One Ring to Rule Them All

One of the reasons I am such a big fan of Delphi is you can build 80% of your application on Windows, then for the last 20% you work with devices. Sure it’s not hot reload, but arguably it’s just as efficient, especially with 3 second compile speeds in a RAD environment. When you’re ready […]

Delphi the Solution

Delphi Microservices: This is a nice webinar explaining how Delphi was leveraged to build a great company. But then management started listening to Java and SAP consultants to move away from Delphi. After two failed attempts, and a lot of wasted money, they gave the Delphi team a chance:    

Delphi Mobile – It’s all Components

Delphi is an excellent tool for cross-platform development, using FMX you can target all major platforms from the same code base. Component based development is efficient, and enjoyable. With Delphi, you can build anything. Delphi 10.3.2 has just been released, you can download the community edition here. Some awesome mobile,tablet and IoT applications built with […]

FMX Strings – Best Practices

In C the first character of an array begins at index zero (0), legacy strings were essentially an array of characters terminated by a null character. To determine the length of the string you would use the strlen function. The practice of indexing from zero is common to all languages based on the C syntax […]

Delphi Fmx (DFM) Objects Into Code

Introduction Recently I downloaded a Delphi project from GitHub, the beginning of a Trello clone. I found the application, although in very early stages, to be quite charming, and wanted to play around with it a little: The first thing I set out to do was to dynamically generate items, and it struck me that […]

Awesome Applications Built in Delphi

Delphi is a very viable development option, and to demonstrate that I’m dedicating this page to showcase modern applications written in Delphi/Free Pascal/Oxygene etc. As I stumble upon applications I’ll add them to this post. Please feel free to add a comment if you’d like to bring an application to my attention. The very first […]