Delphi in Depth: FireDAC

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Cary Jensen is a best-selling author of more than twenty-five books on software development. He is also an award-winning trainer and a popular speaker at software conferences throughout much of the world. An Embarcadero Delphi MVP, Cary has provided training to companies on every version of Delphi and has toured and trained on every version, starting with the original Delphi World Tour in 1995, and continuing through the Delphi 5 World Tour. His other tours include Delphi Development Seminars (2000), Borland Development Seminars (1998-2001), and Delphi Developer Days (2001 to present).

Cary is Chief Technology Officer at Jensen Data Systems, Inc., a company that has been providing training, consulting, and software development services since 1988. He is an active developer, providing clients with assistance in data modeling, software architecture, software development, team development, mentoring, training, and software migration. Dr. Jensen has a Ph.D. in Engineering Psychology, from Rice University, specializing in human-computer interaction.

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Delphi in Depth: FireDAC

Authored by Cary Jensen Ph.D.

Delphi in Depth: FireDAC
* Learn how to connect to a wide variety of databases
* Optimize your connection configurations
* Explore the world of indexes, searches, and filters
* Discover the power of persisted datasets
* Create flexible queries using macros and FireDAC scalar functions
* Achieve blazing performance with Array DML
* Master the art of cached updates
* Add sophisticated features using Local SQL

* Requires RAD Studio XE6 Professional or Delphi XE6 Professional or higher
* Appropriate for novice to advanced Delphi database developers
* More information is at

Publication Date:
1546391274 / 9781546391272
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
7.44" x 9.69"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Computers / Desktop Applications / Databases

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