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.
All the tools you need, in one package. Read More
...is building a global network for coordinating volunteer works, using Data Abstract, Relativity Server, and the Oxygene language on ASP.NET.
RemObjects' user base is as widely-ranged as its tools – from single developer shops to Fortune 500 companies and major house-hold brands, including:
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
Remoting SDK for .NET adds support for Microsoft.Extensions.Hosting and Topshelf.
RemObjects Mercury breathes new life into the Visual Basic.NET ecosystem, future-proofing the language and taking it beyond .NET to new platforms.
With this week's Stable release of Elements, build .2627, we've increased the major version number from 10 to 11 (insert a Spın̈al Tap joke here). This is to celebrate the newest addition to our language family, Mercury, but also the range of
The next build of Remoting SDK and Data Abstract will bring several quite important features.Some of them are relatively small ones, like support for Async Service Methods in Code-First Servers on .NET; others are a quite important and long awaited step forward.Let me introduce NuGet packages for
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