Nick Hodges

Thirty Camtasia Demos in Thirty Days

220 Responses to “Thirty Camtasia Demos in Thirty Days”

  1. 1
    Steve Heights Says:

    Thanks for posting the demo, Nick. Will there be a way to download these?

  2. 2
    Chris Bruner Says:

    I can hear you fine, but on the screen it only shows a logo "Screencast Loading"

  3. 3
    SB Says:

    It’s the same for me: Sound is ok, but only the the logo "Screencast Loading" is showing. I tried Firefox and Internet Explorer.

  4. 4
    Ben Buckwalter Says:

    I hear the audio fine, but there is no video, just a logo "Screencast Loading"

    I am using Firefox.

    Thanks for posting these demos.

  5. 5
    Heinz Zastrau Says:

    The Link to Video #1 seems to be broken.

  6. 6
    Stuart Kelly Says:

    Hi Nick,

    Can you add a link to this page on the left side of your blog, like the Delphi Hour one?

  7. 7
    Yusuf Celik Says:

    To make it work, try to upgrade Flash version to latest one which is 9 at the moment.

  8. 8
    Miguel Angel Says:

    The resource cannot be found.

    Description: HTTP 404. The resource you are looking for (or one of its dependencies) could have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable. Please review the following URL and make sure that it is spelled correctly.

    Requested Url: /nickhodges/articles/bdntv.borland.com/pix/nickhodges/Camtasia/10Records/TurboDelphiRecords.zip

  9. 9
    Miguel Says:

    ..also is imposible to download Basic data zip

  10. 10
    eduard Says:

    may i create a torrent for the zip files? it would be easier to get the files.

  11. 11
    eduard Says:

    http://turboexplorer.no-ip.org:58000/

    recomended:

    "µTorrent is a lightweight and efficient BitTorrent

    client for Windows with many features"

  12. 12
    Chris Says:

    Kudos on these enlightening demos. I hope to use these in instructing my children, so I d/l the zips. Upon unzipping/running TurboDelphiBasicApp.zip and TurboDelphiSets.zip all that appeared was the console with no apparent control over flash. Upon further inspection I found the problem in the repective .xml file. The autostart option was set to ‘0′. Setting it to ‘1′ fixes the problem.

    Thanks again for the outstanding effort at making Delphi the best development tool ever.

  13. 13
    j.g. owen Says:

    Thursday, August 31, 2006 6:24 pm. Not bad. If I were you, ‘though, I’d never mention short strings; probably just confuses newcomers.

    j.g. owen * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

    web: http://owenlabs.home.att.net/

    email: owen_bda4@yahoo.com

    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

  14. 14
    Ferdinando Fiandaca Says:

    Is it possible to have available the video’s text in doc or pdf or txt format?

    It would be a big help to the purpose to follow the video, for who, not native language, is not able to perfectly understand the audio.

    Thank you for your great job.

  15. 15
    Mikael Says:

    Hi, I think these demos are very good for someone new to Delphi. They also contain some goodies for people like me still developing in the old (D7) IDE.

    For people like me that have been programming Delphi for many years but have no clue about .NET it would be superb if you could provide something similar for the .NET version of Delphi.

    Thanks, and keep up the good work.

  16. 16
    khh Says:

    For those hear sound only.

    Click stop then play.

  17. 17
    R. Rajesh Jeba Anbiah Says:

    Thanks for the wonderful demos. I have been searching this for a long time for now. Would be nice if these resources are been linked in main site.

  18. 18
    Don Gilbert Says:

    Sorry Nick - love Delphi from way back, but hate the demos. Hesitant, lacking clarity probably scary for beginners ….

    Contrast the polished Visual C# Express vids ….

  19. 19
    Jake Says:

    Thanks for the Demos, Nick. I wish you guys had done these a long time ago. I’ve already learned some things that will make my programming life easier.

  20. 20
    Jake Says:

    Thanks for the Demos, Nick. I wish you guys had done these a long time ago. I’ve already learned some things that will make my programming life easier.

  21. 21
    Jake2 Says:

    Thanks for the Demos, Nick. I wish you guys had done these a long time ago. I’ve already learned some things that will make my programming life easier.

  22. 22
    Bob T Says:

    I am getting a lot out of the demos.

    I hope you are planning one on the Help facility.

    For example

    I am always bumbling around for enumerated values during coding. ie button values that are returned from a modal dialog.

    Better still where are all the enumerated types.

    Once again, good work and thanks

  23. 23
    Sarah Says:

    Thanks for these wonderful videos!!

    For those who want to download all the videos, you can use a Firefox extension, "DownThemAll" in Firefox browser.

