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Using the FireMonkey TImageList to Manage Image Resources with Delphi
 
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The FireMonkey TImageList makes it easy to manage multi-resolution bitmaps for your multi-device app development.
Delphi resources dropping
 
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Views: 867 WTHR
LiveBinding for VCL Developers
 
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A guide to using LiveBindings in existing VCL applications *Master detail relationships *Creating LiveBindings in Code *LiveBinding DataSets
How to drag & drop files - Delphi 10
 
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Dragging & dropping files (Explorer) to elevated application. Source Code: http://swepc.se/blog/how-to-drag-drop-files-delphi-10 ./Farzad 2018-08-29
Views: 434 Swe PC
Part 1 - Resources to Get Started in Delphi
 
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This video is designed for the "Getting Started with Delphi" series at http://www.rongrove.com/Article/ViewArticle/24/getting-started-with-delphi This is the first part in a video series being developed to get started using Delphi. The series is designed to visually supplement the Delphi help topic "Getting Started" (http://docwiki.embarcadero.com/RADStudio/en/Getting_Started_with_RAD_Studio). This particular screencast covers some common resources designed to help the new Delphi user. This includes two books that used to ship with Delphi, but are still in the help files themselves. They are the "Delphi Language Guide" and the "Developers Guide". There are a few sites that I intended to mention, but didn't think of at the time. They are http://delphi.about.com, Delphi Basics (http://www.delphibasics.co.uk/) and Alister Christie's CodeGearGuru.com (http://codegearguru.com/). They're wonderful sites and if you're new to Delphi I highly encourage you look at them in addition to the resources I mention in the video. When I get a chance I'll probably add them to the video. Once you start looking for resources, though, I'm sure you'll find a lot of good ones The original video was created at 1920x1080 and reduced to 1280x720 for YouTube HD viewing. Return to our "Getting Started with Delphi" series at http://www.rongrove.com/Article/ViewArticle/24/getting-started-with-delphi
Views: 2371 Ron Grove
Using Records with Objects in a DB via Delphi
 
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Using data from a record and placing it in an object so you can use it's methods using Delphi. Part of the Grade 12 CAPS syllabus for Information Technology subject. Other videos in this series Adding Records - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uftBuKj9zS0 Deleting Records - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yts7o_hrYaw Updating Records - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MkQrns_OUUA Brought to you be Study Opportunities http://www.studyopportunities.co.za/
Views: 3317 Mr Long IT & CAT
Delphi Solutions - Part 2 : Implementing a RESTful Interface using WebBroker | packtpub.com
 
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This playlist/video has been uploaded for Marketing purposes and contains only selective videos. For the entire video course and code, visit [http://bit.ly/2qLKu0A]. Learn how to implement a RESTful interface using WebBroker. • Representational state transfer • REST service handles a resource that is stored in a database table • Create a new person in the table people For the latest Application development video tutorials, please visit http://bit.ly/1VACBzh Find us on Facebook -- http://www.facebook.com/Packtvideo Follow us on Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/packtvideo
Views: 1687 Packt Video
Effectively Using Delphi Generics with Ray Konopka
 
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August 5 - Effectively Using Delphi Generics Ray Konopka - Raize Software, http://www.raize.com/ Duration: 39 minutes and23 seconds Developer Skill Sprints Fast programming tips, tricks and techniques that you can use right now You're invited to join the software development experts at Embarcadero each Tuesday and Thursday for Programmer Skill Sprints -- 20-minute online live tutorials on software development for Windows, Mac, Android and iOS. Get more Developer Skill Sprints videos, source code and resources at http://embt.co/SkillSprints. Get a free RAD Studio 30 day license at http://embt.co/RADDownload to try it yourself. Replays of previous Developer Skill Sprints are available on the landing page at https://www.embarcadero.com/landing-pages/skill-sprints
Skill Sprint: Delphi Regular Expressions and TRegEx - Al Mannarino
 
