CodeGear - C++Builder 2007 - Are you ready for Vista?

By: David Intersimone

Abstract: eDM from CodeGear for the new C++Builder 2007

 
Upgrade or build new applications with seamless Vista support.

C++Builder 2007 the world’s leading native RAD C++ tool revolutionizes Windows C++ development with seamless support for the cutting edge technology of Windows Vista™ including VCL support for the Aero™ user interface, Vista Desktop™, and built-in support for Vista APIs.


 
 

C++Builder® 2007 revolutionizes development with integrated support for the cutting
edge technology of Windows Vista including themed applications and seamless VCL
support for Aero? and Vista Desktop.

Write once and keep running.
The new Vista enhanced VCL seamlessly supports XP and 2000 at the same time. Now you can use C++ Builder 2007 to develop applications on Windows 2000, XP, or Vista and deploy them on all.

Build rich Client/Server Web 2.0 Business Applications.
Build complex corporate web applications that support AJAX techniques. Since low-level technologies are embedded in VCL for the Web, it’s easy to focus on your code and UI design—without ever needing to know JavaScript, HTML, CSS, or HTTP.

Latest Conformance and Compatibility.
You’ll get the latest standards with improved conformance and compatibility to ANSI C++, Dinkumware and Boost Library. For popular Internet protocols we have also updated our open source sockets library to the Indy 10 Internet Protocol Suite.

Make fast work of bug fixes.
An intuitive new debugger interface puts powerful tools at your fingertips. For better insight into your code, the Call Stack View shows which items contain debugging information. Dockable views enable you to drill down on individual panes of the CPU View, so you can inspect the low-level aspects of your application alongside its source code. With the ability to tell the debugger to ignore non-user breakpoints, dealing with third-party libraries that contain hard-coded breakpoints becomes less intrusive.

To find out more about C++Builder 2007 and see a full feature matrix click here.

If you would like to speak to a Sales Rep please call 1-888-233-2224.


CodeGear Events

CodeGear Delphi and C++Builder Roadmap Community Chat & Demos - June 19-22

We invite you to attend a series of community presentations during the week of June 18th that will focus on the recently unveiled Delphi and C++Builder product roadmaps. These presentations will also demonstrate some of the new capabilities in Delphi 2007 for Win32 and C++Builder 2007. We will also take your questions about the current versions of CodeGear products and the product roadmaps. Sign up now!

CodeGear Developer Days - June 26 & 27

Join us online for 2 free exciting Developer Days, June 26 (Tuesday) and 27 (Wednesday), where you will get technical insight straight from CodeGear team members into the new release of C++Builder® 2007, Delphi® 2007, Delphi® for PHP and InterBase®.

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