Delphi and C++Builder, but maybe not as you know them.
We're all busy, and our industry changes quickly. So it's understandable if you haven't noticed all the changes that have happened to Delphi and C++Builder over recent years.
If you're on an older version of Delphi or C++Builder, you could seriously be missing out on an opportunity.
So here are a few of the big changes you might have missed:
iPhone, iPad and Android Support
Use your existing Delphi and C++Builder skills to reach whole new markets for your software. iOS and Android are now the dominant computing platforms for both business and consumer, and Delphi and C++Builder make targeting these platforms a natural next step for your business.
The Best Windows 10 Support in the Industry
The rise of mobile doesn’t make Windows irrelevant. It is still a critical platform for business applications, with Windows 10 rapidly becoming the most widely deployed version of Windows in years.
Delphi and C++Builder’s deep support for Windows 10 means you can quickly upgrade your applications for Windows 10, and then easily take advantage of new Win10 features, while continuing to support older versions of Windows as well.
Get to the Cloud as well!
Apart from Mobile, probably the biggest change in the computing landscape over recent years has been Cloud deployment. Delphi and C++Builder don’t miss out here either.
Using the Enterprise Connectors included in Enterprise and Architect, you can connect to 80+cloud applications like Salesforce, Office 365, Google Suite, Quickbooks, Xero and many others, using SQL and the database controls you already know.
And of course, you can easily connect your applications to any API-driven applications not covered by Enterprise Connectors using the REST Client components.
Native support for Amazon Web Services and Azure API’s mean your applications can be communicating directly with these most dominant cloud platforms quickly and easily.
Away from the client, use RAD Server to migrate your existing Delphi and C++Builder code to run in the Cloud behind a standard REST API, opening up your application to clients in almost any programming language or platform available.