Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 8th Aug 2006 18:37 UTC, submitted by anonymous
General Development Borland Software's Developer Tools Group is moving back to the company's roots and relaunching its Turbo brand of products - offering the tools both for beginners and nonprogrammers, as well as for professionals. Borland officials said the company is bringing back its Turbo brand of tools as a set of low-cost, language-specific rapid application development tools for students, hobbyist developers, occupational developers and individual programming professionals.
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RE: Visual Studio and Delphi
by REM2000 on Wed 9th Aug 2006 08:31 UTC in reply to "Visual Studio and Delphi"
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i agree with the remarks about usability, i love the Delphi UI, much easier to program for me, although i think it's subjective as im sure a lot of people will prefer the VS UI.

However stability is not Delphi's strong point as it's usually a rollercosta ride. Delphi 3 excellent product, delphi 4 bug ridden PITA, delphi 5,6,7 again good products although the .net stuff in 7 was patchy. However 8 had gone back to being a little unstable.

Out of all of them i still prefer delphi 6, pretty much stable and quite quick aswell.

Nice thing about delphi is the components are usually well written. The language strikes a nice balance for new users and pro's, and ive found the EXE's (win32) one of the fastest compiled.

I hope Borland is REALLY going back to it's roots with their turbo products, as they are very funcational and well designed and personally i find Delphi the fastest and best RAD software out there.

It would be nice if they went cross platform (Win/Mac/Linux), in a better way than Klyix.

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