  24. 24
    david howes Says:

    How about a video on 3rd party components, breifly mention a few. Then, (after pointing out how some, such as Jedi, have their own install routines) show how to install some sample third party comps.

    Third party comps are probably one of Delphi’s biggest strengths; the vid would probably go some way towards convincing people why they should pay for the Pro version to :-)

  25. 25
    Steven Hertz Says:

    I agree with david howes. I wouldlike to know what 3rd party components will get me and how they can be installed.

  26. 26
    AP Sastry Says:

    Good work, very useful to refresh your memory.

  27. 27
    Newbie Says:

    Thanks for the guides! Would you mind doing one for TUDPSocket and the TTCPClient and TTCPServer.

    Thanks!

  28. 28
    samson Says:

    Thanks for your demo.

    they are a greate help for me ,a freshman in delphi,whateaver the basic of pascal and the new editor of Delphi coding.

    i am from china.

  29. 29
    samson Says:

    i hope you or the experts in Borland(or Devco) will continue the demo of the delphi,the high level use,not just for the freshmen ,but also the lovers,professional etc.

  30. 30
    Medbob Says:

    3 days, 8 more Camtasias.

    Is he going to make it?

  31. 31
    khh Says:

    We hope to see more than 30, and more advanced topics.

    Thank you for your great contribution to Delphi community.

  32. 32
    PBernardin Says:

    This is a GREAT help, Nick. Thanks!

  33. 33
    Pedro Areias Says:

    I am just starting to code in Object Pascal after testing the free Turbo Explorer.

    These videos are a strong motivation. I tried almost all development tools in Linux and Windows and actually found the Win32 version of Delphi as fast as the old Fortran Compaq 6.6 for floating point operations…

    This combined with containers and all the power of OO is a winning combination.

    Let me say this: I am sure that Delphi will make it. In the end, performance and power is what matters.

    Just a note: the editor is still behind Emacs. It would be great to have the power of Emacs in the editor. Then the camtasia videos could be even more convincing: automatic indentation, code completion, the automatic menu generation of Emacs (Imenu), parenthesis matching, etc.

  34. 34
    Lluis (Albert Research) Says:

    Nick… you are really a great guy !!! Do not trouble yourself about this… You have done allready a great job… From my point of view you have 11 points over 10 scored allready ;-)

  35. 35
    Renier Engelbrecht Says:

    Good code examples with the OOP. Gets to the real issued with Polymorhism and how to deal with it. Well done!

  36. 36
    Razafimbelo Bruno Says:

    This is a GREAT help, Nick. Thanks!

  37. 37
    Stuart Cox Says:

    Can we have a simple demo of a database app working with a dBase .DBF file? I’d like to ultimately store data in a DB2 database to take advantage of its geographic datatypes. Any chance of heading down this sort of route, please?

  38. 38
    Frankiw Says:

    Yeah, big big thx !! great help

  39. 39
    Renier Engelbrecht Says:

    Live templates video is great.

  40. 40
    HansH Says:

    First of all, many thanks for the wonderfull tutorials. Nick… you are really a great guy!

    I’am programming since Turbo Pascal 1.0, about 2 or 3 programs a year and that is why i love the free versions. I have a question that you can mayby solve for me. Can I use the information from the "Project Options" page in the about box form of my programs. e.g. the module version number?

    Borland is Fantastic.

    HansH.

    p.s. Sorry for any bad English.

  41. 41
    Stefan Andersson Says:

    Great is not good enough to describe this!

    Hope there is more coming!

  42. 42
    Djeison Girardi Farias Says:

    Muito bom seu blog.

    Thank you.

  43. 43
    gareth sutton Says:

    Hi, Ive only got to ‘arrays’ in the demos,

    but this has to be the best selection of tutorials for ‘pascal/delphi’ i have ever come across.

  44. 44
    Chris Courchesne Says:

    Outstanding Job!! Thanks

  45. 45
    Doug Hodson Says:

    These are fantastic! I used to use Delphi way back when it was first released version 1, then moved on to 2,3,4…. but ended up moving away from it for various reasons (yes, C++).

    With the release of the Turbo line, I find myself wanted to get back into it. Delphi is a fantastic product… and the videos are a great way to refresh myself!

    The Turbo line was a really good move for Borland!

  46. 46
    Andy M Says:

    Thanks for sharing these :))

    Fantastic

    regards

    Andy

  47. 47
    rpereira Says:

    Try download and install camtasia codec.

