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DelphiMVCFramework

Published by : Leanpub

Writed by : Daniele Teti

Published date : 15/09/2020

Language : English English

Web site : https://leanpub.com/delphimvcframework

About DelphiMVCFramework

DelphiMVCFramework is a solid and proven framework to build websolutions. If you ever think to build a distributed system, DelphiMVCFramework is one of the best choice you could do.

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Table of content

Foreword What is the Delphi MVC Framework, and why does it matter? Reviewers What users say about DMVCFramework Fetching This Book’s Code Using This Book’s Code Book Release Notes Chapter 1: Getting Started with DelphiMVCFramework What you’ll learn DMVCFramework is “batteries included” Installation of DelphiMVCFramework 3.2.1-carbon Your first RESTful server with DelphiMVCFramework Your first DMVCFramework-style “Hello World” Built-in System Actions What’s Next Chapter 2: Controllers and routing The Router MVCPath attribute Handling Parameters Query-String parameters URL mapped parameters Multiple Paths for a Single Action More about URL Mapped parameters Strongly Typed Actions MVCHTTPMethod attribute MVCProduces attribute MVCConsumes attribute MVCDoc attribute Action Filters What’s Next Chapter 3: Renders What you’ll learn The Rendering Phase Rendering Data Must be Simple! Rendering Objects and List of Objects Customize Objects Serialization Rendering TStream descendants Rendering Nested Objects Serializing TDataset descendants Rendering Dictionaries Rendering images, pdf and other binary contents Rendering Exceptions Rendering Custom Data Structures Support HATEOAS in your APIs Deserialization Deserialize Simple Objects Deserializing List of Object Deserializing Hierarchical Structures The IMVCList Interface Sending Binary Contents Using multipart/form-data Custom Type Serializers Using custom serializer What’s Next Chapter 4: Municipal Library System - The Database What you’ll learn The Municipal Library System The Database What’s Next Chapter 5: Municipal Library System - The APIs What you’ll learn APIs design Overview Design an API for the Books Lending System The actual APIs What’s next Chapter 6: Municipal Library System - Creating APIs using Datasets What you’ll learn The CRUD acronym Implementing the API using datasets What’s Next Chapter 7: Municipal Library System - Creating APIs with MVCActiveRecord What you’ll learn The ActiveRecord Design Pattern ActiveRecord in MVCFramework a.k.a. MVCActiveRecord What’s Next Chapter 8: Municipal Library System - Complete APIs with MVCActiveRecord What you’ll learn WebModule Configuration Establish a Database Connection TAuthorsController TControllerBase Handling pagination in TCustomersController.GetCustomers Terminate a lending Users management with TUsersController What’s Next Chapter 9: Authentication & authorization What you’ll learn Authentication vs Authorization The Authentication/Authorization Subsystem Securing an API HTTP Basic Authentication JSON Web Token Authentication and Authorization Accessing Logged User Information What’s Next Chapter 10: Middlewares What you’ll learn What’s a middleware? The IMVCMiddleware Interface Built-In Middleware CORS Middleware Compression Middleware Analytics Middleware Trace Middleware Static Files Middleware What’s Next Chapter 11: Municipal Library System - Authentication and Authorization What you’ll learn How to choose an authentication schema Defining a roles system Create a Python client What’s Next Chapter 12: JSON-RPC: why, when and how use it What you’ll learn JSON-RPC Overview JSON-RPC 2.0 Requests JSON-RPC 2.0 Notifications Response Error Object JSON-RPC vs REST Publishing PODOs The MVCInheritable Attribute Inspecting the published methods Defining Hooks What’s Next Chapter 13: Tips and Tricks Tip #1: Redirecting users to a different URL only when are using browser Tip #2: Don’t load system controllers Tip #3: Remove X-Powered-By Header Tip #4: Change or remove the Server Header Tip #5: Testing API using Python Tip #6: Storing users password