Visual Component Development Using Frames

By: Cary Jensen

Abstract: Frames are components that you create visually, permitting you to effortlessly create reusable objects. This paper shows you how to improve the development and maintenance of your applications through the power of frames.

Cary Jensen is president of Jensen Data Systems, Inc., a Houston-based software development and training company that won the Delphi Informant Magazine 2002 Readers Choice Award for Best Training. He is the author and speaker for the Delphi Developer Days series, and was the principal speaker and author of the Delphi World Tour 1995-1999 and Delphi Development Seminars 2000-2001. Cary is also an award-winning best-selling author of 18 books, including Building Kylix Applications (Osborne/McGraw-Hill), Delphi In Depth Osborne/McGraw-Hill), JBuilder Essentials (Osborne/McGraw-Hill), and Programming Paradox for Windows (Sybex). A popular speaker at conferences, workshops, and training seminars throughout North America and Europe, he is also the author of more than 175 magazine articles. Cary has a Ph.D. from Rice University in Human Factors Psychology, specializing in human-computer interaction.

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Visual Component Development Using Frames

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