Re: C#Builder 2007(2008)
- From: Dennis Ortiz <d2ortiz@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2007 13:13:27 -0400
.Net is a platform that we leverage to the advantage of Delphi
developers. We believe that ASP.NET is a great tool for building
websites and web applications, so we are providing a solution for
Delphi developers to leverage ASP.NET to develop web sites.
We think that VCL.NET is a superior solution for building desktop
applications in the managed space. We leverage the advantages of the
.Net platform with our proven VCL framework to provide a solution for
managed client applications.
If your view of a ".Net Strategy" is "support everything on the .Net
platform, chasing Microsoft around and trying to be Visual Studio.Net",
then we don't have a .Net Strategy.
this is good and i hope this work, but what scare use is the constants stategy changes. if this Wii path is what codegear choose fine, but please stay with it for a long time.
If you think that .Net is a framework that Delphi developers can
leverage to accomplish what they want to accomplish, then you'll
understand our .Net strategy a little bit better.
how codegear will encorage third party developers to make vcl.net components and what is the migration path for delphi/winforms/Eco ( and maybe third part components like stimulsoft reports) users.
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