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.
RemObjects is one of the leading third party component vendors for Embarcadero Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio.
Data Abstract is the platform's premier framework for building secure and scalable database applications using the multi-tier database model. It is build on top of Remoting SDK, a library for creating robust network servers and clients.
And Oxygene is a Delphi-compatible Object Pascal compiler that lets Delphi developers use the language they know and love for development on a variety of target platforms, such as .NET, Java, WebAssembly and for native Apple and Android apps.
Elements is a modern multi-purpose software development tool chain.
It supports six popular programming languages: Oxygene (Object Pascal), Swift, C#, Java, Go and Mercury (VB), for all modern platforms.
With Elements, you program for any platform you like – whether individually, or while sharing code between projects and platforms.
And it comes with rich integrated development environments for Windows and macOS, making you productive, no matter where you work or what platform(s) you target.
RemObjects provides a range of frameworks and tools for the .NET, .NET Core and ASP.NET development space.
Data Abstract allows .NET developers to build secure and scalable database applications using the multi-tier database model. It is build on top of Remoting SDK, a library for creating robust network servers and clients.
Mercury revitalizes the Visual Basic.NET language, keeping it relevant for modern .NET development, adding long-requested new language features, and bringing it to a variety of new target platforms: WebAssembly, Java, Apple, Android and native Windows and Linux.
Elements is a full compiler and development tool chain that brings six languages to .NET (and other platforms): the aforementioned Mercury, Oxygene, Swift, Java, Go, and an enhanxced version of C#. It integrates into Visual Studio and comes with its own powerful light-weight native IDEs for Windows and Mac.
...is building a global network for coordinating volunteer works, using Data Abstract, Relativity Server, and the Oxygene language on ASP.NET.
Data Abstract allows your iOS, macOS, tvOs and watchOS apps to connect to your data sources fast and securely. It is build on top of Remoting SDK, a library for creating robust network servers and clients.
Elements is a full compiler and development tool chain that brings six languages to Cocoa (and other plaforms): C#, Oxygene, Mercury, Swift, Java, and Go. It comes with its own powerful light-weight native IDEs for both Mac and Windows.
RemObjects' user base is as widely-ranged as its tools – from single developer shops to Fortune 500 companies and major house-hold brands, including:
I'm a big fan of Classic ASP.NET for web development, and (among other things) our website is built 100% on ASP.NET with Elements. But, as you might have heard or found out, classic ASP.NET (by which I mean .aspx files, <% tags, and the like)
Based on user feedback, we have decided to change our licensing model for our yearly subscriptions to Elements, Remoting SDK, Data Abstract and the Suite back to fully perpetual licenses.As you may recall, for Elements 10 and later Remoting SDK/Data Abstract 10, we changed to a true subscription
Actors are (next to async/await) the big thing for Swift 5.5 this year. If, like me, reading the official spec makes you want to kill yourself slowly, and even the WWDC2021 videos make your eyes roll to the back of your head, I'm taking a deep
Join me and my former colleague Jim McKeeth next Tuesday, June 8, for our webinar on using WebAssembly with Elements — with a specific focus on Oxygene and Delphi developers.Jim and i will talk about what WebAssembly is, how it fits in the overall suite of web technologies and
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