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Delphi Developer Skill Sprint - Regular Expressions and TRegEx Al Mannarino - Embarcadero Technologies Tuesday, December 8, 2015 http://community.embarcadero.com/blogs/entry/skill-sprint-regular-expressions-and-tregex RAD Studio Learning Resources DocWiki: http://docwiki.embarcadero.com/RADStudio/Seattle/en/Regular_Expressions http://docwiki.embarcadero.com/Libraries/Seattle/en/System.RegularExpressions.TRegEx http://docwiki.embarcadero.com/Libraries/Seattle/en/System.RegularExpressionsCore RAD Studio Regular Expressions Classes and Info Site http://www.regular-expressions.info/delphi.html PCRE - Perl Compatible Regular Expressions http://www.pcre.org/ Perl 5 Regular Expression Syntax http://perldoc.perl.org/perlre.html RTL RegEx Samples (Delphi and C++ Builder) on SourceForge Delphi VCL - http://sourceforge.net/p/radstudiodemos/code/HEAD/tree/branches/RADStudio_Seattle/Object%20Pascal/RTL/RegExpression/vcl/ FMX - http://sourceforge.net/p/radstudiodemos/code/HEAD/tree/branches/RADStudio_Seattle/Object%20Pascal/RTL/RegExpression/fmx/ C++ Builder VCL -http://sourceforge.net/p/radstudiodemos/code/HEAD/tree/branches/RADStudio_Seattle/CPP/RTL/RegExpression/vcl/ FMX -http://sourceforge.net/p/radstudiodemos/code/HEAD/tree/branches/RADStudio_Seattle/CPP/RTL/RegExpression/fmx/ C++ Builder 10 Seattle RTL TRegEx Samples (VCL and FMX) on Code Central: http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/30455 Additional Delphi and C++ Builder Samples and Learning Resources TRegExReplace (Delphi): http://docwiki.embarcadero.com/CodeExamples/Seattle/en/TRegExReplace_(Delphi) TMatchCollectionCount (Delphi): http://docwiki.embarcadero.com/CodeExamples/Seattle/en/TMatchCollectionCount_(Delphi) TRegExReplace (C++): http://docwiki.embarcadero.com/CodeExamples/Seattle/en/TRegExReplace_(C%2B%2B) TMatchCollectionCount (C++): http://docwiki.embarcadero.com/CodeExamples/Seattle/en/TMatchCollectionCount_(C%2B%2B) System.RegularExpressions.TMatchEvaluator is used in TRegExReplace (C++) TRegExReplace (Delphi) System.RegularExpressions.TRegEx.Create is used in TRegExReplace (C++) TRegExReplace (Delphi) System.RegularExpressions.TRegEx.IsMatch is used in RTL.RegExpressionFMX Sample RTL.RegExpressionVCL Sample System.RegularExpressions.TRegEx.Matches is used in TMatchCollectionCount (C++) TMatchCollectionCount (Delphi) System.RegularExpressions.TRegEx.Replace is used in TRegExReplace (C++) TRegExReplace (Delphi)
Tutorial: ImageList with Glyph (Delphi DX10.2.3 Tokyo) on Windows
 
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DISCLAIMER: This video is boring to the average YouTube viewer. Quick build a bobble head. Divide the master image into small parts. Position the rectangle and let it wiggle. We create a new component. And use it at development time. #FireMonkey #Delphi Curso delphi fundamental para iniciantes usando a versão FireMonkey do delphi.
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Powerful Database Access with FireDAC and InterBase
 
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Get more Developer Skill Sprints videos, source code and resources at http://embt.co/SkillSprints. Get a free RAD Studio 30 day license at http://embt.co/RADDownload to try it yourself. December 2, 2014 - Powerful Database Access with FireDAC and InterBase QA Brian Alexakis - Embarcadero Duration: 31 minutes and 21 seconds You're invited to join the software development experts at Embarcadero each Tuesday for Programmer Skill Sprints -- 20-minute online live tutorials on software development for Windows, Mac, Android and iOS. Replays of previous Developer Skill Sprints are available on the landing page at https://www.embarcadero.com/landing-pages/skill-sprints
Delphi Programming Tutorial - Unit 6.2: Exploring Buttons (TButton Class)
 
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Delphi Programming Tutorial - Unit 6.2: Exploring Buttons (TButton Class: This is the second of many tutorials where we explore the Delphi components that we use to create Graphical User Interfaces. We will learn about Buttons (the TButton class) in this video. We also learn about the different styles of Buttons and explore some of their properties. For more Delphi video tutorials visit www.learndelphi.net You can also visit the following resources for more information: https://cc.embarcadero.com www.lazarus-ide.org/ https://www.planet-source-code.com www.delphi.about.com www.embarcadero.com www.edn.embarcadero.com http://techteachers.co.za/ http://www.studyopportunities.co.za/ https://www.facebook.com/DelphiSchools http://delphibasics.co.uk/ http://stackoverflow.com/
Views: 4341 LearnDelphi
C++ Builder - Using Delphi source code
 
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How to use Delphi source code in C++ Builder? Check it out. www.vclexamples.com
Views: 5815 VCL Examples
An Overview of OAuth2 using the REST Client Components
 
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An Overview of OAuth2 using the REST Client Components Brian Alexakis - Embarcadero Technologies Developer Skill Sprints February 24, 2015 It's the new year and time for more Developer Skill Sprints! Join us for this 10-part series exploring some of the newest features of RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder XE7. We'll show you how to use the new revolutionary FireUI multi-device designer, utilize multi-core CPUs with the all new Parallel Programming Library, explore InterBase XE7 change views, and much more! You can find the full Developer Skill Sprints YouTube playlist at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwUPJvR9mZHhZTajVWsgaFPLtDA-t1Xwc
How to : Embedding files as resources in a delphi executable
 
