Delphi Prism – Get the latest for .NET and Mono development plus a year of upgrades included

By: Tim DelChiaro

Abstract: Buy Delphi Prism and get a full year of updates and upgrades at no extra charge

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Delphi Prism is the new Visual Studio based Delphi development solution that lets you use your existing Delphi programming skills to build .NET applications, and take advantage of the latest.NET technologies such as WinForms, WPF, ASP.NET and LINQ. With Delphi Prism you can develop database applications using familiar dbExpress functionality and .NET clients that connect to native DataSnap servers.

Buy Delphi Prism 2009 today and get a year of updates and full version upgrades at no extra charge.

With a year of included updates and upgrades, you’ll always be up-to-date with the latest new product features, fixes, and support for the latest .NET technologies.

Key Delphi Prism features include:

  • Complete solution for .NET development
  • Powerful full featured Delphi Prism development language
  • dbExpress framework for building database applications
  • Develop for the Mono platform and target Linux and Mac OS
  • DataSnap client creation
  • Blackfish SQL database with included deployment license

Learn more about Delphi Prism

Download a free 30-day Trial of Delphi Prism

Buy now and take advantage of the year of updates and upgrades offer

Delphi Prism users will automatically be enrolled for one year of updates and upgrades based on the email address used for their product order and the date of the order. This offer is available when purchasing directly from Embarcadero or any of our reseller partners worldwide.

Delphi Prism is also available as part of CodeGear RAD Studio 2009 which also includes Delphi 2009 and C++Builder 2009 for native Windows development. The included year of updates/upgrades is only available with standalone purchases of Delphi Prism and not with purchases of RAD Studio 2009.

Don’t miss out on this valuable offer. Get Delphi Prism today!


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