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What's New in TMS VCL Cloud Pack 3.8.6.0 XE2-XE10.2?



TMS VCL Cloud Pack 3.8.6.0 XE2-XE10.2: A Comprehensive Guide




Are you looking for a way to integrate your Windows applications with various cloud services? Do you want to access cloud data, storage, images, social media, payment, and more from your Delphi or C++Builder projects? If yes, then you should check out TMS VCL Cloud Pack, a set of components that offer seamless access to a wide range of popular cloud services from Windows applications. What is TMS VCL Cloud Pack?




TMS VCL Cloud Pack is a bundle of over 40 components that enable you to connect your Windows applications with different cloud services such as Google, Microsoft, Apple, Dropbox, Facebook, Twitter, PayPal, YouTube, FourSquare, Box, Pryv, HiDrive, Hubic, Owncloud, PushOver, Twilio, Esendex, BulkSMS, TelAPI, Barcodes4.Me, CloudConvert, myCloudData.net, Exceptionless, Imgur, Cloudinary, Yandex Disk, Computer Vision, Emotion, Bing Speech, and more. What are the benefits of using TMS VCL Cloud Pack?




By using TMS VCL Cloud Pack, you can: - Leverage the power and functionality of cloud services in your Windows applications without writing complex code or dealing with authentication protocols. - Enhance your applications with features such as cloud data binding, cloud image services, social media integration, payment processing, - Save time and money by using ready-made components that are easy to install, configure, and use. - Stay up to date with the latest versions of cloud services and their APIs, as TMS VCL Cloud Pack is regularly updated and maintained by TMS Software, a leading provider of software development tools for Delphi and C++Builder. What are the main features of version 3.8.6.0?




TMS VCL Cloud Pack version 3.8.6.0 was released on June 7, 2023, and it includes the following new features and improvements: - New component TMS MQTT, which allows you to use the MQTT protocol for cross-platform messaging between devices and applications. - New component TPlannerLiveCalendarExchange, which allows you to import or export events from Windows Live Calendar with TPlanner. - New component TPlannerGCalendarExchange, which allows you to import or export events from Google Calendar with TPlanner. - New component TTMSFMXCloudImgur, which allows you to access the Imgur image service from Windows applications. - New component TTMSFMXCloudCloudinary, which allows you to access the Cloudinary image service from Windows applications. - Improved support for Delphi 10.2 Tokyo and C++Builder 10.2 Tokyo. - Various bug fixes and enhancements. How to install TMS VCL Cloud Pack 3.8.6.0 XE2-XE10.2?




Requirements




To install TMS VCL Cloud Pack 3.8.6.0 XE2-XE10.2, you need: - A valid license for TMS VCL Cloud Pack, which you can purchase from the TMS Software website or from a reseller. - A supported version of Delphi or C++Builder, which are: - Delphi XE2, XE3, XE4, XE5, XE6, XE7, XE8, 10 Seattle, 10.1 Berlin, or 10.2 Tokyo - C++Builder XE2, XE3, XE4, XE5, XE6, XE7, XE8, 10 Seattle, 10.1 Berlin, or 10.2 Tokyo - A Windows operating system (Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, or Windows 10) Steps




To install TMS VCL Cloud Pack 3.8.6.0 XE2-XE10.2, follow these steps: - Download the installer from the TMS Software website or from the link provided in your order confirmation email. - Run the installer and follow the instructions on the screen. - Enter your registration email and code when prompted. - Select the components you want to install and the IDEs you want to integrate them with. - Click Next and wait for the installation to complete. - Restart your IDEs if they were running during the installation. How to use TMS VCL Cloud Pack 3.8.6.0 XE2-XE10.2?




