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ID: 29469, Create iOS applications that work with Enterprise Architectures

by David Intersimone Email: Anonymous


Many developers are asked to build mobile applications that can integrate with SQL databases and in-place enterprise infrastructures including calling SOAP Web Services. This session will show you how to include your mobile applications in a multi-tier software architecture to connect to SQL databases using DataSnap.
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June 18, 10am - Create iOS applications that work with Enterprise Web Services and Multi-Tier Architectures – Pawel Glowacki, Embarcadero Technologies

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Many developers are asked to build mobile applications that can integrate with SQL databases and in-place enterprise infrastructures including calling SOAP Web Services. This session will show you how to include your mobile applications in a multi-tier software architecture to connect to SQL databases using DataSnap. This session will also show you how to create mobile applications that can call remote methods defined in the WSDL of a SOAP server and how easy it is to use the WSDL import wizard to integrate SOAP interfaces into your mobile client application.

Filename: 2013-06-18-1000-PawelGlowacki-iOSAppsWithDataSnapAndSOAP.mp4
Duration: 53 minutes and 27 seconds
Size: 275mb
Resolution: 1280x1024
Format: MP4
Watch on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CclrHn3dvkA

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