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How Are Delphi And Electron Licenses Alike And How Do They Differ?

Delphi and Electron licenses differ significantly. In fact, in some ways, they are diametrically opposed. The benchmarking study cited in this blog post and the entire series of which is the seventh post looks at the similarities and differences between the two platforms. Read on and decide what to use in developing applications in different platforms. The “Discovering The Best…
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Celebrating 25 Years of C++Builder!

25 years ago, something amazing happened in the world of C++… C++Builder is 25! On 26th February 1997, Borland released the first version of C++Builder. Coming on the heels of Turbo C and Turbo C++ (with which it shared a lot of technology) and the popularity of Delphi (with which it also shared a lot of technology), C++Builder 1 was a standout success. We’ve put together a website…
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Delphi WinUI 3 Demo

Yesterday, on Delphi’s 27th anniversary Embarcadero released a WinUI 3 demo that I presented in the anniversary webinar. Here is the official announcement along with some more technical information. The demo is available in GetIt. Introduction Microsoft’s Windows App SDK (previously known as Project Reunion) includes a new native UI framework called WinUI 3. WinUI 3 is the current UI…
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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…
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Delphi’s 27th Anniversary Webinar

Next Monday is Delphi’s 27th Anniversary and Embarcadero has organized a webinar to celebrate and to discuss the product status Delphi 1 was introduced on February 14th 1995, 27 years ago next Monday. You can read the recent Delphi Time Warp and Building the Future Embarcadero blog posts, delve into Delphi’s history at delphi.embarcadero.com or my own very old Delphi 10th…
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