Overview of the components




TMS VCL Cloud Pack 3.8.6.0 XE2-XE10.2 consists of over 40 components that are categorized into different groups according to their functionality and cloud service they connect to. The main groups are: - Cloud Data Binding: These components allow you to bind cloud data sources to TDataSet descendants such as TClientDataSet or TFDMemTable. - TTMSFMXCloudBaseDataSet: The base class for all cloud data binding components. - TTMSFMXCloudGCalendarDataSet: Allows you to access Google Calendar data as a dataset. - TTMSFMXCloudGContactsDataSet: Allows you to access Google Contacts data as a dataset. - TTMSFMXCloudGDriveDataSet: Allows you to access Google Drive data as a dataset. - TTMSFMXCloudGMailDataSet: Allows you to access Google Mail data as a dataset. - TTMSFMXCloudLiveCalendarDataSet: Allows you to access Windows Live Calendar data as a dataset. - TTMSFMXCloudLiveContactsDataSet: Allows you to access Windows Live Contacts data as a dataset. - TTMSFMXCloudLiveDriveDataSet: Allows you to access Windows Live Drive data as a dataset. - TTMSFMXCloudLiveMailDataSet: Allows you to - access Windows Live Mail data as a dataset. - TTMSFMXCloudMyCloudDataDataSet: Allows you to access myCloudData.net data as a dataset. - TTMSFMXCloudPryvDataSet: Allows you to access Pryv data as a dataset. - TTMSFMXCloudYandexDiskDataSet: Allows you to access Yandex Disk data as a dataset. - Cloud Image Services: These components allow you to access cloud image services such as Google Photos, Imgur, and Cloudinary from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudBaseImageService: The base class for all cloud image service components. - TTMSFMXCloudGooglePhotos: Allows you to access Google Photos service from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudImgur: Allows you to access Imgur service from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudCloudinary: Allows you to access Cloudinary service from Windows applications. - Social Media: These components allow you to access social media services such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Trello from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudBaseFacebook: The base class for all Facebook components. - TTMSFMXCloudFacebook: Allows you to access Facebook service from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudFacebookEvents: Allows you to access Facebook events from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudFacebookGroups: Allows you to access Facebook groups from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudFacebookPages: Allows you to access Facebook pages from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudFacebookPlaces: Allows you to access Facebook places from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudLinkedIn: Allows you to access LinkedIn service from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudTrello: Allows you to access Trello service from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudTwitter: Allows you to access Twitter service from Windows applications. - Payment Service: This component allows you to access PayPal service from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudPayPal: Allows you to access PayPal service from Windows applications. - Other Cloud Services: These components allow you to access other cloud services such as Dropbox, YouTube, FourSquare, Box, HiDrive, Hubic, Owncloud, PushOver, Twilio, Esendex, BulkSMS, TelAPI, Barcodes4.Me, CloudConvert, Exceptionless, Computer Vision, Emotion, and Bing Speech from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudBaseDropBox: The base class for all Dropbox components. - TTMSFMXCloudDropBox: Allows you to access Dropbox service from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudDropBoxDataStorage: Allows you to access Dropbox data storage from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudYouTube: Allows you to access YouTube service from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudFourSquare: Allows you to access FourSquare service from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudBoxNet: Allows you to access Box service from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudHiDrive: Allows you to access HiDrive service from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudHubic: Allows you to access Hubic service from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudOwnCloud: Allows you to access Owncloud service from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudPushOver: Allows you to access PushOver service from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudTwilio: Allows you to access Twilio service from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudEsendex: Allows you to access Esendex service from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudBulkSMS: Allows you to access BulkSMS service from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudTelAPI: Allows you to access TelAPI service from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudBarcodes4Me: Allows you to access Barcodes4.Me service from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudCloudConvert: Allows you to access CloudConvert service from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudExceptionless: Allows you to access Exceptionless service from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudComputerVision: Allows you to access Computer Vision service from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudEmotion: Allows you to access Emotion service from Windows applications. - TTMSFMXCloudBingSpeech: Allows you to access Bing Speech service from Windows applications. How to access cloud services from Windows applications




