|Title||Programming Delphi Custom Components|
This book is about Component Writing for Delphi, by showing how to write a number of non-visual, visual and ineractive components from scratch.
The examples mean very little theory is covered, just a lot of practive.
It does not cover data-aware components, but does include some information about property and component editors.
There's one very interesting chapter about printing for components.
The writing style is loose, which reads quite well. In general, however, I feel this is no more than a nice book; for Component Building there are just far better books available (such as Ray Konopka's Developing Custom Delphi Components).
-- Bob Swart