    170 KB

    http://download.techsmith.com/tscc/tscc.exe

    []s

    Roger

    Curitiba - PR - Brazil

  48. 48
    Izak Zycer Says:

    Will there be a demo on how to work from delphi with interbase?

  49. 49
    HansH Says:

    Waiting patiently for #29 and #30.

    All well i hope Nick?

    Greatings from Holland.

  50. 50
    Ed Covney Says:

    if wordwrap=true, TurboPad opens large text files (360KB) VERY slowly - just like notepad; if wordwrap=false, TurboPad opens large text files (360KB) VERY Quickly.

    I changed the edit field from TMemo to TRichEdit and now the file loads VERY Quickly whether wordwrap is on or not, but each time I toggle wordwrap, TurboPad adds "

    {\rtf1\ansi\deff0{\fonttbl{\f0\fnil Tahoma;}}

    \viewkind4\uc1\pard\lang1033\f0\fs16\{\\rtf1\\ansi\\deff0\{\\fonttbl\{\\f0\\fnil Tahoma;\}\}

    \par \\viewkind4\\uc1\\pard\\lang1033\\f0\\fs16"

    to the beginning of the edit field and

    "\par \\par \}

    \par

    \par }

    "

    to the end of the edit field.

    What have I forgotten to change? Also, in general are there differences between the field types I’m not aware of.

    TIA

  51. 51
    flinch darkassas Says:

    Thank you for the demos. They really got me started with turbo explorer. I knew Pascal back from the days when everything was text. I will definitely give it a second chance…

  52. 52
    Rob van Heuven Says:

    Nick, congratulations with your 30 demos!

    You really did it! Maybe not in 30 days but certainly in 30 working days!

    Thanks again!

  53. 53
    Brian Heemsbergen Says:

    These are really helpful. Thanks.

    Did find a small error in the one on Basic Datatypes. You give the range for Cardinal as 0..maxint, or 0..2y31-1. It should be 0..2y32-1. It is an unsigned integer. I tested it, so I’m pretty sure.

    On to the next one.

    Thanks again,

    Brian

  54. 54
    Esbjoern Says:

    Thanks a lot Nick!

    This stuff is really helpful to get started, one of the best tutorial set I’ve seen so far,

    Brgds

    Esbjoern

  55. 55
    Cleto Azzani Says:

    Nick, congratulations for your video-lessons that are very useful for me and my students.

  56. 56
    Izak Zycer Says:

    I look forward to start looking at the tutorial. Is database access treated in any of them? I couldn´t find that in the titles

  57. 57
    Detlef Overbeek Says:

    I am the dutch guy that will translate it.

    Do you have the camtasia files?

    If not, ill try to translate them by flash’.

    Whenn it will be done ill send you the files.

    It might be interesting to this for more languages.

  58. 58
    Brian Heemsbergen Says:

    Thanks again. Just finished the last one. They were all very informative. But I’ll have to go back to #28 and #29 when I get a little more experience.

    A couple of ideas for future additions:

    1. Error trapping. Everybody says "use try…finally". But it would be nice to have a 4-5 minute explanation of it. Say #13.5 or somewhere in there.

    2. Program flow. You never talk about the initialization and finalization of units. Are these ideas even relavent in VCL programs? Are all units initialized when the program starts or only when the form is loaded? When/how are units loaded/unloaded. How do you minimize memory use? Maybe #14.5.

    Thanks again,

    Brian

  59. 59
    Alex Says:

    I am stumped, had a lot of problems with any previous programming language. Just even to get it running.

    Yes I am a n00b, only PHP experience and some basic Pascal applications but it was WAAAY back.

    Some Java Applets at school.

    So I was looking for a basic programming language I could use to learn and create some basic and simple applications for personal use.

    The problem was I never found and decent tutorial for the absolute novice in programming. Almost all of them worked from the point of view you already knew some basics.

    So now I just wanted to say thank you a lot!!!!!!

  60. 60
    Piotr Says:

    Hello,

    I’ve just watched the first one and I’m amazed both with the tutorials and the Turbo Delphi. It’s so great! I’m going to download the IDE and will come back to your tutorials quickly. Greetings and thanks a lot!

  61. 61
    Quentin Correll Says:

    Nick,

    Is there a D/L that contains all thirty in one .zip?

    Q

  62. 62
    Ian Thompson Says:


    Great Videos! :D

    But they just whetted my appetite for this type of tutorial, any chance of a more advanced session? Creating your own components or a more in-depth OO tutorial?

    As an educational aid, Id be willing to pay.

    Again though, a fantastic idea to have this type of easily understood visual tutorial being released for free with Turbo.

