#1 2014-05-26 20:09:09

ubaltino
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Migration of Customer mORMot for FireMonkey (iOS and Android)

Arnaud.

Use the SynPDF at a certain time. Simply spectacular.

I am seriously considering using mORMot in Windows Server Client'll need for mobile platforms (iOS and Android).

In your blog you have a topic that you said you were porting mORMot Client to run in FireMonkey.

I also know that you have a script and it is not always possible to follow this script to the letter and meet all requests.

But if possible I would like to know how this this Migration. It was taken. Not found a demo. If this underway, I wonder when it will be available.

PS. Sorry, my english sucks. This was translated in Google.

Thank you.


Ubaltino Faleiro
www.sistemainteligente.com
Brasil - Goiás - Goiânia

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#2 2014-05-27 05:43:17

ab
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Re: Migration of Customer mORMot for FireMonkey (iOS and Android)

We just started to include cross-platform client units.
See http://synopse.info/fossil/dir?name=CrossPlatform

There is a unit dedicated to JSON, able to read and write JSON content into/from JSON objects or arrays.
It is meant to be cross-platform, so it does not use SynCommons.pas or the other units of mORMot.
But all needed features are there: fast JSON parsing and writing, document or array storage, variant access to values, late-binding access
See http://synopse.info/forum/viewtopic.php … 674#p10674

You can follow the progression via the corresponding feature request:
http://synopse.info/fossil/info/09ae8513eb

So, client libraries are not finished, but started, and I hope to have something working soon!

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#3 2014-05-27 11:20:38

ubaltino
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Re: Migration of Customer mORMot for FireMonkey (iOS and Android)

Arnaud.

Great news. I believe very Delphi users and developers are waiting this solution. Mainly Article published Roberto Schneiders also Brazilian.

I'll be watching the forum and the links you posted.

If you allow me, I will create a topic off with a suggestion.

Good job.


Ubaltino Faleiro
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#4 2014-05-27 11:52:15

ab
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Re: Migration of Customer mORMot for FireMonkey (iOS and Android)

Any suggestion is welcome!
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