To access cloud services from your Windows applications using TMS VCL Cloud Pack 3.8.6.0 XE2-XE10.2, you need to follow these general steps: - Add the component that corresponds to the cloud service you want to use to your form or data module. For example, if you want to use Google Drive, add a TTMSFMXCloudGDrive component. - Set the App.Key and App.Secret properties of the component with the application key and secret that you obtain from the cloud service provider. For example, if you want to use Google Drive, go to the Google API Console and create a project and credentials for your application. Then, copy the client ID and client secret and paste them into the App.Key and App.Secret properties of the TTMSFMXCloudGDrive component. - Call the Connect method of the component to initiate the authentication process with the cloud service provider. For example, if you want to use Google Drive, call TMSFMXCloudGDrive1.Connect. This will open a web browser window where you need to enter your Google account credentials and grant permission for your application to access your Google Drive data. After that, the web browser window will close and the component will be connected to the cloud service. - Use the methods and properties of the component to perform various operations with the cloud service. For example, if you want to use Google Drive, you can use methods such as GetFolders, GetFiles, CreateFolder, UploadFile, DownloadFile, DeleteFile, etc., and properties such as Folders, Files, SelectedFolder, SelectedFile, etc., to manipulate your Google Drive data. How to use cloud data binding with TDataSet




To use cloud data binding with TDataSet using TMS VCL Cloud Pack 3.8.6.0 XE2-XE10.2, you need to follow these general steps: - Add a cloud data binding component that corresponds to the cloud data source you want to use to your form or data module. For example, if you want to use Google Contacts, add a TTMSFMXCloudGContactsDataSet component. - Set the App.Key and App.Secret properties of the component with the application key and secret that you obtain from the cloud service provider. For example, if you want to use Google Contacts, go to the Google API Console and create a project and credentials for your application. Then, copy the client ID and client secret and paste them into the App.Key and App.Secret properties of the TTMSFMXCloudGContactsDataSet component. - Call the Connect method of the component to initiate the authentication process with the cloud service provider. For example, if you want to use Google Contacts, call TMSFMXCloudGContactsDataSet1.Connect. This will open a web browser window where - you need to enter your Google account credentials and grant permission for your application to access your Google Contacts data. After that, the web browser window will close and the component will be connected to the cloud data source. - Call the Open method of the component to fetch the cloud data and populate the fields of the component. For example, if you want to use Google Contacts, call TMSFMXCloudGContactsDataSet1.Open. This will retrieve your Google Contacts data and create fields such as Name, Email, Phone, Address, etc., for the component. - Use a data-aware control such as a TDBGrid or a TDBNavigator to display and edit the cloud data. For example, if you want to use Google Contacts, drop a TDBGrid and a TDBNavigator on your form, and set their DataSource property to point to a TDataSource that is linked to the TTMSFMXCloudGContactsDataSet component. Then, run your application and you will see your Google Contacts data in the grid, and you can use the navigator to add, edit, or delete contacts. - Call the ApplyUpdates method of the component to synchronize the changes made in the component with the cloud data source. For example, if you want to use Google Contacts, call TMSFMXCloudGContactsDataSet1.ApplyUpdates. This will send the changes made in the component to your Google Contacts account. How to use cloud image services with Google Photos, Imgur, and Cloudinary




To use cloud image services with Google Photos, Imgur, and Cloudinary using TMS VCL Cloud Pack 3.8.6.0 XE2-XE10.2, you need to follow these general steps: - Add a cloud image service component that corresponds to the cloud image service you want to use to your form or data module. For example, if you want to use Google Photos, add a TTMSFMXCloudGooglePhotos component. - Set the App.Key and App.Secret properties of the component with the application key and secret that you obtain from the cloud service provider. For example, if you want to use Google Photos, go to the Google API Console and create a project and credentials for your application. Then, copy the client ID and client secret and paste them into the App.Key and App.Secret properties of the TTMSFMXCloudGooglePhotos component. - Call the Connect method of the component to initiate the authentication process with the cloud service provider. For example, if you want to use Google Photos, call TMSFMXCloudGooglePhotos1.Connect. This will open a web browser window where you need to enter your Google account credentials and grant permission for your application to access your Google Photos data. After that, the web browser window will close and the component will be connected to the cloud image service. - Use the methods and properties of the component to perform various operations with the cloud image service. For example, if you want to use Google Photos, you can use methods such as GetAlbums, GetPhotos, CreateAlbum, UploadPhoto, DownloadPhoto, etc., and properties such as Albums, Photos, etc., to manipulate your Google Photos data. How to use social media components with Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Trello




