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* Good coverage of C# as well as Delphi for .NET. * Not a port of a Delphi book – tightly focused on what’s new which includes the FCL overview that you need to make sense of the Microsoft documentation. * Particularly clear and well-written.
Delphi Component Design tells the inside story of how and why Delphi was built, and how to make use of this information to build better Delphi components and applications. Whether you're a Delphi application writer yearning to expand into component writing, or an experienced Delphi component writer in pursuit of the smaller, faster, better Holy Grail, Delphi Component Design will help you sort out what Delphi Visual Component Library (VCL) services can do for you (and how they do it); what your components can do for VCL; what standard behaviors your component classes must implement; and how to take advantage of little-known VCL classes and services to dramatically improve your component's ease of use, code reuse, flexibility, and performance. This is the no-stone-unturned authority on building advanced Delphi components - from high-level views of how a component fits into the grand scheme of things to the minute details of how each link between a component and the rest of the system works; from design-time support tools to run-time performance optimizations.