By: Andreano Lanusse
Abstract: What you might have missed since Delphi 7
If you're still using Delphi 7 or any version of Delphi older than XE2, I highly recommend you to reserve sometime to read this article. Delphi has really grown with some truly cool things getting added in the time since the Delphi 7.
This article gives a few good reasons to migrate, along with an overview of all the new features added to Delphi product releases since version 7, where Delphi was an IDE to build Windows 32-bit applications and became an IDE for Windows 64-bit, Mac and iOS development.
If you already read my article “Reasons to migrate from Delphi 7 to Delphi 2009″ or “Reasons to migrate to Delphi XE”, this is the updated version including Delphi 2010, XE and XE2 new features.
I would like to remind you that migrating to Delphi XE2 gives you access to earlier versions at no extra cost. For example buying Delphi XE2 also gets you Delphi 7, Delphi 2007, Delphi 2009, Delphi 2010 and Delphi XE.
I hope this white paper answers all of your questions. If you have any additional questions, let us know.
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If you're still using an earlier version of Delphi, remember users of any earlier version can upgrade to Delphi XE2 or RAD Studio XE2 until December 30, 2011. Buy now online from the Embarcadero Store or buy from a reseller or Embarcadero Sales rep.
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