To use social media components with Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Trello using TMS VCL Cloud Pack 3.8.6.0 XE2-XE10.2, you need to follow these general steps: - Add a social media component that corresponds to the social media service you want to use to your form or data module. For example, if you want to use Twitter, add a TTMSFMXCloudTwitter component. - Set the App.Key and App.Secret properties of the component with the application key and secret that you obtain from - XE10.2: - How to obtain an application key and secret for each cloud service: To use any of the cloud service components in TMS VCL Cloud Pack 3.8.6.0 XE2-XE10.2, you need to obtain an application key and secret from the cloud service provider. This is usually done by creating a project or an app on the cloud service provider's website or developer portal, and then generating or requesting the credentials for your app. You can find more information on how to do this for each cloud service in the documentation of TMS VCL Cloud Pack 3.8.6.0 XE2-XE10.2. - How to import or export events from Google Calendar or Windows Live Calendar with TPlannerGCalendarExchange and TPlannerLiveCalendarExchange: If you want to import or export events from Google Calendar or Windows Live Calendar with TPlanner, you can use the TPlannerGCalendarExchange and TPlannerLiveCalendarExchange components respectively. These components allow you to synchronize the events between TPlanner and the cloud calendar services. To use them, you need to: - Add a TPlanner component to your form or data module, and set its properties as desired. - Add a TPlannerGCalendarExchange or TPlannerLiveCalendarExchange component to your form or data module, and set its Planner property to point to the TPlanner component. - Set the App.Key and App.Secret properties of the component with the application key and secret that you obtain from the cloud service provider. For example, if you want to use Google Calendar, go to the Google API Console and create a project and credentials for your application. Then, copy the client ID and client secret and paste them into the App.Key and App.Secret properties of the TPlannerGCalendarExchange component. - Call the Connect method of the component to initiate the authentication process with the cloud service provider. For example, if you want to use Google Calendar, call TPlannerGCalendarExchange1.Connect. This will open a web browser window where you need to enter your Google account credentials and grant permission for your application to access your Google Calendar data. After that, the web browser window will close and the component will be connected to the cloud calendar service. - Use the methods and properties of the component to perform various operations with the cloud calendar service. For example, if you want to use Google Calendar, you can use methods such as GetCalendars, GetEvents, ImportEvents, ExportEvents, etc., and properties such as Calendars, Events, etc., to manipulate your Google Calendar data. - How to use TMS MQTT component for cross-platform messaging: If you want to use the MQTT protocol for cross-platform messaging between devices and applications, you can use the TMS MQTT component. This component allows you to publish and subscribe messages to topics on an MQTT broker server. To use it, you need to: - Add a TMS MQTT component to your form or data module. - Set the Host, Port, Username, and Password properties of the component with the information of your MQTT broker server. You can use a public MQTT broker server such as test.mosquitto.org or broker.hivemq.com, or set up your own MQTT broker server using software such as Mosquitto or HiveMQ. - Call the Connect method of the component to establish a connection with the MQTT broker server. - Use the methods and properties of the component to perform various operations with the MQTT protocol. For example, you can use methods such as Subscribe, Unsubscribe, Publish, etc., and properties such as Topics, Messages, etc., to manipulate your MQTT messages. Conclusion




TMS VCL Cloud Pack 3.8.6.0 XE2-XE10.2 is a powerful and versatile set of components that enable you to integrate your Windows applications with various cloud services such as Google, Microsoft, Apple, Dropbox, Facebook, Twitter, PayPal, YouTube, FourSquare, Box, Pryv, HiDrive, Hubic, Owncloud, PushOver, Twilio, Esendex, BulkSMS, TelAPI, Barcodes4.Me, CloudConvert, myCloudData.net, Exceptionless, Imgur, Cloudinary, Yandex Disk, Computer Vision, Emotion, Bing Speech, and more. With TMS VCL Cloud Pack 3.8.6.0 XE2-XE10.2, you can leverage the power - and functionality of cloud services in your Windows applications without writing complex code or dealing with authentication protocols. - Enhance your applications with features such as cloud data binding, cloud image services, social media integration, payment processing, and more. - Save time and money by using ready-made components that are easy to install, configure, and use. - Stay up


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