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Tomes of Delphi: WIN 32 CORE API Windows 2000 (Wordware Delphi Developer's Library) ePub download

by John Ayres

  • Author: John Ayres
  • ISBN: 1556227507
  • ISBN13: 978-1556227509
  • ePub: 1418 kb | FB2: 1359 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Hardware & DIY
  • Publisher: Wordware Publishing, Inc. (November 25, 2001)
  • Pages: 731
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 314
  • Format: lit mobi lrf lrf
Tomes of Delphi: WIN 32 CORE API Windows 2000 (Wordware Delphi Developer's Library) ePub download

The Tomes of Delphi series from John Ayres is recognized as the definitive reference for Delphi programmers and developers

The Tomes of Delphi series from John Ayres is recognized as the definitive reference for Delphi programmers and developers.

Series: Wordware Delphi Developer's Library. Paperback: 700 pages. Publisher: Wordware Publishing, Inc. (May 25, 2002). This is a fabulous reference indeed.

Certainly not a book for beginners but rather advanced programmers, this book remains relevant for any Delphi developer using VCL on Windows. I find its balance between reference and tutorial perfect

Certainly not a book for beginners but rather advanced programmers, this book remains relevant for any Delphi developer using VCL on Windows. I find its balance between reference and tutorial perfect. I also appreciate the author's matter-of-fact objective tone without personal cuteness/nonsense. This was a classic book back in the day. All the Delphi developers who I knew at the time it was released used this book. It was used and recommended frequently by folks who worked at Borland, and component developers whose products were used widely in the Delphi community.

759 Pages·2002·6 Tomes of Delphi.

p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index.

It is very practice indeed and close to the problems. My own projects have gone much more easier to solve. My own focus is on automation sectors and so I did some work for automating rs232 driven radio controls for hobbie and HAM- interested people.

The Tomes of Delphi series from John Ayres is recognized as the definitive reference for Delphi .

The Tomes of Delphi series from John Ayres is recognized as the definitive reference for Delphi programmers and developers.

Tomes of Delphi book. Paperback, 700 pages. The Tomes of Delphi series from John Ayres is recognized as the definitive reference for Delphi programmers and developers.

ByA customeron April 5, 2002.

All the Delphi developers who I knew at the time it was released used this book. ByA customeron April 5, 2002.

The Tomes of Delphi series from John Ayres is recognized as the definitive reference for Delphi programmers and developers. The first edition received rave reviews from industry publications as well as Inprice developers as being the Rosetta stone which forms the link between Delphi and the Windows API. The title retains its popular reference organization as well as the innovative help file on the CD.
Gianni_Giant
The negative reviews surprise me. Certainly not a book for beginners but rather advanced programmers, this book remains relevant for any Delphi developer using VCL on Windows. I find its balance between reference and tutorial perfect. I also appreciate the author's matter-of-fact objective tone without personal cuteness/nonsense.
Globus
This was a classic book back in the day. All the Delphi developers who I knew at the time it was released used this book. It was used and recommended frequently by folks who worked at Borland, and component developers whose products were used widely in the Delphi community. I haven't had reason to use it for years, but I noticed all these negative reviews written over the space of a few days by "A customer," and thought it might be worth while taking a moment to set the record straight.
BlackHaze
You'd think the qualifications for writing a Delphi book would be 1) you must be a Delphi expert 2) you must write well. Well, I can tell you for sure that this guy doesn't meet either qualification. This is, without question, the worst programming book I have ever had the misfortune to buy. Ayres writes like a third grader. And the code is even worse. A person who'd never seen Delphi before could write this code. It is mostly warmed over MSDN example code converted to Pascal. Frankly, I'd be embarrassed to publish something like this. It's that bad.
Arabella V.
A great price for a great book.
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