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tiOPF discussion thread

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/11/29

Sometimes the title of a G+ entry looks not so interesting, but then you read the comments. In this cast it’s about the mediator pattern support in the tiOPF object persistence framework, how it works very well from Free Pascal and both classic and  modern Delphi compilers and why developers dislike ARC. It’s cool as it allows you to decouple UI from business logic and separate out business logic from your application into a back-end. Recommended reading: [WayBack] Hello i have a program that use MS SQL SERVER 2000i want to make a mobile application that connect to this database to make some consultationclient fi… – Mohammed Bouhlal – Google+

–jeroen

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