In this Delphi training movie we take a look at how to create forms, yes I know Delphi can do this for you automatically - but sometimes you will want to do it for yourself. Creating forms as they are needed can make your application start faster and take up less resources. We look at a number of ways of creating forms and to see them watch the movie here.
I've seen this question numerous times in the Delphi Newsgroups: How to I make the enter key work like the tab key? Well it's actually fairly simple and in this movie I show you three ways of doing it (and there are probably many more). This movie runs to just over 8 minutes and you can Watch it Here.
In this Delphi tutorial we are going to look at how to take advantage of the OnDrawColumnCell event on the TDBGrid component. In particular we are going to examine how to make every second row a different colour (Sky Blue) and how we can change the appearance of the text depending on the data. This video is just under 10 minutes and you can watch it here
PS. Sky Blue is not compulsory (and perhaps not even recommended)
In this movie we look at pasting images from the clipboard that were generated in Word and The GiMP. We also take our first look at making macros in the Delphi IDE. My voice still hasn't fully recovered from having the flu, but I hope the content of this video makes my voice worth listening to. This movie is almost 11 minutes long and you can watch it here.
In this Delphi programming tutorial we look at using the ScaleBy function to increase and decrease the size of controls and their children. We also examine a method for doing resolution independent forms. This movie is about six and a half minutes long and you can watch it here
Love it (there is bound to be someone) or hate it, the with statement is here to stay - and many would prefer it to stay away. I'm somewhat ambivalent and use it if it suits me on the day. In this movie we'll see an example of using the with statement, and an example of somewhat unexpected consequences. This movie is a bit under 8 minutes long.
In this Delphi training movie we'll be looking at events, in particular what to do with the sender parameter and the basics of using the "as" and "is" operators. To watch this video click here.
This movie is just over 16 minutes long. The audio quality is not so hot in this one (I'll be more careful in future).
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