Cary Jensen, best-selling, award-winning author of over twenty-five software books, just published a book on Delphi FireDAC.
Accompanying source code is available online.
- 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
Table of Contents
- Chapter 1: Overview of FireDAC
- Chapter 2: Connecting to Data
- Chapter 3: Configuring FireDAC
- Chapter 4: Basic Data Access
- Chapter 5: More Data Access
- Chapter 6: Navigating and Editing Data
- Chapter 7: Creating Indexes
- Chapter 8: Searching Data
- Chapter 9: Filtering Data
- Chapter 10: Creating and Using Virtual Fields
- Chapter 11: Persisting Data
- Chapter 12: Understanding FDMemTables
- Chapter 13: More FDMemTables: Cloned Cursors and Nested DataSets
- Chapter 14: The SQL Command Preprocessor
- Chapter 15: Array DML
- Chapter 16: Using Cached Updates
- Chapter 17: Understanding Local SQL
- Appendix A: Code Download, Database Preparation, and Errata
Cary Jensen is Chief Technology Officer of Jensen Data Systems, Inc., a Texas-based company that specializes in Internet and database development training and consulting, and winner of two Delphi Informant Magazine Readers Choice Awards for Best Training.
Cary also wrote a reference on ADS, Advantage Database Server: A Developer’s Guide, 2nd Edition(Amazone, 2010). Other books include: Delphi in Depth: ClientDataSets, Building Kylix Applications (McGraw-Hill), JBuilder Essentials (Osborne/McGraw-Hill), Delphi In Depth (Osborne/McGraw-Hill), Oracle JDeveloper (Oracle Press), and Programming Paradox 5 for Windows. (Sybex). He is currently working on his twenty-third book.
Cary is an author and speaker for the Delphi Developer Days 2001-present seminar and workshop tours in the United States and Europe, and was the author and speaker for the Advantage Developer Days seminars. A frequent speaker at conferences, workshops, and seminars throughout much of the world, he is widely regarded for his self-effacing humor and practical approaches to complex issues. Cary has a Ph.D. from Rice University in Engineering Psychology, specializing in human-computer interaction.