Here you will find a recommended selection of the top books on programming Delphi with Windows API, with links to book reviews. All books cover all of the most common Windows API functions, and each function has the syntax and an example of its use in Delphi Pascal.
Covers the most common Windows API, from window creation and message processing functions to memory management and text output functions. Each function entry includes the syntax, a description of what the function does, a list and description of parameters, acceptable constant values, return values, cross-references to related functions, and an example of its use in Delphis Object Pascal.
The definitive reference to 32-bit versions of Delphi, providing an accurate and comprehensive guide to the Microsoft Windows application programming interface. The book covers the most common Windows API functions, from window information and file input/output functions to system information and help functions, including the Windows 2000 extensions for the Windows shell.
A comprehensive reference to all of the Win 32 API function calls used to display graphics and user interface elements, this book highlights such topics as drawing primitives, color palette management, regions, and paths.
The Tomes of Delphi: Win32 Multimedia API provides a comprehensive reference for using Windows multimedia API functions to incorporate multimedia in Delphi applications. It introduces auxilary services that provide access to devices such as CD-ROMs. Timing devices (to help schedule timer events with great precision) and joysticks (as a alternative to keyboard and mouse) are also covered.