    Thank you :)

    Ian

  63. 63
    Tony Bedford Says:

    Nice tutorials Nick. Thanks for taking the time to make these available to the community.

    One comment on the OOP (polymorphism) tute. You actually declared the SpecialCustomer reference as a reference to type TCustomer. I think maybe this should have been a reference to TSpecialCustomer to illustrate that the FullName method would actually get inherited.

    Thanks again for the great tutorials.

  64. 64
    Charlie Dibsdale Says:

    Nice one. Very much appreciate your efforts, this is really useful

    Charlie

  65. 65
    Oskar Braf Says:

    I got to say that you have done it very easy for me to start of with programing. I was totally new in this subject and was amazed how easy it was to learn, thanks to you.

    Thanks agian.

  66. 66
    Ben Iti Says:

    Nick, you should build more videos and I and most guys here will buy them from you.

    Give us the link and I will purchase.

    Cheers

    Ben..

  67. 67
    Ben Iti Says:

    Nick, you should build more videos and I and most guys here will buy them from you.

    Give us the link and I will purchase.

    Cheers

    Ben..

  68. 68
    Vojtech Kadlec Says:

    >Thanks for the guides! Would you mind doing >one for TUDPSocket and the TTCPClient and >TTCPServer.

    >Thanks!

    So that page is great, thanks.

    I am too interesting in tTPCclient, and in the internet i cann’t find anything.

  69. 69
    Patrick Hollerbach Says:

    Great work! I’m using Turbo Delphi Professional since september, before I bought TD2006 I programmed with delphi 4 standard and delphi 7 personal. I learned a lot about the TD2006 IDE features with this great videos. I’d like to see more :-)
    Greetings from Rüdesheim am Rhein / germany

    Patrick

  70. 70
    ElectronicDolphin Says:

    Got the borland team spirit, turbo Delphi Rocks!!!!! forever baby!!!!

    2000 years from now when the archeologist dig up a Turbo Delphi Pro Software box they are going to still be amazed at the technology. go turbo go!!!!

  71. 71
    Laurie Bisman Says:

    Was wondering how long it will be before some of the C++ tutorials become available - the link still says ‘Stay Tuned’

    Laurie..

  72. 72
    Robert Simon Says:

    I tried RealBasic.

    Then I tried VB.NET… good but it’s just too much for me.

    Finally found this page and decided to learn Delphi.

    Clean, fast, robust, and these tutorials… they are just great!

    Thanks!

  73. 73
    Ian Thompson Says:

    Along the same vein as these excellent videos, mosre delphi videos can be found at…

    http://www.3dbuzz.com/vbforum/sv_delphi.php?f=1309

    Well worth a look :)

    Ian

  74. 74
    Ismir Brkic Says:

    I’m very new with Delphi but have many experience with other programming tools.

    When I’m first look first few videos I’m start with Delphi. Videos are very easy to understand. Thank you for this great videos and please start to produce new videos. You can see support from many people who are see your videos.

  75. 75
    Dongho Shin Says:

    this is really great!!!

    thanks a lot Nick!

    I love it!

  76. 76
    Chen Yoon Han Says:

    The training videos are great resources for learning. Keep up with this good work ! Thanks to all.

  77. 77
    turbo Says:

    how do u get turbo delphi

  78. 78
    graeme Says:

    I have gotten through the first 5 so far and am going to watch the rest. These are excellent, thanks for the work you’ve put in.

  79. 79
    lew Says:

    can anyone tell me how to get turbo delphi

  80. 80
    Richard Says:

    ‘Hello World’! I’m just starting out programing and have found these tutorials a great help … Thank you Nick and keep it up!

    PS I’m on lesson 2 and I’m already looking forward to the next 30 days worth …. ;)

  81. 81
    Haeuptling Says:

    Thank you for these help-videos, which show very good how delphi and it´s elements work. It´s very usefull and you have done it great job. thx

  82. 82
    Derek Hadlington Says:

    Quote ‘Sorry Nick - love Delphi from way back, but hate the demos. Hesitant, lacking clarity probably scary for beginners ….

    Contrast the polished Visual C# Express vids …. ‘

    Polished C# Express Videos ? Maybe but with virtually NIL really useful content when I looked at them. Plus didnt really teach you anything about the languages atall wether it was VB,C#,C++/CLI or J#. More of a set of marketing videos :-))

    Plus Turbo Delphi even in its Explorer

    version is closer to VS2005 Professional edition in features but with a single ‘personailty’. How many free video tutorial are there for that ? :-))

    I have found these videos excellent Nick ! Keep this type of thing coming as and when possible :-)

  83. 83
    Chas Caunt Says:

    I am finding these tutorials very helpful, but have a problem with a couple of them so far - numbers 3 (Basic Application Development) and 8 (Sets).