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Embedding files as resources in a delphi executable You can learn how to create your own software for any situation with the excellent Software Requirements Unleashed .  If you need to know how to embed icons, cursors, animated cursors, bitmaps, jpeg images, wave files, text files and any other file inside a Delphi executable, just keep reading! Embedding files as resources in a Delphi executable It is possible to embed any kind of file in an executable using resource files (*.RES). Certain kinds of resources are recognized by the API and can be used directly. Others are simply taken as binary data and its up to you to use them. In this article we will see examples of both kinds. To create the resource file we start with the source file (*.RC), for example named RESOURCES.RC, which is a simple text file that contains the resource entries (name, class and file): sample_bmp BITMAP sample.bmp   sample_ico ICON sample.ico   sample_cur CURSOR sample.cur   sample_ani ANICURSOR sample.ani   sample_jpg JPEG sample.jpg   sample_wav WAVE sample.wav   sample_txt TEXT sample.txt The names of the resources (sample_bmp, sample_ico, etc.) are arbitrary. The kind of resource may be one recognized by the APIs (BITMAP, ICON, CURSOR) or arbitrary (JPEG, WAVE, TEXT). The file names specify the files that will be included in the .RES file (and later in the .EXE). Now we have to compile the .RC file to produce the .RES file. For that we can use the Borland Resource Compiler (brcc32.exe) that you can probably find in Delphi's BIN folder. It's a simple command-line utility that expects the name of the source file as parameter: C:\DELPHI\P0025 > brcc32 resources   Borland Resource Compiler Version 5.40   Copyright (c) 1990, 1999 Inprise Corporation. All rights reserved.   C:\DELPHI\P0025 > _ To instruct the linker to embed the resource file in the executable, we use the resource file directive ($R or $RESOURCE) in our Pascal ource code: {$R resources.res} Loading the resources in your application is easy for the "recongnized" resources like BITMAP, ICON and CURSOR since the Windows API provides functions (LoadBitmap, LoadIcon and LoadCursor respectively) to get handles for these elements, that for example we can assign to the Handle property of the corresponding object: Image1.Picture.Bitmap.Handle :=       LoadBitmap(hInstance, 'sample_bmp');     Icon.Handle := LoadIcon(hInstance, 'sample_ico');     Screen.Cursors[1] := LoadCursor(hInstance, 'sample_cur'); For more alternatives when loading image resources, see the API LoadImage. Other resources are little bit more difficult to manage. Let's start with JPEG images. The following function uses TResourceStream to load the resource as a stream that will be loaded into a TJPEGImage object: function GetResourceAsJpeg(const resname: string): TJPEGImage;   var     Stream: TResourceStream;   begin     Stream := TResourceStream.Create(hInstance, ResName, 'JPEG');     try       Result := TJPEGImage.Create;       Result.LoadFromStream(Stream);     finally       Stream.Free;     end;   end; Example: var     Jpg: TJPEGImage;   begin     // ...     Jpg := GetResourceAsJpeg('sample_jpg');     Image2.Picture.Bitmap.Assign(Jpg);     Jpg.Free;     // ...   end; For WAV files we need a pointer to the resource loaded in memory, and for a text file we need to load a resource in a string. We can do it using TResourceStream, but let's see an example using the API: function GetResourceAsPointer(ResName: pchar; ResType: pchar;                                 out Size: longword): pointer;   var     InfoBlock: HRSRC;     GlobalMemoryBlock: HGLOBAL;   begin     InfoBlock := FindResource(hInstance, resname, restype);     if InfoBlock = 0 then       raise Exception.Create(SysErrorMessage(GetLastError));     size := SizeofResource(hInstance, InfoBlock);     if size = 0 then       raise Exception.Create(SysErrorMessage(GetLastError));     GlobalMemoryBlock := LoadResource(hInstance, InfoBlock);     if GlobalMemoryBlock = 0 then       raise Exception.Create(SysErrorMessage(GetLastError));     Result := LockResource(GlobalMemoryBlock);     if Result = nil then       raise Exception.Create(SysErrorMessage(GetLastError));   end;   function GetResourceAsString(ResName: pchar; ResType: pchar): string;   var     ResData: PChar;     ResSize: Longword;   begin     ResData := GetResourceAsPointer(resname, restype, ResSize);     SetString(Result, ResData, ResSize);   end; Sample calls: var     sample_wav: pointer;   procedure TForm1.FormCreate(Sender: TObject);   var     size: longword;   begin     .....
Using FireMonkey SaveState in Delphi
 
