One of Delphi's more powerful capabilities, and least used, is it's flexible open tools application programming interface (API). In this in-depth presentation, Delphi expert Cary Jensen demonstrates you can use the open tools API to add your own key combinations to Delphi's editor. He concludes the presentation by showing you how to create and install a design-time package that will add your new keystrokes to any Delphi installation.
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.