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Jim Tierney published some great Delphi XE3 LiveBinding posts

Posted by jpluimers on 2012/10/03

Jim Tierney isn’t on DelphiFeeds yet, so below are a few links to his great Delphi XE3 LiveBindings posts.

Jim is one of the people that developed LiveBindings. In addition to that, he explains things very well.

He did some great posts on LiveBindings after Delphi XE2 got launched (he also did two great presentations on Delphi Live 2011 and CodeRage 6 – they got repeated on the last 24 hours of Delphi).

Now he is publishing a series of posts on LiveBindings in Delphi XE3.

These posts are recommended reading, more are probably on their way:

–jeroen

via: Jim Tierney

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