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  1. Stefan Glienke

    What's the best common folder for...

    There is no C:\Users\Public\Public Documents - that's just how they get displayed in the explorer - click into the address bar and you see its C:\Users\Public\Documents (by default - it can be anywhere else) Is the file ... for the program itself and ... only on this machine and for every user -> %programdata%\<program name> only on this machine and only for current user -> %localappdata%\<program name> available on other machines for the current user -> %appdata%\<program name> some document/file for the current user only -> %userprofile%\documents something that should be available for other users on this machine as well -> public documents (I think there is no variable by default for that, only for the public folder, but the public documents can actually stored somewhere else, I think registry holds that information)
  2. Hi all, diving into the world of microservices in Delphi. Here we go: www.kouraklis.com/2020/01/microservices-in-delphi-part-1/ Thanks
  3. Alexander Sviridenkov

    Dynamic creation of SQL queries

    SQL Framework (part of HTML Library bundle) is designed for creating, parsing and modifying SQL queries based on database schema. You can easily add new field from existing or new table, change order/group parts, convert where conditions to joins, add/remove where conditions and much more. Please check https://delphihtmlcomponents.com/SQLLibrary.pdf
  4. FredS

    What's the best common folder for...

    Stefan covered that under 'for the program itself ', don't clutter up Documents with stuff that isn't for the user's end use.. annoying 🙂
  5. Lars Fosdal

    Pimlico: Microservices in Delphi - Part 1

    Friends don't make friends use Synchronize.
  6. sgcWebSockets is a complete package providing access to HTML5 WebSockets API (WebSocket is a web technology providing for bi-directional, full-duplex communications channels, over a single Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) socket) allowing to create WebSocket Servers, and WebSocket clients in VCL, Lazarus and Firemonkey Applications. What's new 4.3.3 - Added support for IOCP Indy Server (Websocket and HTTP Servers) - Updated to latest Lazarus 2.0.6 version. - Some improvements about performance and stability.  Main Features: - WebSocket and HTTP Support: sgcWebSockets includes client and server-side implementations of the WebSocket protocol (RFC 6455). HTTP/s is also full supported. Support for plain TCP is also included. - SSL/TLS for Security: Your messages are secure using our SSL/TLS implementation. Widest compatibility via support for modern TLS 1.3, TLS 1.2, TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.0 - Protocols and APIs: Several protocols are supported: MQTT (3.1.1 and 5.0), STOMP, WEBRTC, SIGNALR CORE, WAMP... Built-in protocols support Transactions, Datasets, QoS, big file transfers and more. APIs supported for third-parties like Pusher, Bitfinex, Huobi, CEX... - Cross-platform: Share your code using our WebSockets library for your Delphi VCL, Firemonkey, Intraweb, Javascript and C# projects. Includes Server, Clients and several protocols for building and connecting to WebSocket applications. - High Performance WebSocket Server based on Microsoft HTTP Framework and IOCP. Trial Version: http://www.esegece.com/download/sgcWebSockets.zip Compiled Demos: http://www.esegece.com/download/sgcWebSockets_bin.zip More Info: http://www.esegece.com/websockets