Join Delphi expert Bruno Fierens to learn how to create IDE extensions using the Delphi Open Tools API

By: Calvin Tang

Abstract: Webinar from Delphi Expert Bruno Fierens

Embarcadero Technologies
Learn how to Extend the Delph IDE with the Open Tools API

Bruno Fierens presents: Delphi Open Tools API

Delphi® offers a rich API that enables developers to customize and extend the IDE in many ways. In this webinar, we will explore the Delphi Open Tools API (OTAPI) in order to create different types of IDE extensions.

Webinar April 6, 2011

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Three convenient sessions to choose from:

  • 6:00 AM PDT / 9:00 AM EDT
  • 11:00 AM PDT / 2:00 PM EDT
  • 5:00 PM PDT / 8:00 PM EDT

The webinar will cover topics including:

  • Accessing the project manager 
  • Extending the Delphi Repository 
  • Adding custom tool panel in the IDE
  • Accessing the IDE editor and adding an editor context menu item
  • Adding a plugin splash screen entry
  • Adding custom menu items in the Delphi IDE menu

The webinar will also include small examples to illustrate the extensions, as well as showing a number of free production quality extensions published by TMS software.

About the presenter
Bruno Fierens
studied civil electronic engineering at the University of Ghent and started a career as an R&D digital hardware engineer at Barco Graphics in Belgium. He founded TMS Software in 1996, developing VCL components starting with Delphi 1. TMS Software became a Borland Technology Partner in 1998 and developed the award-winning grid & scheduling components. In 2001, Bruno started development on IntraWeb components, and in 2003, ASP.NET components. Currently, Bruno is developing and managing VCL, Silverlight, ASP.NET and IntraWeb component development projects. He is a consultant, working on custom project development and management on Windows, Web and iPad with Delphi and XCode. His special areas of interest are user interfaces & hardware.

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