cool Welcome PIC fans!
(to Pascal language fans too!)

Close General documentation

Close How to support PMP

Close Manuals

Close Tips

Other stuff

Close Documentation

Close How to support PMP

Close Off Topic

Close Today's favourites


Today's favourites - 2010.04.24: Is Delphi Dead?

Creation date : 2010.04.24 11:44 PM
Last update : 2014.01.07 4:56 PM
Category : Today's favourites
Page read 19865 times

Print the article Print the article

react.gifReactions to this article

Reaction #4 

by hsn 2011.12.21 07:08 AM

Unfortunately Delphi was never in good hands. I wish if Microsoft could acquire Delphi from its current owners (embarcardero, did I spell that right?). Delphi will make more sense with Microsoft because that is the only RAD for win32 available for now (assuming C/C++ is not RAD). Even though many companies milked Delphi in that past, they were all betting on one speculation -- that Delphi would die "soon". You can see that from the effort went into its development over the years. Unfortunately only those who used Delphi would know that all the c# features were lifted from Delphi. Oh well...

Reaction #3 

by funlw65 2011.12.18 11:54 PM

At least, the link is dead. The commercial Delphi will be crossplatform. The free Delphi is already multiplatform and 64bit.

As long as the language is promoted and used along the schools (at least), then is pretty much alive.

Reaction #1 

by TheChiefPriest 2010.09.05 6:17 PM

Delphi is very much alive in my little programming shop. It is the tool of choice for knocking quick apps that would take forever to knock out in C#, Java, C++ and whatever psychedelic language you might have out there. n

 Members List Members : 75

Your Username:


[ Password lost ? ]

[ Join us ]

Member online :  Member online :
Anonymous online :  Anonymous online : 3

Total visits Total visits: 1633462  

Most ever online
Most ever onlineTotal : 170

The 01/01/2021 @ 17:50

Webmaster - Infos



Friends News
Where are you from?

Sentence to think about :  When a distinguished but elderly scientist states that something is possible, he is almost certainly right. When he states that something is impossible, he is very probably wrong.  Arthur C. Clarke
^ Top ^