MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 1.19 GB | Duration: 6h 11m
We continue our coverage of the VCL, including two of the most complex controls TListView and TTreeView
What you’ll learn
Be able to use TListView and TTreeView – the two most complex VCL components
Be able to use all the common dialog components
Add Help to your application
Viewing Parts 2 and 3 is recommend but not required
We’ve covered a lot in Parts 1 and 2, but there is still lots of interesting stuff to go. Here in Part 3 we tackle two of the most complex VCL components: TListView and TTreeView, both of these are highly useful. TTreeView is used whenever you want to display hierarchical information, such as a directory structure or nodes in an XML file. Use TListView whenever you want to display a list of items, such as files, with their file name, size, modified date etc. If you are like me you will use TListView regularly when building applications.
In the second half we cover all of the dialog components, you will find yourself using the various open and save dialogs all the time, so it is important to know them inside and out.
Next we examine context sensitive help (pressing F1) – a highly important topic for the usability of your applications. Then finally we look at a few of the remaining controls and a number of additional properties on TForm.
Who this course is for