Synonyms for borland_delphi or Related words with borland_delphi

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Examples of "borland_delphi"
Ultimately Object Pascal evolved into the language of Borland Delphi.
DDObjects is a framework for distributed objects using Borland Delphi.
The following is a typical example of a magic pushbutton in Borland Delphi:
In the Hupigon family, there are a large number of variants. They are written in Borland Delphi.
Borland Delphi and its Linux counterpart Kylix are the integrated development environments of choice in the project.
ObjectVision was not used broadly except in some niche segments, but the visual programming ideas were the basis for Borland Delphi.
Borland Delphi 5 was released in 1999. Added concept of frames, parallel development, translation capabilities, enhanced integrated debugger, XML support, ADO database support and reference counting interfaces
Graphics32 is a free graphics library for Borland Delphi and Kylix optimized for 32-bit pixel formats which is licensed under the Mozilla Public License.
It is inspired by some tools in the 90s that offered the first visual editors to build interfaces, such as Borland Delphi and Visual Basic.
DUnit is an automated unit testing framework for Borland Delphi. DUnit allows Delphi (Object Pascal) developers to use test-driven development.
Borland Database Engine (BDE) is the Windows-based core database engine and connectivity software behind Borland Delphi, C++Builder, IntraBuilder, Paradox for Windows, and Visual dBASE for Windows.
The compiler is compatible with Turbo Pascal, Borland Delphi, and Free Pascal, although language- and RTL-compatibility is limited for features introduced after Delphi v2 and FPC 1.0.x.
Since Jordan Russell wasn't satisfied with InstallShield Express which he had received upon purchase of Borland Delphi, he decided to make his own installer. At first, Inno Setup was little known. The first public version was 1.09..
Several other applications, including Microsoft Visual Studio versions 2003 through 2008, and Borland Delphi, at one time bundled an OEM version of Crystal Reports as a general purpose reporting tool.
Limited feature releases of InstallShield were bundled with popular software development packages such as Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0 (InstallShield Professional 5.0), Borland Delphi 2.0–2006 (InstallShield Express 1–4) and Borland C++Builder 1–6 (InstallShield Express 1–3.5).
Indy was initially named "Winshoes" and was written by Chad Z. Hower (a.k.a. Kudzu) in 1993 in Visual Basic. In 1995, he ported it to Borland Delphi and deprecated the Visual Basic version. In 1997, he made it available under an open-source license. In 2000, Winshoes was renamed to Internet Direct (Indy for short) and became cross-platform. In 2001, Borland began including it as a part of Borland Delphi, C++ Builder, and Kylix. In 2003, Indy was ported to Delphi for .NET. The following year, Indy was made available to the Microsoft .NET community.
DevExpress (Developer Express Inc) is a software development company founded in 1998 with headquarters in Glendale, California. DevExpress initially started producing UI Controls for Borland Delphi/C++Builder and ActiveX Controls for Microsoft Visual Studio. Presently, DevExpress has products targeting developers that use Delphi/C++Builder, Visual Studio and HTML5/JavaScript technologies.
The Calmira shell was developed in Borland Delphi 1.0, an Object Pascal based programming environment by Borland. Because the Windows 3.x environment is virtually extinct as of 2009, additions of new features and addons to Calmira are few and far between.
In computer programming, a Visual Basic Extension (commonly abbreviated VBX) or custom control, was the component model used in Microsoft Visual Basic versions 1.0 to 3.0. It is still supported in the 16-bit version of version 4.0, but was made obsolete by OCXs. VBX has also been supported in some versions of Borland Delphi.
Most similar to earlier versions of the Borland Delphi, Lazarus provides a highly visual development environment for the creation of rich user interfaces, application logic, and other supporting code artifacts. Along with the customary project management features, the Lazarus IDE also provides features that includes but are not limited to: