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The Delphi VCL comes to Oxygene

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/09/03

Interesting approach, which makes one more “cross platform VCL” from outside the Embarcadero pipeline [WayBack] The Delphi VCL comes to Oxygene:

Developers switching from Delphi to Oxygene are loving our “Delphi RTL” compatibility library, as it helps them move their code over to new platforms without having to embrace all the new APIs at once. With the new Elements 10 builds we shipped in the past couple of weeks,

CrossVCL (by KSDev, the former FMX architects) already brings VCL to Linux through the Embarcadero compilers; VCL for Oxygene brings it – through the Oxygene compilers – to WebAssembly first and later to Cocoa and WPF.

I wonder how Windows VCL compatible both approaches are.

Via [WayBack – Ondrej Kelle – Google+


2 Responses to “The Delphi VCL comes to Oxygene”

  1. lhengen said


    I would think the “secret sauce” is the same as in most businesses: better management and talent acquisition/retention. REMObjects is a distributed Agile team….like most successful teams are in this day and age. If only IT Managers would see that, maybe there would be more remote jobs available.

  2. Ned Daniels said

    It baffles me how remobjects succeed in this market when Borland failed (despite the period of co-operation back then), and Embi seems to struggle with even now.
    What’s the secret sauce?
    But hey, full respects to remobjects. Really well done.

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