Borland Delphi 7 Studio Enterprise
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Borland Delphi 7 Studio Enterprise | 135.87 MB
Borland DelphiTM 7 Studio Enterprise delivers new, fully integrated technologies for increased developer productivity. Get your applications ready for the path to the Microsoft .NET Framework with the Delphi 7 Studio Migration Kit for .NET. Use ModelMaker visual modeling based on UMLTM technology to develop your applications efficiently, and add interactive content to Web sites by visually building dynamic serverside HTML Web applications with AToZed Software IntraWeb. DataSnapTM technology (formerly MIDAS) now delivers royaltyfree scalable middleware drivers for creating multitier enterpriseclass database solutions.
And with the included Borland KylixTM 3 for Delphi environment, take your WindowsR applications crossplatform to LinuxR for increased ROI. Delphi 7 Studio Enterprise edition delivers UML modeling to the Delphi developer through ModelMaker. To take advantage of the complete MDA story, a Delphi developer needs to purchase the Architect edition to benefit from BoldSoft Bold for Delphi that provides the ability to dynamically and persistently update the model, delivering a complete MDA solution. In short, the difference between the Enterprise and Architect editions is BoldSoft Bold for Delphi. The Enterprise edition includes IntraWeb from AToZed, Nevrona RAVE, and XP ThemeManager.
IntelR PentiumR 233 MHz or higher Microsoft Windows XP, 2000, 98 64 MB RAM (128 MB recommended) 450 MB hard disk space for full install CDROM drive SVGA or higher resolution monitor Mouse or other pointing device
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