C++DelphiHow-To's

Top 10 Webinars: C++ And C++Builder

IF C++ and C++Builder are part of your development repertoire (and even if they aren’t), we invite you to enjoy our top 10 webinars around both, plus a bonus video with a rather influential figure in the history of C++ (scroll to the bottom to find out who it is). Why C++Builder? C++ has consistently dominated “Top Programming Languages” lists…
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Top 10 How-To’s: Modernization

Application modernization, also known as legacy modernization, involves updating existing software and its features to benefit from technological advances and maintain performance. Modernization can involve making apps cloud-native to lower cost and increase scalability and agility, and to enable remote teams to maintain and update it. Besides improving performance, modernization extends the…
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Top 10 How To's: FireMonkey

The FireMonkey® framework is the multi-device, true native app development and runtime platform behind RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder. FireMonkey is designed for teams building multi-device, true native apps for Windows, OS X, Android and iOS, and getting them to app…
DatabaseHow-To'sInterBase

Top 10 How-To’s: FireDAC

FireDAC is a Universal Data Access library for developing applications for multiple devices, connected to enterprise databases. With its powerful universal architecture, FireDAC enables native high-speed direct access from Delphi and C++Builder to InterBase, SQLite, MySQL, SQL Server, Oracle, PostgreSQL, DB2, SQL Anywhere, Advantage DB, Firebird, Access, Informix, DataSnap and more, including the…
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Top 10 How To's: InterBase

InterBase is a great solution for Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio users. Seamlessly integrated and with highly advanced security and data management features, like multi-level encryption, super-easy change tracking, data transfer speeds, quick recovery, and very low…
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Top 10 How-To’s: Delphi & Python

What would it be like to create tools that integrate Delphi with Python (including building Python GUI apps)? How much fun would it be to allow Delphi to execute Python code and call Python libraries, and allow Python to call modules in Delphi and interact with Delphi code…