    When trying to load, after a wait of several minutes, I get the message

    "A script in this movie is causing Adobe Flash Player 9 ro run slowly. If it continues to run, your computer may become unresponsive. Do you want to abort the script?"

    Clicking Yes stops the process.

    Clicking No leads to another long wait, followed by the same message (although the computer doesn’t become unresponsive).

    Can anyone help please?

  84. 84
    Robert Says:

    Hello

    Please, Need More Database demos with option button, check button and so on.

    Thanks

  85. 85
    reath muoch tang Says:

    I TO KNOW WHAT IS TURBO C++

    AND WHY IS IT

  86. 86
    Joe Hendricks Says:

    Outstanding reviews, thanks!

  87. 87
    Alpha Says:

    Hi Nick,

    Thanks for the effort to make this video tut.

    I just completed 1-4 clips. Some thing is missing for the newbies.

    1.

    You may be a very good manager/programmer. But not a good presenter. Many times your hesitation and retyping words making us to loose the interest in the subject.

    2.

    When you teach most of the language part in the Console Application, it seems that we are in DOS age. And Delphi is used more in DOS application. So it is not good for what we dreamt.

    3.

    Till now I could’nt see how to write Comment Lines. (Even after 4 video Demos)

    Any how, pls. add some flavours in the demos for the newbies like me.

    Thanks again for the effort.

    Alpha

  88. 88
    Viko Says:

    Thanks Guys!

    Even thou I’ve been programming for some years now I found these videos very helpfull and I can see an effort to reach out all the world (besides the free turbopascal browse), without actual royaties, that’s something to be gratefull guys.

    Thanks!

    PS, Don’t worry for your retyping / dyslexia prob, it’s just fine, the important is what you’re actualteaching.

  89. 89
    Ticked Says:

    I give up!!!

    I am using IE7, Java is enabled, I have updated Flash and it is enabled. Yet, I still just get the message to enable Java or upgrade my Flash player.

    I’m going back to VB.NET!

  90. 90
    Deckert Says:

    These videos are really excellent and puts a Delphi programmer well on their way.

    But I’d like to see the same thing for Turbo C++. Any news on whether C++ videos will become available? It’ll surely help in the adoption of Turbo C++.

    Thanks,

    Deckert.

  91. 91
    Pozycjonowanie Says:

    thanks for the links. Greetings

  92. 92
    Pete Rios Says:

    Thx, very helpful being new to delphi, coming from xbase lang.

    thx again….

    Will you be posting more…. these eg. help alot…

  93. 93
    BUses Says:

    Superbe job its very neat and very useful. Dmo on how to work from delphi with interbase? Thanks - BUses

  94. 94
    Apotheker Jens Says:

    Thanks for the links. ;-)

  95. 95
    lorenza Says:

    i like your template, thanks for share the zip file.

  96. 96
    Schokolade Says:

    Thank you for the intresting list.

  97. 97
    Stron Says:

    Thanks for the links. ;-)

  98. 98
    Jazda Konna Says:

    The training videos are great resources for learning. Keep up with this good work !

  99. 99
    Solarenergie, Heizung Says:

    yes that´s true. great collections. just kepp it up. really usefull

  100. 100
    forum Says:

    Thanks for the links

  101. 101
    Oprogramowanie hotelowe Says:

    Thanks for sharing!

  102. 102
    Oprogramowanie hotelowe Says:

    Thanks for sharing :)

  103. 103
    Paris Hilton Says:

    Thanks Nick this is very good job, i’m teacher

    and this helps mi teach Delphi 2006

    All great to you

  104. 104
    study Says:

    thanks for your article. it helps me to study Delphi and C++

  105. 105
    50 cent Says:

    I still have recurrent problems with explore your site in Internet Explorer 4.0. please fix this problem

  106. 106
    50 cent Says:

    I still have recurrent problems with explore your site in Internet Explorer 4.0. please fix this problem

  107. 107
    katalogowiec Says:

    For those hear sound only.

    Click stop then play.

  108. 108
    mod Says:

    How about a video on 3rd party components, breifly mention a few. Then, (after pointing out how some, such as Jedi, have their own install routines) show how to install some sample third party comps.

    Third party comps are probably one of Delphi’s biggest strengths; the vid would probably go some way towards convincing people why they should pay for the Pro version to :-)

  109. 109
    profesor Says:

    Thanks, and keep up the good work.

  110. 110
    pozycjonero Says:

    This is a GREAT help, Nick. Thanks!

