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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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Smart Clients with Delphi and RemObjects

Bob Swart – Bob Swart Training & Consultancy
CodeRage 4, 09-Sep-2009
Relevant to: Delphi, Delphi Prism

In this session, learn how to use Delphi for Win32 as well as Delphi for .NET to develop multi-tier applications that consist of middleware server applications and thin- or smart-clients (stand-alone executables). See a demonstration of the use of the RemObjects SDK to define the server interface with the Service Builder and the different channel and message components, explaining their use and benefits, as well as special security details (encryption and compression). Also covered are Data Abstract in combination with RemObjects SDK, in order to build data-driven multi-tier applications. Benefits of using thin/smart-clients are covered in detail including the fact that these are "internet-enabled applications", with a rich GUI, and without the need for a Web browser!

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.

The Value of Using DBArtisan in a DBA Team

Arturo Holloway – Embarcadero
CodeRage 4, 10-Sep-2009
Relevant to: Delphi Prism

This presentation introduces and discusses 3 general areas where DBArtisan proves beneficial in a DBA team environment along with specific examples including: access and administration across multiple DB vendor platforms with a single standard interface; accessing remote databases with DBArtisan; and, migrating objects cross-platform.

How to Write World Ready Applications in Delphi

Jaakko Salmenius – Sisulizer
CodeRage 4, 11-Sep-2009
Relevant to: Delphi

The session shows how you should write your code in such way that it can be localized. Code enabling makes your code language independent. Resourcing removes all hard-coded strings from your code. Rework your user interface to make it easier to localize. Finally, you can choose the initial language that your application uses when it starts.

Stop Annoying Your Users!

Jim McKeeth – WideOrbit Inc.
CodeRage 4, 11-Sep-2009
Relevant to: Delphi

Use Delphi's latest features to avoid common design mistakes that irritate your users. Avoiding the top user interface and application design flaws means even happier users and lower support costs.

Creating Editor Key Bindings in Delphi

Cary Jensen – Jensen Data Systems, Inc.
CodeRage 5, 05-Oct-2010

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.

Developing WPF Applications in Delphi Prism

Ray Konopka – Raise Software
CodeRage 5, 06-Oct-2010

The Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) is a rich and powerful user interface framework that is quite a bit different from traditional frameworks such as WinForms and the VCL. This session introduces the core concepts involved in developing WPF applications including XAML, dependency properties, routed events, styles and templates, and much more. This session gets you started developing WPF applications in Delphi Prism.

UI Design with Ribbons

Ray Konopka – Raise Software
CodeRage 5, 07-Oct-2010

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.

VENDOR SHOWCASE: UI Design with Raize Components

Ray Konopka – Raize Software
CodeRage 5, 08-Oct-2010

Raize Components is a user interface design system for Delphi and C++Builder. At its center is a collection of more than 125 general-purpose native VCL controls. Built on a foundation of technology first created more than 15 years ago, these high-quality components give developers unsurpassed power and flexibility without sacrificing ease-of-use. This session demonstrates how developers use Raize Components to build sophisticated user interfaces in less time with less effort.

Prism Unleashed

Sebastian Gingter – RemObjects Software
CodeRage 6, 19-Oct-2011


The Oxygene language from Prism was developed for managed environments and developer productivity. This session shows you some of the more 'hidden' language features like Class Contracts, Interface delegation, and Inline Interfaces that really boost your development performance.

UI Design with Raize Components and RAD Studio XE2

Ray Konopka – Raize Software
CodeRage 6, 20-Oct-2011


Raize Components is a user interface design system for Delphi and C++Builder. At its center is a collection of more than 125 general-purpose native VCL controls. This session demonstrates how developers use Raize Components to build sophisticated user interfaces in less time with less effort. In addition, specific attention is focused on new RAD Studio XE2 features such as VCL Styles and how they can be leveraged in Raize Components.

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.

HTML5 Builder Mobile Development & Deployment

Sarina DuPont – Embarcadero
CodeRage 7, 08-Nov-2012
Relevant to: Delphi, RAD Studio, Delphi for PHP

Learn how to build client and server mobile applications using JavaScript, HTML5, CSS3 and PHP with connectivity to leading databases and deploy to iOS, Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone. Also covered in this session is mobile user interface styling, and how to use the included HTML5 components like the multimedia component for rendering video and audio in your mobile applications.

VENDOR SHOWCASE: Effectively Using Raize Components

Ray Konopka – Raize Software
CodeRage 7, 08-Nov-2012
Relevant to: Delphi, RAD Studio

Raize Components is a user interface design system for Delphi and C++Builder. At its center is a collection of more than 125 general-purpose native VCL controls. This session will demonstrate how developers use Raize Components to build sophisticated user interfaces in less time with less effort. In addition, specific attention will be focused on new RAD Studio features such as VCL Styles and how they can be leveraged in Raize 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.

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