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20 Feb 2004 The rules haven't changed
These are links to blog entries that describe how some of the features of Delphi 8 haven't changed despite the radical platform shift.
Allen Bauer Article
20 Feb 2004 Using Delphi 7 to target Delphi 8 IDE Open Tools Development
Using the specially compiled IDE packages described in this article, a special version of the Delphi 7 IDE can be created to target Delphi 8 OTA development.
Allen Bauer Article
19 Feb 2004 Why VCL for .NET?
Why did Borland create VCL for .NET, and when should you use it instead of .NET's own Windows Forms framework?
Danny Thorpe Article
5 Feb 2004 Delphi 8 for .NET Compiler Update Addendum
The Feb04 Delphi 8 for .NET compiler update contains a fix that may affect you if you are in the habit of rebuilding the VCL for .NET source code from scratch.
Danny Thorpe Article
27 Jan 2004 Borland Data Provider (BDP) for the Microsoft.NET Framework
High-performance enterprise database development for ADO.NET
John Kaster White Paper
23 Dec 2003 Comparing and contrasting C#Builder and Delphi forms by Clay Shannon
Wherein the difference between Delphi forms and C#Builder forms are discussed, along with comparisons of some of their corresponding properties, methods, and events.
Clay Shannon Contributed Article
19 Dec 2003 Article: Accessing DB2 Universal Database Tables with Delphi for .NET
Bob Swart shows how Borland Delphi 8 for the Microsoft .NET Framework lets you build native .NET applications that connect to IBM DB2 UDB tables, display the data in a DataGrid, and edit, apply, or undo changes in the database tables.
Bob Swart Contributed Article
19 Dec 2003 Using standard .NET controls in VCL .NET applications with Delphi 8
A step by step guide to importing a BCL Winforms component into a VCL package for use in a VCL application
John Kaster Article
19 Dec 2003 Delphi 8 for the Microsoft .NET Framework Features Matrix
Delphi 8 Features Matrix
Troy Kitch Article
19 Dec 2003 Press Release: Borland® Delphi™ 8 for the Microsoft® .NET Framework Now Shipping
The following press release on the availability of Delphi 8 was distributed via Businesswire today, December 19, 2003 at 3:15 p.m. (PT).
David Intersimone Press Release
19 Dec 2003 BDNtv: Delphi 8 ASP.NET Development, and Win32 migration
Watch this 5 minute flash demo to see how easy it is to build data-aware ASP.NET applications with Delphi 8, and how your current code investment is preserved
John Kaster Video
7 Nov 2003 Delphi 8 sneak peek
See a 5 minute flash movie on new features coming in Delphi 8 for the Microsoft .NET Framework
John Kaster Article
6 Oct 2003 Octane preview teaser 1: Building WinForms with Delphi for .NET
Get your first sneak peek at Delphi for .NET! And stay tuned for more, coming soon ...
John Kaster Article
5 Sep 2003 Leverage your .NET investment with 2 days of training
Get trained by the experts in the community!
Anders Ohlsson Article
11 Jul 2003 Data Access in ADO.NET
ADO.NET provides the native data access layer for the .NET framework. This article is the first in a series to look at ADO.NET, and begins a discussion of the data access mechanism.
Cary Jensen Contributed Article
7 Jul 2003 BDNtv: ASP.NET datagrid design with C#Builder
This simple example shows how you can use C#Builder to rapidly create a data-aware ASP.NET application with minimal coding efforts
John Kaster Video
7 Jul 2003 BDNtv: Parameterized queries with ASP.NET in C#Builder
This example demonstrates how to create an ASP.NET application that uses a Calendar to drive the values for a parameterized query to a sales table
John Kaster Video
7 Jul 2003 BDNtv: Creating a master-detail WinForm with C#Builder
This example shows how to use C#Builder to create a master/detail DataGrid application for .NET WinForms using C#Builder
John Kaster Video
3 Jul 2003 BDNtv: Simple Database Development with C#Builder
Learn how to create a .NET database application in C#Builder without writing any code
John Kaster Video
26 May 2003 Microsoft and Borland Webcasts
Microsoft and Borland present Borland solutions for the Microsoft .NET framework
John Kaster Article

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