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Overview of current GitHub repositories

Here’s a video that gives you some insight which repositories are available from TMS software and myself and how to find them on GitHub.

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VCL: Getting user-input with TAdvEdit

The VCL component TEdit is as basic as programming with Delphi can get. Almost every Delphi book starts with a Hello World application that involves a button and an edit control that shows ‘Hello World’ after clicking the button. Most certainly, TEdit gives you all the functionality to need in order to ask the user for input.

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VCL: Building selection dialogs quickly with TPickDialog

TMS VCL UI pack comes with so many components that you sometimes miss the ones that are most useful. Especially, when these components are non-visual components.

Asking the user to select one or multiple items from a list is a common task that can be found in any applications.

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How to use examples from GitHub in Delphi

More and more source examples can be found in public source repositories. GitHub has become quite popular as it allows for easy publication and hosting of open-source Git repositories. Still, the Delphi community primarily works with downloadable archives to exchange source code. I think the main reason for this is that Delphi developers have no idea how easy it has to become to work with Git repositories and GitHub never even leaving the Delphi IDE.

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