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Using the SaveState to persist the state of your app between sessions. Works on iOS, macOS, Android and Windows.
Using the FireMonkey TImageList to Manage Image Resources with C++Builder
 
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The FireMonkey TImageList makes it easy to manage multi-resolution bitmaps for your multi-device app development.
REST Servers in Delphi XE Part I - Building a REST Server
 
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http://bit.ly/hMWi5P, Learn about REST technology, and see how to use the DataSnap wizard in Delphi to build a REST web application using JavaScript on the client side calling into a Delphi REST server. This video is presented by Delphi expert Marco Cantù.
Picture Viewer Delphi tutorial Delphi tutorial
 
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In this lesson I will show you how to make simple Picture viewer. You have to add jpeg and gifimage in uses section. ----------------------------------------------------------------- https://tutorialsxblog.wordpress.com
Embarcadero - Using DataSnap for multi tier connectivity, access new technical resources
 
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While other RAD tools limit you to a specific database or architecture, or rely on "universal" data connectivity options, Delphi's openness provides the flexibility and performance you need to build superior real-world applications. DataSnap with JSON, REST, HTTP, TCP/IP and XML support provides client/server and multi-tier connectivity with virtually any other system. Join Embarcadero's Mike Rozlog for this deep dive technical webinar that will take you from the start with building DataSnap servers on Windows and DataSnap clients using Delphi, C++Builder, Delphi Prism and Delphi for PHP. The webinar will also show you how to build data filters, synchronous callbacks, custom server methods, authentication and Web targets. Delphi 2010 DataSnap: Your data -- where you want it, how you want it! Get a hands-on approach to the power and flexibility of DataSnap in RAD Studio 2010. From getting your first server and client apps going through to working with .NET as well as using Internet protocols and callbacks, Bob leads you in easy steps to get fast and powerful results. 2010 03 04
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Delphi Programming Tutorial - Unit 6.10: Exploring RichEdits (TRichEdit Class)
 
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Delphi Programming Tutorial - Unit 6.10: Exploring RichEdits (TRichEdit Class): We will learn about RichEdits (the TRichEdit class) in this video. We use a TRichEdit object to place a standard Windows rich text edit control on a Form. Rich text edit controls let the user enter, edit, format, print, and save text that includes variation in font and paragraph formatting. TRichEdit has properties and methods to enter and work with rich text. TRichEdit does not provide any user interface components to make these formatting options available to the user. Programmers must implement the user interface components in their applications to surface the rich text capabilities of a TRichEdit object. To make this easier, a number of pre-defined standard actions operate on a rich edit control to perform common formatting tasks. Rich Edit provides a simple Print method allowing you to programmatically print the (formatted) contents of the rich edit to the active printer - with a single line of code. In this tutorial, we complete the Graphical User Interface for the Contact Information project that we worked on in previous tutorials. We add a TRichEdit on our Form and set some of its properties in the Object Inspector. We explore the various options of the TRichEdit's ScrollBars property. After we completed the tutorial the following values must be set for the properties of our TRichEdit: - Lines - [Empty] : Remove all the lines; - ReadOnly - True: User is not allowed to enter or edit values; - Height - 200 - Left - 30 - Top - 290 - Width - 475 This Delphi programming tutorial is best viewed in HD. To change your settings to HD: 1. Click on the Gear-icon (Settings) at the bottom of the YouTube Video Player. 2. Select "720p HD" and wait a few moments for the setting to take effect. Enjoy! For more Delphi video tutorials also join us at https://www.learndelphi.net. You may also want to visit the following resources for more information: https://cc.embarcadero.com https://www.lazarus-ide.org https://www.planet-source-code.com https://www.delphi.about.com https://www.embarcadero.com https://www.edn.embarcadero.com http://techteachers.co.za http://www.studyopportunities.co.za https://www.facebook.com/DelphiSchools http://www.lazarus-ide.org/ http://www.delphibasics.co.uk http://docs.embarcadero.com/products/rad_studio/delphiAndcpp2009/HelpUpdate2/EN/html/delphivclwin32/ComCtrls_TRichEdit.html http://stackoverflow.com/
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Delphi Programming Tutorial # 86 - Delphi Resources
 
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http://LearnDelphi.tv In this video we have a look at the resources out there if you get stuck on a Delphi problem, or want to up-skill a bit.
Views: 2512 Alister Christie
Delphi Programming Tutorial - Unit 5.2: Working with Multiple Forms In a Delphi Project
 