  111. 111
    zap Says:

    For those hear sound only.

    Click stop then play.

  112. 112
    jol Says:

    The Link to Video #1 seems to be broken.

  113. 113
    fee Says:

    this is really great!!!

    thanks a lot Nick!

    I love it!

  114. 114
    peter Says:

    very goood

  115. 115
    cartoon wallpaper Says:

    thank

  116. 116
    coloring pages Says:

    thank alot

  117. 117
    Don H. Says:

    WOW! This is ssooooo cool.

    I wish we had this for Delphi 1.

    This is getting me up to speed FAST with the new IDE. Why don’t you link to these in the getting started?

    You know if you wrote out a short out-line and covered other topics you could sell these for a resonable price. And it would help developers use your product more.

    ( And get the sound quality up a bit. )

    While I am at it, make it easier to find Turbo-TV. geeezzzz

    Thanks and keep up the good work. :)

  118. 118
    Regenbekleidung Says:

    Great and excellent article t’s realy helpful. Thanks again.

  119. 119
    skrypty php Says:

    Subasta u can translate all u want but then again u must of translated half of the all blogs that exist to date right?

  120. 120
    gry Says:

    These videos are really excellent and puts a Delphi programmer well on their way.

    But I’d like to see the same thing for Turbo C++. Any news on whether C++ videos will become available? It’ll surely help in the adoption of Turbo C++.

  121. 121
    Jubin Says:

    Super cool! and how to download this great piece of work?

  122. 122
    Kinderrestaurant Says:

    very nice snd lovely work! That helps me fpor my new project!

  123. 123
    gork Says:

    I tried RealBasic.

    Then I tried VB.NET… good but it’s just too much for me.

    Finally found this page and decided to learn Delphi.

    Clean, fast, robust, and these tutorials… they are just great!

    Thanks

  124. 124
    Praca Says:

    Great list, it’s useful.

  125. 125
    Jack Says:

    Thanks, Nick.

  126. 126
    Leba Says:

    Good and useful tutorial :)

  127. 127
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  128. 128
    budowa stron www Says:

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  129. 129
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  130. 130
    Partnersuche Says:

    Thanks, i was desperately looking for that info!, great article covering some points I really needed, some good usability info for.

  131. 131
    cs Says:

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    This is wery intresting idea.

    Best regards

  132. 132
    Lilian Binkley Says:

    Thanks, i was looking for that info!, great article covering some points I really needed, some good usability info for. Really thanks for your work.

  133. 133
    Arzt Says:

    Thanks for the effort to make this video tutorial…

  134. 134
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  135. 135
    Bizuteria srebrna Says:

    Nice article.

    Just have an experience with a client. They said, "please make the logo bigger!" :D. I think I should take this article to them :P. It’s one of our big challenge to educate our clients with these things.

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    Meble stylowe Says:

    Thanks for very interesting article. btw. I really enjoyed reading all of your posts. It’s interesting to read ideas, and observations from someone else’s point of view… makes you think more. So please keep up the great work. Greetings

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    Webdesign Says:

    I have gotten through the first 5 so far and am going to watch the rest. These are excellent, thanks for the work you’ve put in.

    Regards

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    Artur Says:

    Good article

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    Moon Says:

    yes, i’ts good

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    Drag Says:

    hmm, no it’s not good article.

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    tee Says:

    Good article greetings from Germany

    Tee

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    tworzenie stron walbrzych Says:

    Thanks for very interesting article. btw. I really enjoyed reading all of your posts. It’s interesting to read ideas, and observations from someone else’s point of view… makes you think more. So please keep up the great work. Greetings

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    Darmowa bramka sms Says:

    Good and useful tutorial!

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    Wyniki na zywo Says:

    Great work ! I really enjoyed browsing through this site. I will recommend it to my friends.

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    Opisy Says:

    I still have recurrent problems with explore your site in Internet Explorer 4.0. please fix this problem.

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    Dowcipy Says:

    Thx, very helpful being new to delphi, coming from xbase lang.

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    Smieszne filmiki Says:

    Thanks for the wonderful demos. I have been searching this for a long time for now. Would be nice if these resources are been linked in main site

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    Tamponiarki Says:

    Great work ! I really enjoyed browsing through this site. I will recommend it to my friends

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    domy drewniane Says:

    Thanks for the wonderful demos.

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    Kredite Says:

    This stuff is really helpful to get started, one of the best tutorial set I’ve seen so far.

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    Online Shop Says:

    Thanks for very interesting article. btw. I really enjoyed reading all of your posts. It’s interesting to read ideas, and observations from someone else’s point of view… makes you think more. So please keep up the great work. Greetings.

