Download TMS Sparkle v3.19.0.1 Full Source for Delphi XE2-Delphi 11 Alexandria

TMS Sparkle v3.19.0.1 Full Source for Delphi XE2-Delphi 11 Alexandria

TMS Sparkle v3.19.0.1 Full Source for Delphi XE2-Delphi 11 Alexandria
TMS Sparkle v3.19.0.1 Full Source for Delphi XE2-Delphi 11 Alexandria

TMS Sparkle is a Delphi framework for network, Internet programming. It provides classes for both client and server applications/services, allowing for example performing Http requests to servers, or building Http servers that receive and process client requests. It supports several platforms, including Microsoft Windows, macOS, iOS and Android. TMS Sparkle is also the core framework used by several other TMS products such as TMS RemoteDB and TMS XData.

It is the core building block for several other TMS products and technologies, such as TMS RemoteDB and TMS XData. Such products needed to be built from scratch, and rely on a robust framework for which TMS could have 100% control and also responsibility. For such products to work flawlessly, we needed to be sure to build such products in a framework that must be properly tested, and have fast response in performance improvement and bug fixing.

It's a new product that doesn't carry any legacy applications behind it, thus classes and interfaces provide a simple, clean method of use.

It's target to new Delphi versions, and benefits from modern language features such as generics and anonymous methods.

Supports multiple platforms such as Microsoft Windows, macOS, iOS and Android.

Platform Native
In most of it, Sparkle is a thin, abstract layer over native API's from the underlying platform. Existing platforms already provide a lot in terms of native networking and internet programming. TMS Sparkle tries not to reinvent the wheel and use such technologies. This makes it easy for your applications to benefit from new platform versions and upgrades. Any bug fixes and improvements in the platform frameworks will be usually available in Sparkle. It also provides smoother integration with the platform, such as system-wide settings.

Client features:
Http client available in Windows, macOS, iOS and Android
Support for Http Secure (Https)
Transparent handling of chunked and gzip-encoded responses
Server features:
Http server based on http.sys stack (Windows only - minimum Vista and Server 2008)
Support for Http Secure (Https)
Kernel-mode caching and kernel-mode request queuing (less overhead in context switching)
Multiple applications/process can share (respond) the same port (at different addresses)
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) support in kernel-mode
GUI tool for SSL certificate management

New : TTenantMiddleware retrieves a tenant id from several input formats (header, query URL) and set the tenant id in the HTTP context.
New : TJwtMiddleware.OnGetSecretEx event allows providing the JWT secret dynamically based on the JWT token content itself.
New : TJwtMiddleware.OnForbidRequest allows configuring which requests will be rejected or approved based on the existing JWT data.
Fixed : THttpServerContext.Data and Item properties not working in Indy-based servers.
Fixed : Memory leak when performing HTTP request using THttpClient in Android devices (introduced with the end of ARC in Sydney 10.4).
Fixed : Forward middleware was showing up in the form as a non-visual component at design-time.
Fixed : Better error handling when performing HTTP requests using THttpClient on Android. Sometimes Android app was crashing or displaying a blank error message when the request failed.

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