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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...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:
Interesting day at Apple Park yesterday, as the first online-only WWDC kicked off with many exciting announcements across all of Apple's platforms.There's a lot to digest, but for this post, which i'll be updating over the week, i'll be focusing on what IMHO was the most anticipated and most
One of the main use cases of the Go language with Elements is to use functionality from one of the countless existing Go libraries in your own project. Of course, it is always possible to just add the .gosource files to your project directly, but for using complete libraries
I'm super thrilled to announce that we just shipped a new Stable Channel release for Data Abstract and Remoting SDK 10. Build .1481 brings a range of enhancements and improvements, but there are two that I want to call out in this post specifically.First, we are really excited that
Hi everyone.I wanted to give you a brief update on the state of things here at RemObjects Software as we're getting further into this year of 2020 that is not unfolding as any of us would have expected.First i want to ensure you that while pretty much all
Use Go in your projects for .NET, Cocoa, Android, Java, WebAssembly — and other platforms.