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Delphi Programming Tutorial - Unit 5.2: Working with Multiple Forms In a Delphi Project: In this tutorial we continue with the application that we started in the previous tutorial. You learn how to add another Form to your project and how to write code for a button to display an instance of the new Form. For more Delphi Video Tutorials visit www.learndelphi.net You can also visit the following resources for more information: https://cc.embarcadero.com www.lazarus-ide.org/ https://www.planet-source-code.com www.delphi.about.com www.embarcadero.com www.edn.embarcadero.com http://techteachers.co.za/ http://www.studyopportunities.co.za/ https://www.facebook.com/DelphiSchools http://delphibasics.co.uk/ http://stackoverflow.com/
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create animation with delphi xe: Using Ttimer, Timage
 
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create animation: dragon flapping wings
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Tutorial: Basics of TListBox with FireMonkey (Delphi DX10.2.3 Tokyo)
 
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DISCLAIMER: This video is boring to the average YouTube viewer. Select, edit, delete and create new entries in the ListBox using a frame. Auswählen, Bearbeiten, Löschen und das erstellen neuer Einträge in der ListBox mit Hilfe eines Frames. TListBox, TabItem, TabControl, SetActivateTabWithTransition, ItemClick #FireMonkey #Delphi Curso delphi fundamental para iniciantes usando a versão FireMonkey do delphi.
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Delphi Programming Tutorial - Unit 6.8: Exploring Images (TImage Class)
 
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Delphi Programming Tutorial - Unit 6.8: Exploring Images (TImage Class): This is the eight of many tutorials where we explore the Delphi components we use to create Graphical User Interfaces. We will learn about Images (the TImage class) in this video. For more Delphi video tutorials visit www.learndelphi.net. You can also visit the following resources for more information: https://cc.embarcadero.com www.lazarus-ide.org/ https://www.planet-source-code.com www.delphi.about.com www.embarcadero.com www.edn.embarcadero.com http://techteachers.co.za/ http://www.studyopportunities.co.za/ https://www.facebook.com/DelphiSchools http://delphibasics.co.uk/ http://stackoverflow.com/
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Delphi: Taking and Sharing Pictures and Text (iOS and Android)
 
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The media actions make it easy to access the camera roll, take pictures, and share via social media using Delphi.
Using Delphi containers like TList from C++ with David Millington - CodeRageXI
 
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More information: http://embt.co/CodeRageXI Learn to use Delphi containers like the generic TList from within your C++ applications. David Millington, C++Builder Product Manager, Embarcadero Technologies Get RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin Update 2 http://embt.co/BerlinUpdate2
Delphi and C++Builder on Raspberry Pi and SBC
 
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http://embt.co/DelphiSBC The Raspberry Pi is an example of a single board computer. These low cost hobby or project computers are a prime staple of the Internet of Things. More powerful than an Arduino, but not a full desktop. They often have limited or specialized hardware, but their small size and low cost make them ideal for embedded application development.  Delphi supports both ARM and Intel processors with a variety of operating systems. This webinar will explore the combinations of hardware and operating system that make good Delphi target platforms. Then we will look at some examples and provide some resources to get you started.
Tutorial: Using the BitmapLinks Editor with FireMonkey (Delphi DX 10.2.1 Tokyo) on Win
 
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DISCLAIMER: This video is boring to the average YouTube viewer. Build a style button yourself. We also show why ButtonStyle applies to all buttons and what happens when the name is changed. http://docwiki.embarcadero.com/RADStudio/Tokyo/en/Tutorial:_Using_the_BitmapLinks_Editor
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Delphi Skill Sprint - Using the FireMonkey TImageList - Jim McKeeth
 
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More information: http://embt.co/sprint-timagelist
Delphi Programming Course (FMX): 11.1 - Loading and Saving bitmap images with code
 
