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Saving And Remembering Settings The ‘Right’ Way – Webinar Replay

Saving And Remembering Settings The Right Way Webinar Replay

We positively bustled onwards with our webinar series showing you the basics of cross-platform and Windows software development with some nice bite-sized sessions. It’s very gratifying to hear from those of you who are enjoying these laid-back sessions where I’ve tried to make it more of a social experience than a dry, stale, technical lecture. Thanks to those of you who have been joining me live, week after week. The pace of producing these sessions for you is wearing on me a little. It didn’t help moving house and narrowly dodging a tornado in the past week!

What was the “Saving and remembering settings the ‘right’ way webinar about?

This webinar discussed something that quite a few people get wrong, especially when creating cross-platform apps for the first time – how and where to save settings properly and how to retrieve them. RAD Studio has a great selection of classes and helpers to make this process a lot easier for you. It helps to understand them, but, once you do, all the really hard work is done for you!

Where can I find the replay for the “Saving and remembering settings the ‘right’ way webinar?

Here is the replay for the the “Saving and remembering settings the ‘right’ way webinar.

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Ian is the Embarcadero Developer Advocate, a professional writer, presenter, and host. He is a prolific software developer, voice actor, designer and poet. Ian is British American, born in London, now living in Dallas, Texas. "I get up early every day and write code".

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