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Quickly Learn How To Optimize Your Delphi Apps With ProDelphi In This CodeRage Replay

ProDelphi measures the runtime of Delphi programs. If a program is too slow, ProDelphi gives the necessary information to optimize it.

The principle of source code instrumenting , a sophisticated  correction algorithm and the unique granularity of 1 CPU cycle guarantee to get correct measurement results . Other profilers only have a granularity of 1 ms or less. Source code instrumenting guarantees that always every part of an application is measured .

Sampling profilers only give rough or even random measurement results, they can not determine the exact execution time of a procedure (see also profiler types ). To compare the granularity of ProDelphi with any other profiler, a profiler tester is supplied in the download area.

Because of the outstanding low measurement overhead even time critical applications can be measured.
Integration into the Delphi IDE, a call graph and a handy viewer guarantee a fast optimization process.

ProDelphi can measure VCL, CLX and FMX (FireMonkey) applications.

The video shows how fast you get the runtimes of all procedures.

Head over and find out more information about ProDelphi and download it.


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