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In this video, we learn how to load and save bitmap images using code and the built-in functions on the TImage component. Delphi Starter Edition: https://www.embarcadero.com/products/delphi/starter/promotional-download Lazarus IDE: http://www.lazarus-ide.org/ (for those interested) Buy Delphi: https://www.embarcadero.com/products/delphi Source Code for these videos (GitHub): https://github.com/shaunroselt/Delphi-Programming-For-Absolute-Beginners-in-FireMonkey-FMX- Delphi Programming For Absolute Beginners (VCL) Series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfrySFqYRf2dKxG1Xd1sJaEMtoVTeL5dw Delphi Programming For Absolute Beginners (FMX) Course: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfrySFqYRf2f8Tzyd8znGe1ldk72vJZ73 Delphi Programming Helper (website): http://programminghelper.co.za/ Delphi Programming Helper (Windows 10 Store Desktop App): https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/p/delphi-programming-helper/9mtrd2ptbvcplist=PLfrySFqYRf2f8Tzyd8znGe1ldk72vJZ73 Roselt Color Picker (Windows 10 Store Desktop App): https://www.microsoft.com/en-za/store/p/roselt-color-picker/9nq8c70flp0r Whether you’re just a beginner or whether you are expanding your skill set in Delphi programming and Delphi coding, you now have access to many hours of easy-to-understand, concise video tutorials and hands-on exercises to learn Delphi programming. These tutorials are designed for beginners, but anybody interested in pursuing a programming career can benefit from my course. Learners find my online video courses fun to watch and easy to understand. The popularity of my Delphi programming e-learning courses is literally growing by the day. People from all around the world are studying Delphi programming through these videos. This particular course is based on the FireMonkey (FMX) Framework. FireMonkey is a framework that allows you to make cross-platform apps and games that can run on Windows, iOS, MacOS, Android, IoT and more under one codebase. In this course, I try to use the latest version of Delphi. =================================================== Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/RoseltDelphiDev =================================================== Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shaunroselt0 Twitter: https://twitter.com/ShaunRoselt LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shaunroselt Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shaun.roselt/ Website: http://www.shaunroselt.com/ Email: [email protected] =================================================== YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/ShaunRoselt?sub_confirmation=1 ===================================================
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Delphi Programming Tutorial - Unit 2.1: Types Of Programs
 
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Delphi Programming Tutorial - Unit 2.1: Types Of Programs: In this video you learn about the different types of programs a programmer can develop using a programming language like Delphi. You can also visit the following resources for more information: https://cc.embarcadero.com www.lazarus-ide.org/ https://www.planet-source-code.com www.delphi.about.com www.embarcadero.com www.edn.embarcadero.com http://techteachers.co.za/ http://www.studyopportunities.co.za/ https://www.facebook.com/DelphiSchools http://delphibasics.co.uk/ http://stackoverflow.com/
Views: 12483 LearnDelphi
Rad Studio Delphi 002 Button 007 Images Icon
 
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AR : ايقونة في الزر FR : Icone dans une bouton EN : icon in button
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Delphi for Wine under Linux (Ubuntu)
 
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Tiny demo of Borland Delphi IDE on Ubuntu 14.04 running under Wine and making a wine-aware native win application that can find out that it is being run under Wine and access resources outside of the Wine isolation and from the host system via shell calls. This is a video made as a part of my blog post at: https://kriscode.blogspot.tw/2016/10/there-was-time-when-borland-approached.html
Views: 2290 Kris Kamil Jacewicz
Delphi Programming Tutorial - Unit 5.1: Exploring a Delphi Form
 
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Delphi Programming Tutorial - Unit 5.1: Exploring a Delphi Form: In this tutorial you learn about Delphi Forms in a Delphi VCL Forms Application. We explore a few properties for Forms, namely Name, Caption, Color, Width, Height, and Position. We also learn how to make a distiction between Forms and Units. For more Delphi Video Tutorials visit www.learndelphi.net You can also visit the following resources for more information: https://cc.embarcadero.com www.lazarus-ide.org/ https://www.planet-source-code.com www.delphi.about.com www.embarcadero.com www.edn.embarcadero.com http://techteachers.co.za/ http://www.studyopportunities.co.za/ https://www.facebook.com/DelphiSchools http://delphibasics.co.uk/ http://stackoverflow.com/
Views: 5241 LearnDelphi
Delphi Programming Tutorial - Unit 9.1 – Identify and Fix Code Errors in Delphi
 
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Delphi Programming Tutorial - Unit 9.1 – Identify and Fix Code Errors in Delphi: Delphi is a strictly defined programming language with rules just like the grammar rules in any spoken language, such as English, isiZulu or Afrikaans. These rules enforce the structure, spelling, interpretation, and logic of a program’s code. Whenever a coding rule is violated, Delphi’s compiler, which is the code “translator”, will not be able to interpret the code and one or more errors may be reported. It is important for programmers to run and test their code on a regular basis. Errors must then be fixed before deploying the end result. It is also possible that one mistake is the cause of many errors and then there is also the dreaded cases where fixing one error may ripple through the rest of your code and “spawn” additional errors. Error messages in Delphi may be very vague and technical at first, but in this video we learn how to interpret those error messages, how to pinpoint the lines of code that caused the errors, and how to fix them. You also learn how you can avoid many errors before they happen when you follow the correct conventions and techniques that you've learned so far in this course. PS. Please, help us to keep these Delphi tutorials FREE. Keep our sponsors happy and give this video a THUMBS UP. Also SHARE these Delphi tutorials with your friends and tell them to also SUBSCRIBE. Participate in discussions, ask questions and tell us about your experience in the COMMENTS section of a Delphi tutorial. This tutorial (Delphi Programming Tutorial - Unit 9.1 – Identify and Fix Code Errors in Delphi) is best viewed in HD. To change your settings to HD: 1. Click on the gear-icon (Settings) at the bottom of the YouTube Video Player. 2. Select "720p HD" and wait a few moments for the setting to take effect. Enjoy! For more Delphi video tutorials also join us at https://www.learndelphi.net. You may also want to visit the following resources for more information: https://cc.embarcadero.com https://www.lazarus-ide.org https://www.planet-source-code.com https://www.delphi.about.com https://www.embarcadero.com https://www.edn.embarcadero.com http://techteachers.co.za http://www.studyopportunities.co.za https://www.facebook.com/LearnDelphiProgramming http://www.lazarus-ide.org/ http://www.delphibasics.co.uk http://www.stackoverflow.com
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Creating a DataSnap REST Application on Linux with Delphi
 
