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As referenced by Delphi product manager Nick Hodges at SDN in Netherlands, this new project will enable developers to use the Delphi language for building .NET 3.5 applications with technologies like WinForms, WFP, Silverlight, ASP.NET, WCF, LINQ.
More details can be found on the Marco Cantù’s blog.
Great news regarding the language-features: generics, unicode support, anonymous methods.
Tim Anderson has posted a great summary on his blog, click here to read the article.
CodeGear Delphi 2009 is available on checkoutsoftware.com.
Michael Swindell, head of Embarcadero product management, has announced great news about the future of Delphi:
“Today things like supporting more of the .NET framework flavors (Silverlight, WPF, etc) and keeping up with the latest language and framework releases is of much higher importance.”
Click here to read the complete post on Marco Cantù’s blog.
- CodeGear: Working hard to rejuvenate its legacy;
- CodeGear: Extending the Borland legacy to Ruby and PHP developers.
Justin states that “CodeGear’s .NET products are expanding in new directions, which include RIA development and targeting other platforms (through systems such as Mono)”.
Will we be able to write rich internet applications using Delphi and targeting both .NET and Mono platforms?
I have found very interesting the following videos:
This example illustrates how to use objects written in different languages using CORBA protocols and standards.