No matter what development platform(s) you work on, RemObjects Software has the right tools for you.
...are reporting the Weather for the caribbean island using a combination of native Android and iPhone apps and .NET-based back-end services. All in RemObjects Swift.
6 major programming languages — for all major platforms.
Elements is a development toolchain comprising compiler, IDE and various supporting tools and technologies. With Elements, you can build applications for all modern platforms using your language of choice, without sacrificing direct platform access or succumbing to "lowest common denominator" experiences.
Secure, scalable, multi-tier database access. On all platforms.
Data Abstract is an industry-leading framework for building database applications using the well-established "multi-tier" data access approach. It works with a variety of platforms, providing uniquely efficient and secure data transport, flexible data abstraction models and more.
Build cross-platform network servers and clients.
Remoting SDK lets you easily create network services, expose them across the network, and write client code to call them from all modern platforms. You focus on your code, and the SDK brings scalability, security and efficient network communication in for you, automatically.
Hydra 6.6 Now with support for .NET Core plugins!
Now with support for .NET Core plugins!
Go beyond Delphi.
Hydra allows you to leverage your existing Delphi codebase while also using other development technologies. Seamlessly integrate .NET, Java or Elements/Island code and GUI into your Delphi applications, or reuse legacy Delphi code in your new .NET projects.
RemObjects' user base is as widely-ranged as its tools – from single developer shops to Fortune 500 companies and major house-hold brands, including:
This week's build of Elements gives a first peek at an exciting new feature we've been working on for the Fire IDE: CodeBot.CodeBot is a smart coding assistant that can help you write, analyze and correct your code in any of the six Elements languages.
Hi everyone. Today's build of Elements 11, build .2771, brings a first glance at two new experimental features: the ability to run the Elements compiler on .NET Core and — more excitingly — the Water IDE, as well.Of course, Elements has supported building apps for .NET Core,
What if you could save money on your RemObjects Software product licenses when referring others to check out the products you use and love every day?Today we are happy to introduce the new RemObjects Software Referral Program, which allows you to do just that! By referring other (new) users
Today Delphi is 27 years old. Wow.I remember taking a half-day off work (I was doing my year of social services at an Institute for Worker's Safety in Dortmund, Germany, developing an app with Borland Pascal for 7 Windows) on Valentine's Day of 1995 to
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)
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