August 1, 2016 – xDevLibrary is delighted to announce the release of a new book by Eugene Dakin, “I Wish I Knew How to… Program Windows 10 Registry,”
Windows Registry is the heart and soul of your Windows computer. This book show the fundamental programming parts that work with Xojo to change the registry with your program.
The “I Wish I Knew” series contains technical data and advice that makes sense and contains practical and numerous examples with explanations to allow you to ease into the steep programming curve. There are many examples with both pure Xojo code and also this book has a module which contains the Delcare API’s to further increase your programming options.
There are over 10 chapters with more than 180 pages with over 50 example programs. Some of the examples are CRUD (Create, Read, Update, and Delete) functions with the registry, using the declare examples has the ability to read and write to and from the many registry types, such as REG_MULTI_SZ, REG_EXPAND_SZ, REG_DWORD_BIG_ENDIAN, REG_DWORD_LITTLE_ENDIAN, and REG_BINARY. The book is in PDF format with example chapter folders containing Xojo source code and running examples.
Interested readers can find out more and purchase this book and many others at xDevLibrary (http://www.xdevlibrary.com) for instant delivery via GumRoad.
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Formerly Real Studio Developer, xDev Magazine has been publishing since 2002. xDev is an independent bimonthly publication focused on instructing users of the Xojo development environment. Each issue features over 70 pages of quality articles from top Xojo programmers and authors. xDev is renown around the world as the premiere publication of Xojo instruction, tutorials, and programming advice.
Formerly RBLibrary, xDevLibrary is a site for la carte purchases of books and articles about Xojo, REAL Studio, and REALbasic. Instead of waiting for a magazine issue to be published, readers can just purchase the articles they’d like immediately. The library covers a vast array of topics for Xojo beginners, experts, and everyone in between.
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