By: Higher Education
Abstract: X418.74: Introduction to Object Oriented & Graphic User Interface Programming Using Delphi
Course Title: Introduction
To Object-Oriented & Graphic User Interface Programming Using
Course Number: X418.74
Meetings: 12 meetings,
3 hours each.
Developed By: Wesley Lee,
Wesley Lee & Associates, Santa Monica, CA
Instructor: Wesley Lee
This course provides students with a sufficient level of understanding of Delphi's rapid application development environment to begin developing simple desktop and local database applications. To the extent necessary to understand Delphi programming, OOP terminology and Object Pascal are introduced. Emphasis is placed on understanding the object-oriented component model and visual development environment. Topics include fundamental concepts such as classes and objects, object properties and data types, the event model and event programming, methods and procedures, creating the user interface, accessing databases, generating reports. Students practice programming and design techniques by developing sample desktop and database applications.
Upon completion of this course, the student should:
"Using Delphi, Special Edition", Jon Matcho and David Faulkner, Que Corporation, 1995.
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