31 C++Builder XE3 videos in January - Jan 3 - Adding Actions and Gestures to a C++ FireMonkey App

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During each day of January 2013, I am creating a new video showing you how to use the new C++Builder XE3 compilers for Win32, Win64 and OSX to create multi-platform, database, multi-tier, HD and 3D applications.  In the third video you will learn how to add Actions and Gestures to an existing C++ FireMonkey sample application, FireFlow, using the TActionList and TGestureManager components and a few additional lines of C++ code.  Stay tuned to my blog for additional C++ programming videos each day.

January 3, 2013 - Adding Actions and Gestures to a C++ FireMonkey Application

Filename: 2013-01-03-CppFMXActionsAndGestures.mp4

Download: http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/29261

Watch on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnwAKbSudbo

Duration: 10 minutes and 9 seconds

Size: 54.1mb

Format: MP4

Watch/Download the C++Builder 64-bit Compiler Preview Video

Additional details about the 64-bit C++Builder compiler are available in the preview video.  Watch the C++ 64-bit compiler preview video on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PwwMpBUoR6Y. You can also download the MP4 video file at http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/29197.  The preview video is 9 minutes long.

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