Email Course: Resources in Delphi applicationsThis e-mail course is perfect for Delphi beginner and intermediate developers as well as for those who want a broad overview of the art of storing more than just program code in an application executable.
How fast will I learn?
This is a 7-week class. You will receive the first lesson as soon as you sign up. Each new lesson will be delivered to your mailbox on a week-by-week basis.
What will I learn about?
It's simple: about resources. A resource can be either standard or defined. The data in a standard resource describes an icon, cursor, menu, dialog box, bitmap, enhanced metafile, font, accelerator table, message-table entry, string-table entry, or version. An application-defined resource, also called a custom resource, contains any data required by a specific application (another EXE, GIF image, MP3 song, etc.).
Specifically, you'll find out about:
- Storing (and retrieving) icons and bitmaps.
- Placing MP3s, WAVs and other binary data into an .EXE
- Embedding an entire web site into your Delphi application
- Localizing your applications the easy way (using resources, of course)
- and much more...
Instructor: Zarko Gajic
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