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The duration of a CodeRage Conference presentation is generally 45 minutes. Each replay includes video and audio.

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Delphi Compiler RTTI Enhancements

Barry Kelly – Embarcadero
CodeRage 4, 08-Sep-2009
Relevant to: Delphi

Barry Kelly shows off the new type information, including type rooting, how to get information about fields, methods, properties and parameters. He also shows how to declare and use custom attributes, and provides an overview of the new TValue type. Furthermore he shows how to invoke methods, get and set fields and properties as well as demo an RTTI browser and a basic RTTI-driven scripting tool.

Hands-On: Gestures in the VCL

Seppy Bloom – Embarcadero
CodeRage 4, 08-Sep-2009
Relevant to: Delphi, C++Builder

Seppy takes us down from 30,000 feet to deep underneath the surface of the gesturing engine and shows us how to leverage actions, event handlers and more in order to support our own custom gestures.

Customizing the Object Inspector

Seppy Bloom – Embarcadero
CodeRage 4, 08-Sep-2009
Relevant to: Delphi, C++Builder

Seppy shows us some of the lessons learned from implementing gesturing support in the object inspector. He shows us how to use, abuse and push the limits of the good old object inspector by using custom painting, custom drop down lists and property filters.

Creating Custom WPF Controls in Delphi Prism

Ray Konopka – Raize Software
CodeRage 4, 09-Sep-2009
Relevant to: All-Access, JBuilder

One of the benefits of WPF is that it is flexible enough to handle many situations that would typically require creating a custom control in another user interface framework. However, there are still times when creating a custom control is appropriate and this session covers what you need to know to get started. Topics include user controls vs. custom controls, base class selection, dependency properties, routed events, templates, and much more.

Creating Custom VCL Component Designers

Ray Konopka – Raize Software
CodeRage 4, 09-Sep-2009
Relevant to: Delphi Prism

This session focuses on enhancing the design-time interface of a component by creating custom design editors. Specifically, learn the details of creating custom property editors, component editors, and other design-time elements. In addition, through several examples, see how these building blocks can be used to dramatically enhance the usability of a component.

Delphi Programming Tips and Solutions for Everyday Use

Girish Patil – Gnostice Information Technologies
CodeRage 4, 10-Sep-2009
Relevant to: Delphi, InterBase SMP

How do I get mouse wheel messages to the control under the mouse cursor without having to focus the control? Is there no way to position a set of edit boxes 4 pixels apart in a snap, when designing forms? How do I set a custom mouse cursor icon for my control or form, at design time? If these Delphi programming questions sound familiar and you wish to find answers to them, join me as we attempt to dig deeper into the VCL and Delphi to find out how some things work and how to tame them for our use. If these questions do occur to us, we certainly will have use for their solutions in every Windows application we develop.

PARTNER SOLUTION: Integrating Delphi with Flex/Flash/AIR using kbmMW

Kim Madsen – Components4Developers
CodeRage 4, 10-Sep-2009

This session demonstrates how to access databases and custom services from an Adobe Flex/Flash/AIR-based application by utilizing a Delphi-based kbmMW application server. See remote ActionScript 3 based datasets, transfer of ActionScript 3 objects, and more.

VENDOR SHOWCASE: Rubicon Full Text Search

Ann Lynnworth – HREF Tools Corp.
CodeRage 5, 06-Oct-2010

Thinking of adding high-speed search functionality to your custom database application? Find out how using Rubicon can save you development time while providing faster, smarter answers to your end users.

Introduction to LiveBindings

Jim Tierney – Embarcadero
CodeRage 6, 17-Oct-2011


This session introduces LiveBindings. LiveBindings are the new data binding system for VCL and FireMonkey. This session introduces key concepts including the binding engine, scopes, converters, methods, binding components, and custom components.

LiveBindings: Practical Examples

Jim Tierney – Embarcadero
CodeRage 6, 17-Oct-2011


This session demonstrates how to use LiveBindings in practice. Examples include populating lists, TDataSet editing, control synchronization, using custom data. Both VCL and FireMonkey applications are demonstrated.

Skinning VCL Applications with VCL Styles

Ray Konopka – Raize Software
CodeRage 6, 18-Oct-2011


RAD Studio XE2 offers support for skinning-the ability to dynamically change the appearance of UI elements without coding changes. This session provides a detailed look at how a developer can leverage skinning in their apps, and how to identify potential issues. In addition, this session pays particular attention to adding skinning support to custom VCL controls.

What's New in the Delphi Language

Bob Swart – ebob42
CodeRage 7, 06-Nov-2012
Relevant to: Delphi, RAD Studio

´╗┐In this session, Bob will explain the purpose of XE3 record helpers, as well as some existing record helpers found in Delphi XE3, plus a number of custom new record helpers like a TIntegerHelper, enhanced TStringHelper, TArrayHelper and an example TEnumHelper. Bob will only use the Delphi XE3 code editor (and compiler) to demonstrate this new language feature which is available in all editions of Delphi XE3.

Creating Custom FireMonkey Controls with Delphi XE3

Ray Konopka – Raize Software
CodeRage 7, 06-Nov-2012
Relevant to: Delphi, RAD Studio

RAD Studio supports cross-platform user interface development with the FireMonkey framework. Like the VCL, FireMonkey is component-based, but unlike the VCL, FireMonkey is based around the concept of styles. As a result, creating custom FireMonkey controls is quite a bit different than create VCL controls. This session provides you with what you need to get started building custom FireMonkey controls.

LiveBindings: Using Bind Sources and Adapters

Jim Tierney – Embarcadero
CodeRage 7, 08-Nov-2012
Relevant to: Delphi, RAD Studio

Jim will use bind source components and adapter components to link non-db data. Learn how to use intermediate fields, how to link controls to user-defined TObjects, and how to create custom adapter components.

Creating Custom FireMonkey Controls with C++Builder XE3

Ray Konopka – Raize Software
CodeRage 7, 11-Dec-2012
Relevant to: C++Builder, RAD Studio

RAD Studio supports cross-platform user interface development with the FireMonkey framework. Like the VCL, FireMonkey is component-based, but unlike the VCL, FireMonkey is based around the concept of styles. As a result, creating custom FireMonkey controls is quite a bit different than create VCL controls. This session will provide you with what you need to get started building custom FireMonkey controls.

LiveBindings: Using Bind Sources and Adapters

Jim Tierney – Embarcadero
CodeRage 7, 11-Dec-2012
Relevant to: C++Builder, RAD Studio

Jim will use bind source components and adapter components to link non-db data. Learn how to use intermediate fields, how to link controls to user-defined TObjects, and how to create custom adapter components.

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