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A quick demonstration of building and deploying a DataSnap REST standalone server on Linux with Delphi (Object Pascal).
Delphi Programming Tutorial - Unit 3.4: The Delphi 2010 Integrated Development Environment
 
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Delphi Programming Tutorial - Unit 3.4: The Delphi 2010 Integrated Development Environment: In this tutorial, we explore the Integrated Development Environment (IDE) of Delphi 2010. This tutorial is for all learners using Delphi 7, Lazarus, and Delphi 2010. Here you will learn more about the different features of Delphi 2010 i.e. the Tool Palette, the Structure Panel , the Object Inspector, the Project Manager, and many more. For more Delphi video tutorials visit www.learndelphi.net You can also visit the following resources for more information: https://cc.embarcadero.com www.lazarus-ide.org/ https://www.planet-source-code.com www.delphi.about.com www.embarcadero.com www.edn.embarcadero.com http://techteachers.co.za/ http://www.studyopportunities.co.za/ https://www.facebook.com/DelphiSchools http://delphibasics.co.uk/ http://stackoverflow.com/
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Delphi -  Image & opendialog component
 
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Delphi - Image & opendialog component
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Delphi Programming Tutorial - Unit 8.5 - Code Shortcuts and Assistance In Delphi
 
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Delphi Tutorial - Unit 8.5 - Code Shortcuts and Assistance In Delphi: In the previous few tutorials, we learned how to write code for the events of a Delphi object. In this tutorial, we learn how to use some of Delphi’s design time features to help us while writing code in the Code Editor. You will see how Delphi helps you to remember the names of your objects and how all the properties and methods belonging to those objects are presented to you while typing your code. We also learn how use short-cuts and keyboard keys to auto complete the code for us. This will help us to type much faster and it also makes our code less error prone and free from spelling mistakes. This is made possible by forcing us to only use strictly defined names. We replace the current statement in the Display button’s event handler with three new statements to learn and practise the lessons in this tutorial. While typing this code the video is paused to explain the different features available for auto-completion. You learn that programmers may sometimes work on other parts of a project for long periods of time, and when it is time to write code for some objects, they tend to forget the names assigned to those objects. To overcome this problem, you are shown how to use keyboard keys (Control + Space) in conjunction with your naming convention (prefixes) to obtain a list of objects starting with the prefix you typed. The information provided by these lists provide programmers with a vast amount of information, such as names, data types, required parameters, etc. After programming the new statements in our event handler for the click event of the Display button must be as follows: procedure TfrmContact.btnDisplayClick(Sender: TObject); begin redOutput.Color := clYellow; frmContact.Caption := 'Displaying Contact Information'; redOutput.Lines.Add('Displaying Contact Information'); end; This code changes the colour of our TRichEdit (named redOutput) to yellow, sets the Caption of our Form (named frmContact) to the phrase “Displaying Contact Information”, and adds a new line to the TRichEdit’s (named redOutput) Lines collection. PS. Please, help us to keep these Delphi tutorials FREE. Keep our sponsors happy and click the LIKE button. Also SHARE these Delphi tutorials with your friends and encourage them to also SUBSCRIBE. Participate in discussions, ask questions and tell us about your experience in the COMMENTS section of a Delphi tutorial. This tutorial (Delphi Programming Tutorial - Unit 8.5 - Code Shortcuts and Assistance In Delphi) is best viewed in HD. To change your settings to HD: 1. Click on the gear-icon (Settings) at the bottom of the YouTube Video Player. 2. Select "720p HD" and wait a few moments for the setting to take effect. Enjoy! For more Delphi video tutorials also join us at https://www.learndelphi.net. You may also want to visit the following resources for more information: https://cc.embarcadero.com https://www.lazarus-ide.org https://www.planet-source-code.com https://www.delphi.about.com https://www.embarcadero.com https://www.edn.embarcadero.com http://techteachers.co.za http://www.studyopportunities.co.za https://www.facebook.com/DelphiSchools http://www.lazarus-ide.org/ http://www.delphibasics.co.uk http://stackoverflow.com/
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Delphi FMX Dynamic Create Component
 
