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Delphi Prism

Delphi Prism group covering all aspects of Delphi development on the .Net and Mono platforms.

This group is focused on using Delphi to target .Net and Mono. Delphi.Net shipped with Delphi 7 and 8, Delphi for .Net shipped with 2005-8, and the new Delphi Prism is based on Borland's original work with Delphi.Net and continued by RemObjects as Oxygene.  The new Delphi Prism language is the Oxygene language and was licensed by Embarcadero CodeGear from RemObjects and renamed Delphi Prism.

A world with ONLY ONE serious development tool for a target platform such as .Net is not good. We look forward to a time when you can easily sell clients and bosses on either C#, VB.Net, or Delphi Prism.

The Delphi team has proven itself as a leader in building the tools that developers use to build applications starting with Win16 native code back in 1994, followed by native code Win32 application development, they even dipped their toes in Linux coding with Kylix (now defunct), and there are plans for a Delphi for Win64 in the works! Currently Delphi for Win32 can handle the most complex Win32 native code projects with ease, speed, and power.

Delphi Prism screen shot.Want to become a moderator?
We are currently looking for someone to moderate our Delphi.Net message boards. You don't have to be an expert, but you should be familiar with the general features of Delphi for .Net. If you're interested, send a private message to Mike Prestwood. Once you are a moderator, you will receive an email whenever someone posts.

Want to become an author?
We are currently looking for authors to post to this group's knowledge base. We are interested in both getting started material as well as expert material. If you're interested, send a private message to Mike Prestwood or get started by submitting content to our Delphi Prism KB Topic (or any subtopic).

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