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Best Delphi Books You Should Read

In this post, we have prepared a curated top list of reading recommendations for beginners and experienced. This hand-picked list of the best Delphi books and tutorials can help fill your brain this June and ensure you’re getting smarter. We have also mentioned the brief introduction of each book based on the relevant Amazon or Reddit descriptions.

Expert Delphi (2017)

 Best Delphi Books You Should ReadDelphi is the most powerful Object Pascal IDE and component library for cross-platform native app development. It enables building natively compiled, blazingly fast apps for all major platforms including Android, iOS, Windows, Mac, and Linux. If you want to build server-side applications, create web services, and have clear GUIs for your project, then this book is for you. The book begins with a basic primer on Delphi helping you get accustomed to the IDE and the Object Pascal language
Author(s): Pawel Glowacki

Mastering Delphi 7 (2003)

 Best Delphi Books You Should ReadStill the Best Delphi Resource–Now Fully Updated and Expanded. Whether you’re new to Delphi or just making the move from an earlier version, Mastering Delphi 7 is the one resource you can’t do without. Practical, tutorial-based coverage helps you master essential techniques in database, client-server, and Internet programming. And the insights of renowned authority Marco Cantù give you the necessary knowledge to take advantage of what’s new to Delphi 7
Author(s): Marco Cant?, Marco Cantù

Delphi Cookbook – Second Edition (2016)

 Best Delphi Books You Should ReadOver 60 hands-on recipes to help you master the power of Delphi for cross-platform and mobile development on multiple platforms. If you are an intermediate developer with a basic knowledge of Delphi and you want to develop cross-platform applications, then this book is for you. Familiarity with the fundamentals of RAD (Rapid Application Development) Studio is expected. Delphi is a cross-platform Integrated Development Environment (IDE) that supports rapid
Author(s): Daniele Teti

Delphi in a Nutshell (2000)

 Best Delphi Books You Should ReadWith a new name and a new focus on CORBA, database drivers, and Microsoft Back Office applications, Inprise/Borland Delphi is enjoying a resurgence, with a growing user base of programmers who use Delphi for rapid development of enterprise computing applications.
Author(s): Ray Lischner

Introducing Delphi Programming (2005)

 Best Delphi Books You Should ReadThis book teaches distance-learning students how to program in Delphi, a major computer language used to design a variety of programs. 
Author(s): John Barrow, Linda Miller

Delphi Programming for Dummies (1996)

 Best Delphi Books You Should ReadHelping users accomplish a lot without doing a lot of coding, this book gives a great overview of programming in Delphi starting with the basics–form design. It then takes users step-by-step through placing components on a form, setting properties (color, caption, font) and adding functionality. This book also covers Delphi’s network simulation tools. 
Author(s): Neil J. Rubenking

Delphi COM Programming (2000)

 Best Delphi Books You Should ReadMicrosoft COM is prevalent throughout Windows operating systems-95, 98, NT-and is rapidly becoming the programming framework of choice. To build applications which interface with Windows systems, programmers must understand and learn to use COM. This book includes coverage of DCOM, Microsoft?s distributed architecture that is based on COM. It will also covers the latest developments in Delphi 5. This book will teach COM programming to Delphi 4 and 5 programmers.
Author(s): Eric Harmon

Delphi in Depth (1996)

 Best Delphi Books You Should ReadWritten by a team of internationally respected Delphi experts, Delphi in Depth wastes no time with introductory material you already know. Rather, it zones in on advanced programming issues to help you take advantage of this incredible development tool. You’ll find total coverage of Delphi’s advanced features, plus high-level techniques for both 16- and 32-bit versions – with many valuable insights from the world’s top Delphi developers. Organized to give you a powerful, thorough understanding
Author(s): Loy Anderson, Joseph Fung

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Best Delphi Books You Should Read

We highly recommend you to buy all paper or e-books in a legal way, for example, on Amazon. But sometimes it might be a need to dig deeper beyond the shiny book cover. Before making a purchase, you can visit resources like Library Genesis and download some Delphi books mentioned below at your own risk. Once again, we do not host any illegal or copyrighted files, but simply give our visitors a choice and hope they will make a wise decision.

Pierre Gassendi: Humanism, Science, and the Birth of Modern Philosophy

Author(s): Delphine Bellis (editor), Daniel Garber (editor), Carla Rita Palmerino (editor)
ID: 3662021, Publisher: Routledge, Year: 2023, Size: 8 Mb, Format: pdf

Complete Works of John Ford

Author(s): John Ford
ID: 3708073, Publisher: Delphi Classics, Year: 2023, Size: 8 Mb, Format: epub

Delphi Collected Works of Karl Marx (Illustrated) (Delphi Series Seven Book 23)

Author(s): Marx, Karl
ID: 3359161, Publisher: Delphi Classics, Year: 2022, Size: 5 Mb, Format: azw3

Please note that this booklist is not errorless. Some books are truly hot items according to The New York Times, others are drafted by unknown authors. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant links you could recommend? Drop a comment if you have any feedback on the list.

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