The duration of a CodeRage Conference presentation is generally 45 minutes. Each replay includes video and audio.
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Reporting Across the Enterprise with All-Access
Brent Hansen – Embarcadero
Relevant to: All-Access
This presentation highlights the many ways the technical communication of industry standards, projects, proof of concepts, and source code can flow throughout the IT Environment. This session is for every stakeholder whether they are an application or database developer, DBA, Enterprise Architect, Project Manager, Business Analyst, or IT Manager.
Delphi Programming Tips and Solutions for Everyday Use
Girish Patil – Gnostice Information Technologies
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.
CodeSite is an advanced debugging and application logging system that gives developers deeper insight into how their code is executing. With CodeSite, developers are able to locate problems more quickly and ensure their code is running correctly. And now every edition of RAD Studio XE includes CodeSite Express. This session focuses on how to get the most out of CodeSite Express in RAD Studio XE and highlights the differences between CodeSite Express and the full featured CodeSite Studio.
The new ribbon user interface of Microsoft Office applications has received a lot of attention. The ribbon interface is not for every application, but for some it can be very effective. This session illustrates the steps necessary to create an effective user interface using the new Ribbon Controls that come with Delphi.