Download 2.0.30 – Apr 11, 2019 Changes Fixes to x64 ClassGen. Requirements Delphi/C++ 2009 through 10.3 Rio .NET 4.6.2 Can use .NET assemblies back to .NET 1.1 x86 / x64
A new documentation topic has been added: Null Strings
A new article on writing shim wrappers has been added.
Delphi is now marked as a fast up mover, and is even above Go, which itself is still rising. In fact Delphi has moved up FIVE places from 16 to 11 in one year. This is no doubt due a large part to the rather new Community Editions, as well as events like Code Rage […]
http://www.atozed.com.br is down. There is a DNS issue at the DNS host. They are aware and working on it.
I don’t remember where we found this or who posted it, but we felt it worth sharing. An academic study of Delphi vs C# vs Python. Guess who fares very very well? 2015: A Performance Comparison Of C# 2013, Delphi Xe6, And Python 3.4 Languages And another article, this one about SmallTalk, but ranks Delphi […]
As reported earlier, the EMBT forum squirrel has been missing and where abouts unknown. While upgrading FreeFileSync, we found him! Eveidently he is working on open source projects now.
Embarcadero has just released Delphi Community Edition (and C++ Builder too). That’s awesome news! Get Delphi CE here: https://www.embarcadero.com/products/delphi/starter or C++ Builder CE here: https://www.embarcadero.com/products/cbuilder/starter Delphi CE is the same IDE and compiler as Delphi Professional. Not a crippled IDE! IntraWeb Evaluation/Standard/Ultimate can be installed on it. IntraWeb Evaluation Edition never expires! You can evaluate, learn and experiment […]
“Embarcadero has just released a very significant performance patch for RAD Server. If you are using RAD Server, it is well worth downloading it. You can gain over 10x throughput!” http://blog.marcocantu.com/blog/2018-july-radserver-performance-patch.html
Delphi’s interfaces are rooted in COM interop, but in most cases are used for non COM purposes. Unfortunately there are some big limitations with Delphi interfaces, and in a critical area where interfaces are the most useful.