Publish date: January 7, 2015.
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Foreword by Marco Cantý, Embarcadero RAD Studio Product Manager
Table of Contents and Introduction
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Sample Code to Accompany Book
The examples described throughout this book are included in the code
download. You will see notes throughout the text referring to either the project
or folder that contains the project file. The code download is a compressed file
named cdscodeparadox.zip or cdscodeinterbase.zip. The
file contains sample projects that employ the Borland Database Engine (BDE)
and Paradox tables. By comparison, cdscodeinterbase.zip holds code samples
created using FireDAC and an InterBase database.
Refer to this book's Appendix A in the section, Code Samples,
for details on using the code samples and where to place them
(and appropriate directory paths for various versions of Windows).
Refer to this book's Appendix A in the section, Code Samples, for details on using the code samples and where to place them (and appropriate directory paths for various versions of Windows).
See Cary Jensen in person, along with Delphi guru Nick Hodges, at one of the Delphi Developer Days events in 2016.
Delphi Developer Days are two-day live Delphi events that provide you with the latest information on Delphi as well as practical techniques to help you improve your Delphi development skills. Delphi Developer Days includes Cary and Nick presenting both joint in-depth sessions together, as well as in simultaneous tracks, where they break out into separate rooms to present on diverse Delphi topics. All attendees receive the Delphi Developer Days course book, containing several hundred pages of material presented during all sessions.
LiveBindings White Paper and Webinar by Cary Jensen
LiveBindings, first introduced in RAD Studio XE2, is a mechanism for updating the properties of an object based on an expression. LiveBindings represents a significant new mechanism for creating associations between objects, adding capabilities not previously found in RAD Studio.
LiveBindings is available to every type of application supported by RAD Studio XE2, both Delphi and C++ languages, both VCL and FireMonkey component libraries, and every deployment platform, from Windows to Mac OS to iOS.
This white paper is designed to familiarize you with LiveBindings. Here you will learn how to link controls in both VCL (visual component library) and FireMonkey applications using LiveBindings. I also examine the role of the expression engine, which will include a look at expressions and scopes. to link controls in both VCL (visual component library) and FireMonkey applications using LiveBindings. I also examine the role of the expression engine, which will include a look at expressions and scopes.