XML in Delphi Part 1
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XML in Delphi Part 1

Create, read, and process XML with Delphi using TXMLDocument
4.1 (4 ratings)
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20 students enrolled
Created by Alister Christie
Last updated 8/2017
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Price: $19.99
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This course includes
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Be able to use TXMLDocument
  • Create, Modify, and Save XML Data
Course content
Expand all 15 lectures 01:42:59
+ Course Videos
13 lectures 01:41:05
CData
05:51
Saving XML
02:00
Processing XML into a TreeView
27:31
RenameNode
12:51
CloneNode
04:57
Next and Previous Sibling
02:42
HasChildNodes, IsTextElement, XML, HasAttribute
04:34
ChildNodes
05:22
TXMLDocument Properties Part 1
11:13
TXMLDocument Events
01:58
TXMLDocument Properties Part 2
03:39
Runtime Creation
03:15
Requirements
  • Access to a copy of Delphi
Description

Handling XML in Delphi can be tricky and the main tool to do this is the TXMLDocument component, which is not the most friendly tool to use. However in this video we strip away all the confusion and look at both producing and consuming XML. You will learn how to create XML files in a simple and straight forward manor and also how to read and process XML. We look at several ways of doing this, both when the structure of the file is known and unknown. We then look at some methods for manipulating the structure of XML files. Delphi XE3 is used throughout, and we build our example code using the FireMonkey framework (the examples are simple enough to translate into the VCL). The video is over an hour and a half long and anyone with a basic (or better) understanding of Delphi should be able to follow. Length 1.5 Hours

Who this course is for:
  • Delphi developers who want to use XML in their Applictions