Delphi Cookbook 3ed is out!

Delphi Cookbook 3rd Edition

Here’s the 3rd edition of the Delphi Cookook! Delphi Cookbook is a best sellers for PacktPub in its category since the 1st edition back in the 2014. This edition is the first in co-authoring with Daniele Spinetti. Daniele Spinetti is an Embarcadero MVP wich works with me in bit Time Professionals (site in english here). We works together every days, so has been a pleasure to share this experience too.

What’s new in 3rd edition

In this third edition we wanted to add content to keep the book updated with emerging technologies and new features made available by Delphi. Like the 2nd edition, some chapters are completely new while all the others has been updated, evolved and integrated with new contents. The new chapters are devoted to Linux Development and IoT. Moreover there are many new contents about FireDAC and RTTI attributes.

This edition contains all the recipes from the previous version updated to Delphi 10.2 Tokyo. We reached now 780 pages and 78 recipes!

Delphi Cookbook 3rd edition lets you learn all the development possibilities provided by Delphi

Topics of the book

As I told also at the time of 1st and 2nd edition, Delphi Cookbook is not an introductory book, you will not find any “Introduction to the Object Pascal language”, however the majority of the chapters are not too complex and can be grasped also by the new Delphi programmers.

Where to buy

The book is available for sale on the editor website and on Amazon.

PacktPub (Official book page)

Delphi Cookbook 3rd Edition on PacktPub

Amazon

Delphi Cookbook 3rd Edition on Amazon

Samples and source code

All the samples are in a github repo

Table of contents

Chapter 1: Delphi Basics

Chapter 2: Becoming a Delphi Language Ninja

Chapter 3: Knowing Your Friends – The Delphi RTL

Chapter 4: Going Cross-Platform with FireMonkey

Chapter 5: The Thousand Faces of Multithreading

Chapter 6: Putting Delphi on the Server

Chapter 7: Linux Development

Chapter 8: Riding the Mobile Revolution with FireMonkey

Chapter 9: Using specific platform features

Chapter 10: Delphi and IoT

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