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  1. Hello, in the episode we will discuss why do we need REST API Server at all, what's that, which benefits it will bring to us. I will provide pros and cons of implementation of REST API Server and describe the difference between classic implementation with direct database access. How can we implement REST API Server? - Delphi, ASP.NET, PHP or JavaScript.
  2. Hello there! Nowadays we have a huge amount of cross-platform frameworks for mobile and enterprise development. Some of them are popular, some of them are well-known, all of them have their pros and cons. In this episode let's discuss architecture for Flutter, FireMonkey and Xamarin frameworks.
  3. Hi there! In the episode we will discuss why do we need REST API Server at all, what's that, which benefits it will bring to us. Serge Pilko will provide pros and cons of implementation of REST API Server and describe the difference between classic implementation with direct database access. How can we implement REST API Server? - Delphi, ASP.NET, PHP or JavaScript.
  4. Unfortunately, there is no script, but the video is short, perhaps you will find time to watch it)
  5. Thank you for sharing your experience! I appreciate it.
  6. Hi there! How can we deploy our classic desktop or client-server software to the cloud (it can be Delphi, Visual Studio/C+, or Java software, developed 5-10 years ago)? Which options do we have? What's the difference between cloud and well-known deployment to an on-premises server or datacenter VM? This video will be described the most popular options of deployment to the cloud, including Ms Azure and AWS (Amazon Web Services), discuss the pros and cons of each option. Which benefits we will have if we deploy our software "as is" or after re-engineering?
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