show examples of integration with popular web sites and delve into the integration with custom servers written in different technologies from DataSnap to the ASP.NET WebApi library.
The New REST Client Library
Dive into the details of the new RESTClient library, specifically by looking at some complex REST APIs, such as Facebook and Parse. Connecting to APIs of Facebookm, Twitter, Flickr and many more, you will have to deal with OAUTH authentication. This session demonstrates how to implement this (with Facebook as the example) using the new TAuthenticator components in XE5. In addition, Parse is one of the prominent Backend as a Service (BaaS) providers. BaaS providers basically offer a flexible (REST-based) API to store your business objects and thus are specifically interesting for mobile app development. This session shows the basics of how to connect to Parse and store an object.
Olaf Monien - Developer Experts, LLC
Deep Dive into Creating Android Apps
Using XE5 standard demos as a jumping board, this presentation dives down in each of these to show how Delphi on Android works internally, showing Native Controls, Platform Services, Dalvik Debug Monitor Server, Android Debug Bridge (adb), Logging, Deployment, and more.
Danny Wind - Delphi Company B.V.
VENDOR SHOWCASE: CodeSite Logging Strategies & Techniques
CodeSite is an advanced debugging and application logging system that gives developers deeper insight into how their code is executing. This session focuses on strategies and techniques that enable developers to be even more productive. Topics include creating custom categories to simplify managing logging information, using custom views to isolate messages, and configuring log file destinations to control volume.
Ray Konopka - Raize Software
Responsive Delphi Design
In this session, see the different methods you can use to design forms that respond well to the various device sizes and orientations.
Robert Love - State of Utah
Effectively Using List Controls in Mobile Apps
Lists form the foundation of many mobile applications. The FM Application Platform provides two core list-based controls: TListBox and TListView. This session investigates the advantages and disadvantages of both controls and how to use them effectively in your mobile applications for optimal user experience and performance.
Creating Custom Controls for the FM Application Platform
RAD Studio supports true-native cross-platform development with the FM Application Platform. FM user interfaces are designed using a component-based framework built around the concept of styles. While the base FM controls provide much functionality, there are often times when the base controls are not enough. This session demonstrates how to enhance your mobile and desktop applications by creating custom reusable FM controls.
VENDOR SHOWCASE: Things You Should Know about IntraWeb Development
An overview presentation and demonstration of new features of IntraWeb, which is included in RAD Studio. Design, security, performance and deployment considerations are also covered.
Alexandre Machado - Atozed Software
Maintainable Code: Separating Logic from UI
See techniques for creating new applications with logic separated from UI, as well as tips on transplanting logic from UI into its own units, making your application more maintainable, unit-testable, and multi-device capable.
Jeffrey Lefebvre - Skyline Aviation Software
The schedule of sessions & speakers are subject to change without notice.
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