Sometimes the easiest of topics make for the hardest of movies.  In this movie we take a look at the various ways of passing parameters, I've probably not explained things as clearly as I could but I hope it is informative all the same.  Watch it here, it's a bit over eight and a half minutes long.

In this Delphi training guide we look further into Form Docking.  In particular we look at the ManualFloat and ManualDock methods to dock and undock forms in code (rather than Drag & Dock). This video is 10 minutes long and you can watch it here.

This movie provides an introduction to using Dockable Forms with Delphi.  It's a short one at only 5 minutes.  In it we create some multi-coloured forms and dock them into a TPageControl and a TPanel.  You can watch it here.

In this video we take a look at the Microsoft Speech API, in particular the text to speech facilities.  And we create a small application that can speak some text in a memo control.  This video is a bit over 7 minutes long and you can watch it here.

In this movie we take a look at what happens when constructors and destructors raise exceptions, in particular how to arrange you try..finally blocks to best effect.  This movie is over 16 minutes long and you can watch it here.

In this movie we take a look at what Class Helpers are.  There is still a bit of debate as to whether class helpers are good or evil - I think this is because people are using them beyond what they were intended for - which is exactly what we do in this video which you can watch here.

In this Delphi programming tutorial we are going to cover how to put Adobe Flash animations into your Delphi applications.  We do this by creating a new package and then installing the ShockwaveFlash ActiveX control.  Watch the movie here.  The movie is under 8 minutes long.

This Delphi Training Movie looks at DLL programming, at least the basics.  In it we write a DLL and then use it.  The example is a bit contrived, but should give you a solid starting point.  This one is a biggie and weighs in at over 20 minutes, and you can watch it here.

In this Delphi training movie we take a look at how to create forms, yes I know Delphi can do this for you automatically - but sometimes you will want to do it for yourself.  Creating forms as they are needed can make your application start faster and take up less resources.  We look at a number of ways of creating forms and to see them watch the movie here.

I've seen this question numerous times in the Delphi Newsgroups: How to I make the enter key work like the tab key?  Well it's actually fairly simple and in this movie I show you three ways of doing it (and there are probably many more).  This movie runs to just over 8 minutes and you can Watch it Here.