For going on twenty years, RemObjects Software has been dedicated to creating state of the art tools for software developments that our users love and cherish.
A multi-language multi-platform software development environment for all your programming needs.
Fast, secure and scalable multi-tier database access for .NET, Delphi, Java and Xcode.
Build reliable and robust client-server communication into your apps.
Mix Delphi, .NET, Java and Elements code in a single Windows application.
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...are exploring next generation gaming ideas for mobile platforms, built in Oxygene and Remoting SDK.
RemObjects' user base is as widely-ranged as its tools – from single developer shops to Fortune 500 companies and major house-hold brands, including:
"Behind The Build" is a new blog series where I will try to give some background information on some of the highlights of the weekly change log.As you probably know, we ship a new build of Elements every Friday (come rain or shine, usually), and while each build comes
Yesterday, Apple annoucned its new M1 chip, and three new Macs that will use it, shipping next week. We all expected great things from the move to Apple Silicon, first teased at WWDC, but if the performance claims Apple made yesterday turn out to be true (a 3.5x speed
This second part of our series on DI will be a bit more technical. It will discuss new APIs provided by Remoting SDK, their performance and other technical details.
This past weekend, I had the great honor to join Fellippe on the QB64 Podcast, QB64 Report, to talk about the past and future of BASIC, Elements, and our new currently-in-development Mercury front-end for the compiler, which brings Microsoft's VisualBasic.NET™ language to all of Elements' platforms.You can listen
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