RAD Studio 10.4.1 is now available! Learn more. Looking for discounts? Visit our Special Offers page!

Learn About The Delphi Language Growth and Modern Capabilities

The Delphi has been blazing fast application development environment for over 25 years now and it continues on growth. Delphi is swift and capable of creating any application if you know how to use Delphi!

Currently, with the Delphi, you can create apps for many operating systems: 

  • Microsoft Windows
  • Android
  • macOS
  • Linux
  • iOS

Moreover, capable of creating backend services and web applications.

In this video, “The Delphi Language Evolution” you can learn how to apply modern features of the Delphi language to your needs.

Delphi Language History in 4 Dates

  • 1983 – Turbo Pascal
    • Everything started!
  • 1995 – Delphi’s Object Pascal
    • Year of new programming languages
  • 2009 – Modern Object Pascal
    • Generics, Anonymous Methods, Reflection and Attributes
  • 2018 – Inline Variables & Type Inference

These are not just additional features, these are additional programming models. It means, beyond the OOP with the Generic Types, Anonymous Methods, extended RTTI, and the ability to create highly dynamic code.

Be sure to watch the webinar!

And check out the new features of the Delphi language here:

Custom Managed Records

Reduce development time and get to market faster with RAD Studio, Delphi, or C++Builder.
Design. Code. Compile. Deploy.
Start Free Trial   Learn More About Upgrading

About author

Software Developer | B.Tech-CSE at AUT | Delphi/C++ Builder Enthusiast | Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador | Microsoft Azure Certified | Udacity Alumni
Related posts

Powerful Petroleum And Mining Software For Surface And Subsurface Data Visualization Is Built In Delphi


Quickly Log Python Script Output To The Delphi Debug Log In Your Windows Apps

CodeDelphiRAD Studio

Learn How To Use Connection Pooling With A Multi-threaded Environment In Delphi


Learn How To Build A REST API App For iOS In 45 Minutes With Delphi

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.