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Download free Borland Delphi 2005 Reviewer's Guide.pdf Welcome to the Delphi 2005 Reviewer's Guide. This document will familiarize you with Delphi 2005, the newest version of Borland's flagship development environment, culminating more than twenty years of technological innovation. The Delphi 2005 Reviewer's Guide is organized into two parts. In this first part, the Overview, you will find a general introduction to Borland Delphi 2005.

The second part of this guide takes you on a tour of Delphi 2005. It is organized by the major areas of software development and support in Delphi 2005, providing you with an overview of each area, and is followed by a description of the many updates, enhancements, and additions introduced in this release. If you are already a Borland enthusiast, you may want to quickly scan the overview section, concentrating instead on the updates that make this the most important upgrade to Delphi since it debuted in 1995.

Delphi's legacy began in 1983, when Turbo Pascal set a new standard for software engineering. The evolution of Turbo Pascal reads like a history lesson in the advancement of software development, including the introduction of such groundbreaking innovations as an integrated development environment (IDE), integrated debugging, syntax-highlighting, a powerful object-oriented programming (OOP) model, and OWL, the Object Windows Library. With the release of Delphi 1.0 in February of 1995, Borland proved that component-based development could be applied in an object-oriented environment, permitting developers to rapidly build applications while maximizing code reuse. In more ways than one, Delphi blazed a trail that would eventually be followed by the framework class library (FCL) of the Microsoft .NET Framework.


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