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  • Using the TDBGrid component
    Contrary to most other Delphi data-aware controls, the DBGrid component has many nice features and is more powerful than you would have thought. The "standard" DBGrid does its job of displaying and manipulating records from a dataset in a tabular grid. However, there are many ways (and reasons) why you should consider customizing the look and feel of a DBGrid...
  • Creating Custom Components
    Everything about creating custom controls and components in Delphi. The ultimate source. From tutorials for starters to more advanced materials.
  • Introduction to COM Programming
    COM stands for Component Object Model. It allows you to create COM objects that are not specific to any language, and in some cases, even platforms. For instance, COM objects can be ported to a Unix system. COM also allows you to create COM Objects that will be instantiated on a different machine across the world if you so desired.
  • (Fast Forward to) Delphi for .NET
    Here's a series of articles designed with one goal in mind: to provide a quick and dirty introduction to the world of .NET programming with Delphi. If you are looking for "what you need to know about Delphi for .NET" - search no further!
  • ASP.NET Web Programming
    Developers will learn how to design, develop and debug ASP.Net web application using Borland Delphi for .Net. The chapters will cover the fundamental elements of creating Web applications (working with Web Forms, Web Services, and User Controls) using Delphi, including the Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and the Delphi for .Net language.
  • Windows API (no VCL) Series
    This free online course is perfect for intermediate Delphi developers as well as for those who want a broad overview of the art of Windows API programming with Borland Delphi.