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VCL: Validating user-input on the fly using TAdvEdit

In a previous video, I introduced and showed hands-on examples of the feature set of TAdvEdit.TAdvEdit does have even more to offer when it comes to supporting the user while entering data. I simply dislike it when I click OK and get an error message that could have been handled before I actually confirmed the dialog.

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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: 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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VCL Hands-On! Introducing the National Weather Service Web Service demo

In the last few weeks, I explained features of several VCL components using a hands-on example that extracts forecast information for a location in the United States from the National Weather Service API.

Apart from the videos, the full source code is no available for free on GitHub: https://github.com/holgerflick/NationalWeatherServiceExample

I also produced an introductory video for the demo and the video series that is still to be published by TMS early next week.

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