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    Tabele ligowe Says:

    Thanks for very interesting article…

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    kleje Says:

    Thanks for the wonderful demos. Kleje i kleje przemyslowe. Nice article.

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    Brie L Says:

    Thanks for this really interesting post. It appears really helpful for me. I would like to ask you if I could translate it and include it in our page, also with link to your page. Alternatively I would like to put link to your page on my section with interesting articles. If it would be possible to put this link on my page please email me. One more time thanks for really great article. Greetings

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    Anvin Says:

    I agree, Thanks for very interesting article. btw. I really enjoyed reading all of your posts. It’s interesting to read ideas, and observations from someone else’s point nawigacja satelitarna of view… makes you think more. So please keep up the great work. Greetings.

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    nahu Says:

    Hi,… wow!

    I was gonna switch to Microsoft Visual C++ and Masm, but after seeing this, and learning more about Delphi Turbo features- Win32 Compiler, and Tasm32, inline assembler, I ain’t leaving Delphi ever again- unless I fing too many limitations with Delphi. I have yet to see big Delphi projects.

    One thing you could do for us, though, is to do some videos on using .asm. It would be good to be thorough, and advanced, because this is the way to ensure growth through education.

    Try and bring back the specials, too, on buying Turbo pro’s. I, for one, will buy.

    Cheers Teacher,

    Steve

    Teacher

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    Linkaufbau Says:

    I have gotten through the first 5 so far and am going to watch the rest. These are excellent, thanks for the work you’ve put in.

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    Arctg Says:

    Nice article

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    Darmowa bramka sms Says:

    Hello, Thanks again. Just finished the last one.!!!

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    proxy Says:

    thank you

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    Kuba Says:

    I have several problems with watching these demos… I followed all the tips and instructions posted previously and still it doesn’t work. Do you have any clue why?

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    bonbon Says:

    Thanks man. These are really helpful. I was wondering if you could just release the final source code?

    But it would be better if you posted the source code after your progress after each video.

    That would be REALLY helpful.

    Thanks,

    Bonbon

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    Nana Says:

    First of all, many thanks for the wonderfull tutorials. Nick… you are really a great guy!

    I’am programming since Turbo Pascal 1.0, about 2 or 3 programs a year and that is why i love the free versions. I have a question that you can mayby solve for me. Can I use the information from the "Project Options" page in the about box form of my programs. e.g. the module version number?

    Borland is Fantastic.

    HansH.

    p.s. Sorry for any bad English.

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    Nyammy Says:

    Thanx a Lot!!

    Found it really help me in my study :)
    Keep it up!

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    Linkbuilding Says:

    Thank you very much for this great tutorials! They are a great help for beginners and intermediates…

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    Desen Says:

    Really helpful tutorials! You saved me a lot of trouble. Keep up the great work! Thanks a lot.

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    Webdesign Says:

    Thanks, I really like tuturials created with camtasia.

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    ludo Says:

    I am interested in the topics discussed but have been feeling a little intimidated by the thought of the work

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    A.Gust - SEO Berlin Says:

    Very nice article! Thank you …

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    Webdesign und SEO Says:

    thank you

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    Datenschutz Says:

    Keep it going, nice article, thank you. On my Site there are demos, too.

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    Sohbet Says:

    Thanks for the wonderful demos. Kleje i kleje przemyslowe. Nice article veryy Good Site..

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    chat Says:

    Veryy Good Site Thanks You!!

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    arkadas Says:

    I have gotten through the first 5 so far and am going to watch the rest. These are excellent, thanks for the work you’ve put in tHANKS You!

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    arkadas Says:

    Thanks for create this very useful and informative site Thank You!

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    Siir Says:

    I have gotten through the first 5 so far and am going to watch the rest. These are excellent, thanks for the work you’ve put in tHANKS You!

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    paris Says:

    Very good! These are the informations i searched for. THX paris

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    Feedz Says:

    DOM elements. Was there a reason specifically or some obvious constraint I’m missing? Also, any idea on what document.matchAll() will return in the next generation of browsers? Thanks for the library, we need more devs with your approach.

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    osuszacze powietrza Says:

    I have gotten through the first 5 so far and am going to watch the rest. These are excellent, thanks for the work you’ve put in tHANKS You!

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    poosie Says:

    wow. . im new hir and i have to say that ur tutorials are the best

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    Biometric Says:

    Thanks for sharing!

