RemObjects at BorCon

Alessandro Federici had BOF session today about RemObjects Framework and Chrome.
Borland wasn’t be able to manage to put his name on BC Update flyer for some reason but people did come and able to see in action an elegant solution provided by RemObjects for Delphi developers. Visit www.remobjects.com and see this great library.

As a second part of presentation we saw Chrome

Chrome is RemObjects’ Next Generation Object Pascal language for the .NET and Mono Platforms. While implementing a language that stays true to the beauty and elegance of Object Pascal, Chrome adds useful design elements from other languages such as C#, Java and Eiffel, and it introduces its own language innovations.
Use Chrome to write fully managed native .NET applications for the Microsoft .NET Framework, the Compact Framework or the Mono Platform, and develop your applications inside the well known Visual Studio .NET IDE

I really would like to see evolution of this product. If you are open for changes in Object Pascal language then it will worth to look at it.
Alessandro and team is introducing a new language which is similar to OP (about 80%) but added few extensions to it (aside from one related to .Net framework).
For now it is just language (no designer), but you can code in it for .Net. And… it compiles and run!!!! And it is in Visual Studio, it consumes it, so all features of VS.Net available for developers.

Using Pascal language for last 15 years, I really looking forward what this project became over time. Great staf.

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