Using Visuino and Delphi Short Video Tutorial

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Introduction: Using Visuino and Delphi Short Video Tutorial

This is a short video tutorial introducing Visuino and Delphi programming.

Shows how to build a number of Arduino projects, and how to communicate with Arduino from Delphi applications.

The version of CommunicationLab used in the viseo can be downloaded hete:

http://labpacks.blogspot.com/2016/11/source-code-for-artificial-intelligence.html

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    Why can't I hardly understand any of Arduino tutorials ??? Kinda hard of hearing so used headset and still can't make out the words. Is
    Arduino for Americans ??? If Americans, British, Germans, are welcome why can't the instuctors speak 1/2 ass English. Once a German learns English they sound better than me. Get rid of the thick accents, it can be done, if you can do Arduino you can learn to speak decent English!

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    Thank you!

    Considering that I am 50 years old, at this age, getting rid of the accent will be a but difficult you know... Not easy to teach old dog new tricks... :-D

    I am not professional instructor. I am the developer of Visuino, and I show people how they can use it, and what they can do with it ;-)

    Cheers,

    Boian

    Great Video Boian. In a previous video you made a while back, you gave a link

    to your Communications and Instrument Components for Delphi.

    http://mitov.com/downloads/Firemonkey-VCL

    For those who don't already have Delphi FireMonkey VCL's for this project.

    Thanks Boian

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    Thank you for posting the link :-)

    The installs from the site are a bit old, as it is about the time for the next official release that will come soon. For now I would recommend people to use these installs from my blog:

    http://labpacks.blogspot.com/2016/11/source-code-f...

    They are tested well in Delphi 10.1 Berlin, and will be similar to the next official release. They have a lot of new stuff used in the video :-)

    Cheers,

    Boian

    Thanks for that link Boian. I guess i am a bit outdated,too...lol. cya