Love it (there is bound to be someone) or hate it, the with statement is here to stay - and many would prefer it to stay away. I'm somewhat ambivalent and use it if it suits me on the day. In this movie we'll see an example of using the with statement, and an example of somewhat unexpected consequences. This movie is a bit under 8 minutes long.
In this Delphi training movie we'll be looking at events, in particular what to do with the sender parameter and the basics of using the "as" and "is" operators. To watch this video click here.
This movie is just over 16 minutes long. The audio quality is not so hot in this one (I'll be more careful in future).
Sometimes the Anchors and Align properties just don't cut the mustard for aranging controls on panels and forms in response to resizing. This is not a problem as there is the OnResize event. You can use this event for many reasons, but in this movie we want to adjust the size of controls. This movie is about 7 minutes long and you can watch it here.
This movie is about 8 minutes long and covers the Anchors and Constraints properties of VCL controls in Delphi. These properties are used to control how things behave on your forms when you resize them. This follows nicely on from Alignment and Margins. Watch the movie here
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