New Project #3 - "Trend log form"
CORRECTION: DevExpress TcxGrid, not Tree List please
I am working on a larger Delphi 10 project using Firebird 2.5 (with Fibplus, Unidac) and would like to speed up the development by outsourcing some parts of the work.
In this third project the task is create a form using the DevExpress TcxGrid component to display all records from a table in the Firebird database. The attached file shows how one row in the table grid should look like. This is different from the other projects posted.
The blue area is what would be displayed when the tree item is collapsed. On the top left there would be the "-" icon allowing the user to expand or collapse the data from the record.
When the row is expanded, there should be an image visible on the left which is pulled from the Firebird database table (blob field), and other information.
The yellow area should contain 3 small tabs. If a video is stored in the FDB field (blob) then display the video in the respective tab. You can use the VLC video player which is installed on the system. If you want to recommend another component please let me know.
Certain cells will be populated with data from the database table. See attached for explanations.
I will provide the FDB database file and detailed instructions about which data is displayed in each field of the tree list record.
I need the source code so that I can later integrate it into the main project. It would be good if you provide me a compiled .exe for testing and feedback during the development.
I have a general preference for Russian speaking programmers (however all communications in English please). Russian is not a must, what is more important is that you are reliable and deliver what is required. I have lots of follow up work for you if this goes well.
Thank you and I look forward to working with you.
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Dear I'm an delphi developer similar design to your request can be achieved by using DevExpress cxGrid and its more functionality in DB Operations. Contact me if you are interested.. thanks, Hisham