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Raize Components 6 updates for Delphi XE6

Posted by jpluimers on 2014/04/22

Just found out that a new version of Raize Components 6 with Delphi XE6 support got released.

Raize Components 6 actually supports Delphi 2009 through XE6 (and C++ Builder and RAD Studio).

Older Delphi versions are also supported by older Raize Component versions, as Ray Konopka posted last year:

via Raize Software Support Forums • View topic – Installing multiple versions of the Raize Components.

(In the above quote, I included the links to the various trial versions).

There is also the famous Demo program download RCDemo.zip and nice videos:

via Raize Components Demo/Trial Edition.

For the dot version nitpickers, here are the current versions as of writing:    

  • Raize Components 6.1.8
  • Raize Components 5.5.1
  • Raize Components 4.3.2
  • Raize Components 3.1

via Raize Components Updates.

— jeroen

3 Responses to “Raize Components 6 updates for Delphi XE6”

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  2. woutervannifterick said

    Ray should be asked to rework the VCL, because he clearly knows how to create a stable set of very user-friendly (both for developers and endusers) and feature-rich components.

    I always think of Raize Components as “the VCL as it should’ve been”.

    The only downside is that it’s a third party library, and I try to avoid those as much as possible. So maybe RC could be incorporated into the VCL (wouldn’t be the first third-party code that gets integrated). If you remove the RZ prefix for each component it’s pretty much a drop-in replacement for its VCL counterpart, with the kind of cool stuff that users are looking for in new Delphi releases.

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