This Course (also) comes as a 6-week email 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.
Lessons at a glance:
A brief historical rundown on COM's glorious past. Abstract methods vs. Interfaces. Classes and Interfaces: An interesting paradox.
What is an Interface? How to implement an Interface? Describing the TInterfacedObject.
What is the implements directive? What is the Method Resolution Clauses? Pseudo-Multiple Interface Inheritance. Interface properties and other fine tales of horror.
A Com Object walk-a-bout. A Class Factory tour. Our first true COM Object program.
Marshaling Data. Behold the power of Variant Arrays. Using Variants and Variant Arrays.
COM type definitions usually reside in a type library. Let's see how to make your first Type Library using Delphi.