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Dynamic create component, create listitem, image, label, layout, custom image listbox listitem
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TMS Component Pack 8.3.4.0 for Delphi 10.1 Berlin
 
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TMS Component Pack 8.3.4.0 for Delphi 10.1 Berlin
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T2Ti ERP 2.0 - Delphi - NFC-e Mobile
 
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T2Ti ERP 2.0 - Delphi - NFC-e Mobile
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Delphi Labs: DataSnap XE - REST Web Application
 
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Welcome to Delphi Labs! Today we are using "Delphi REST Application" wizard to generate a complete project consisting of a web application running in the stand-alone VCL Forms web server application and a pure JavaScript client embedded in the html markup. We are reviewing different parts of the application and exploring the functionality of "on-the-fly" client proxy generation, so the client JavaScript code is always in sync with the DataSnap server methods. The source code for this episode is available at http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/28245 and the whitepaper at http://edn.embarcadero.com/delphi. All DelphiLabs DataSnap XE tutorials can be found at http://www.embarcadero.com/rad-in-action/delphi-labs
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Delphi Programming Tutorial - Unit 6.5: Exploring Edits (TEdit Class)
 
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Delphi Programming Tutorial - Unit 6.5: Exploring Edits (TEdit Class): This is the fifth of many tutorials where we explore the Delphi components that we use to create Graphical User Interfaces. We will learn about Edits (the TEdit class) in this video. For more Delphi video tutorials join us at www.learndelphi.net. You can also visit the following resources for more information: https://cc.embarcadero.com www.lazarus-ide.org/ https://www.planet-source-code.com www.delphi.about.com www.embarcadero.com www.edn.embarcadero.com http://techteachers.co.za/ http://www.studyopportunities.co.za/ https://www.facebook.com/DelphiSchools http://delphibasics.co.uk/ http://stackoverflow.com/
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Delphi Programming Tutorial - Lesson 11: Creating a Graphical User Interface
 
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Delphi Programming Tutorial - Lesson 11: Creating a Graphical User Interface: Learn how to plan and design a user-friendly Graphical User Interface (GUI) in Delphi. Best viewed in HD. To change your settings to HD: 1. Click on the Gear-icon (Settings) at the bottom of the YouTube Video Player. 2. Select "720p HD" and wait a few moments for the setting to take effect. Enjoy! You can also visit the following resources for more information: https://cc.embarcadero.com www.lazarus-ide.org/ https://www.planet-source-code.com www.delphi.about.com www.embarcadero.com www.edn.embarcadero.com http://techteachers.co.za/ http://www.studyopportunities.co.za/ https://www.facebook.com/DelphiSchools http://stackoverflow.com/
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Custom TListBoxItem footer when using LiveBindings with TListBox in FireMonkey
 
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When paging data to a local dataset you may want to offer in list the option to load more data. This simple example shows how you can add your own specific ListBoxItem to a list that is managed by LiveBindings. Although this is a Delphi Programming example, the technique used is also relevant to C++ developers working on Windows and Mac applications from the same code base with FireMonkey.
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2017 Fall Training Series  - #1 -  Being a Good FRC Citizen
 
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Discussion about using community resources, Chief Delphi, being an FRC fan, and more! Intro My Background: 1min 43seconds Part 1 - Keeping Up With Current Events: 3min 32seconds - 6min 25seconds Audio Issues - Talked about FIRST Email Blasts and VA FIRST Email Blasts Part 1 - Keeping Up With Current Events: 9min 31seconds - 13min 30seconds Part 2 - Community Discussion: 13min 33seconds - 17min 30seconds Part 3 - Being an FRC Fan: 17min 56 seconds - 24min 33seconds Part 4 - Accessing Community Resources: 24min 35seconds - 31min 20seconds
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Beacons and Delphi in Amsterdam (C++) with Paweł Głowacki - CodeRage XI
 
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More information: http://embt.co/CodeRageXI Learn how to build mobile apps with Delphi and C++Builder that are using Beacons for accurate location information. Practical examples of using Delphi with Amsterdam Open Beacon Network and Amsterdam Open Data integration. Paweł Głowacki is Embarcadero Sales Consultant, Embarcadero's European Technical Lead for Delphi, RAD Studio and All-Access technologies. Previously, Paweł spent over 7 years working as a senior consultant and trainer for Delphi within Borland Education Services and CodeGear. As well as working with Embarcadero customers across the region, he also represents Embarcadero internationally as a conference and seminar speaker. For more information check out Paweł's technical blog at community.embarcadero.com Get RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin Update 2 http://embt.co/BerlinUpdate2

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