Application Development Products
In July 2008 Embarcadero acquired CodeGear from the Borland Software Corporation. Codegear owned a number of application development products.
- Delphi is a rapid application development (RAD) environment and object-oriented dialect of the Pascal programming language, developed from Turbo Pascal. Delphi runs on Microsoft Windows, and produces applications for Windows, Mac OS X, and Apple computer portable devices.
- C++Builder is equivalent to Delphi, but based on the C++ programming language instead of Pascal, using the Delphi Visual Component Library and a native C++ compiler. Most components developed in Delphi can be used in C++Builder with no modification, although the reverse is not true.
- Delphi Prism is a rapid application development tool for the Microsoft .NET Framework and Mono, developed by Embarcadero Technologies and RemObjects Software.
- Embarcadero RAD Studio is a rapid application development package which includes Delphi, C++Builder and Delphi Prism, for building native Windows, .NET, Web, and database applications.
- RadPHP, formerly Delphi for PHP, is an IDE and rapid application development framework for PHP. The VCL for PHP class library includes many components that can be used dynamically with each other.
- 3rdRail is an integrated development environment for Ruby on Rails.
- TurboRuby is an integrated development environment for the Ruby programming language.
- JBuilder is a Java IDE built on the open source Eclipse framework.
- J Optimizer is an optimizer for Java and Java EE applications.
- CodeWright is an integrated development environment for Microsoft .NET, Borland Delphi and C++Builder. CodeWright can share code with other developers real-time. It is no longer maintained but a commercial license is still available.
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