Delphi 10.2 Tokyo may not be the newest version of Delphi as it is already succeeded by Delphi 10.3 (Rio) in 2018 and Delphi Sydney last May 2020. Interestingly, we came across this video of Alister Christie from Learn Delphi TV in which he shares some of his initial experiences in using the Delphi Tokyo version. Every new version of Delphi comes with a great set of new features (both big and small).
In this particular Learn Delphi video, Alister will share one of the exciting new features of Delphi 10.2 and it is the possibility to edit data in the “TFDMemTable” component at design time. According to him, this component is a powerful FireDAC in-memory data store which could be really handy in your future Delphi and windows app development project. In this video, Alister will demonstrate the step-by-step method on how you can edit an FDMemTable at design time. To learn more on how to use this component, feel free to watch the video tutorial above. Good luck!