Delphi is a cross-platform Integrated Development Environment (IDE)
that supports rapid application development for Microsoft Windows, Apple
Mac OS X, Google Android, and Apple iOS. It helps you to concentrate on
the real business and save yourself the pain of wandering amid GUI
widget details or having to tackle inter-platform incompatibilities.
This course will build on from Part 1, covering topics such as
multithreading, using the parallel programming library, and putting
Delphi on a server. Weâ€™ll also take a look at the new feature of the
WebBroker Apache modules and then ride the mobile revolution with
FireMonkey. By the end of the course, you will be able to develop and
deploy cross-platform applications using Delphi.
About The Author
Daniele Teti is a software architect, trainer, and consultant
with over 20 years of professional experience. He writes code in a
number of languages but his preferred language for compiled native
software is Object Pascal.
Daniele is an Embarcadero MVP and is a well-known Delphi and
programming expert in the developers' community. He's the main developer
and drives the development of some Delphi open source projects
(DelphiMVCFramework, LoggerPro, DORMâ€”"The Delphi ORM", Delphi Redis
Client, Delphi STOMP Client, and more).
After writing some articles for the most important programming
magazines in Italy and a number of online publications, Daniele started
to write books. His Delphi Cookbook, published in late 2014, has been a
bestseller. Daniele wrote his first program when he was 11 years old,
and since then happily continues to write software almost every day.
Apart from Delphi, he's a huge fan of design patterns, open source,
distributed architectures, RESTful architectures, and Android OS.
Daniele has been the project manager for a lot of big projects in Italy
and in Europe, for private companies and public institutions. When is
not busy writing software or writing about programming (for a job or for
a hobby), he like to play guitar, write songs, and do voluntary
Currently, he is the CEO of BIT Time Professionals, an Italian
company specializing in high-level consultancy, training, and
development. The company specializes in high-performance software, web
and mobile solutions, and distributed architecture. Bit Time
Professionals is also an Italian leader in indoor proximity solutions
using beacon technology, where it provides solutions for museums,
supermarkets, art galleries, fairs, and events in general.
Daniele acts as a consultant and teacher for many Italian and
European companies, so he very often travels around the world. Daniele
is the technical director for the ITDevCon conference, the biggest
European Delphi conference. He's also an international
speaker at technical conferences.
Daniele lives in Rome, Italy, with his beloved wife Debora and their little boy Mattia.