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    Softi Says:

    Keep up the great work. Greetings

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    Ksiegarnia internetowa Says:

    Thanks for this very good article … Can i translate this and insert on my site in Poland? … Thanks

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    Simon Says:

    Great work! I’m using Turbo Delphi Professional since Mai and I´ve learned a lot with this great videos.Thx

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    Nick Mayer Says:

    Thanks Guys!

    Even thou I’ve been programming for some years now I found these videos very helpfull and I can see an effort to reach out all the world (besides the free turbopascal browse), without actual royaties, that’s something to be gratefull guys.

    Thanks!

    PS, Don’t worry for your retyping / dyslexia prob, it’s just fine, the important is what you’re actualteaching.

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    rodb-online Says:

    Is there a D/L that contains all thirty in one .zip?

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    Webdesign Says:

    Great article. Very good. i put it in my favoutites. Thanks

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    odzywki Says:

    Great! I think counting users is a better way, and counting active users even better.

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    Ksiegarnia internetowa Says:

    Thanks for very interesting article. btw. I really enjoyed reading all of your posts. It’s interesting to read ideas, and observations from someone else’s point of view… makes you think more. So please keep up the great work. Greetings

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    ciasta Says:

    Thank You for another very interesting article. I must say that I really enjoyed reading all of Your articles. It’s interesting to read ideas, and observations from someone else’s point of view… it makes you think more

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    olsztyn Says:

    It’s really works for me.Thanks dude.

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    euro 2012 Says:

    Great! I think counting users is a better way, and counting active users even better.

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    Sportnahrung Says:

    Thanks man, just what I was looking for. Worked like a charm Thanks so much…

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    Gry Says:

    Super article, i think that cool

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    forum Says:

    Great article. Very good. i put it in my favoutites. Thanks You!!

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    türkçe forum Says:

    Great article. Very good. i put it in my favoutites.!!!

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    chat Says:

    nice sites…

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    yesilyurt Says:

    good sites..

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    Reallyethical Says:

    Love the new look :-D

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    toner Says:

    Thanks for the information - I need them for my study! Will inform my friends of it.

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    Ranking Says:

    Thanks for very interesting article. btw. I really enjoyed reading all of your posts. It’s interesting to read ideas, and observations from someone else’s point of view… makes you think more.

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    ruscampus Says:

    Great and excellent article t’s realy helpful. Thanks again.

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    digital photo frame Says:

    Great! I think counting users is a better way, and counting active users even better

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    youtube Says:

    Thanks for very interesting article. btw. I really enjoyed reading all of your posts. It’s interesting to read ideas, and observations from someone else’s point of view… makes you think more. So please keep up the great work good.

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    Sohbet Says:

    he episode really sucked. Not only did Neil monopolize the discussion, it sounded like JohnD was sucking up to him.

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    Sex Says:

    Thanks for the information - I need them for my study! Will inform my friends of it….

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    Porno Says:

    Great article. Very good. i put it in my favoutites. ..Thanks You!!

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    Hikaye Says:

    Thank You for another very interesting article. I must say that I really enjoyed reading all of Your articles. It’s interesting to read ideas, and observations from someone else’s point of view… it makes you think more…

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    Sohbet Says:

    Thanks man, just what I was looking for. Worked like a charm Thanks so much…!!

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    NBA Says:

    I have found these videos excellent Nick ! Keep this type of thing coming as and when possible…

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    lesbijki Says:

    yeah same here..

    {\rtf1\ansi\deff0{\fonttbl{\f0\fnil Tahoma;}}

    \viewkind4\uc1\pard\lang1033\f0\fs16\{\\rtf1\\ansi\\deff0\{\\fonttbl\{\\f0\\fnil Tahoma;\}\}

    \par \\viewkind4\\uc1\\pard\\lang1033\\f0\\fs16"

    to the beginning of the edit field and

    "\par \\par \}

    \par

    \par }

    "

    what to do?
    thanks,
    Manon

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    Alonzo Mourning Says:

    Great work! I’m using Turbo Delphi Professional since september.

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    pozycjonowanie Says:

    Thanks for the demos.They are great !

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    Rejsy Morskie Says:

    nice demos :) Keep working :)

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    Dj Tiesto Says:

    Great article. Very good.
    thank you.

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    wholesales jewelry Says:

    Great article. Very good.
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    Sohbet Says:

    Verry Good web Thank Youu

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    youtube Says:

    Thank You for another very interesting article. I must say that I really enjoyed reading all of Your articles. It’s interesting to read ideas, and observations from someone else’s point of view… it makes you think more

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    Felipe Says:

    Nice work. to bad my lowspeed internet. One of those can help with how to use a pointer inside other pointer?

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