Delphi 7 SE is an improved version of Delphi 7 Professional, created with the purpose to offer a true Delphi 7 successor to a significant part of the Delphi community, neglected by Borland for too many years.
If you are sick of the releases that Borland has produced since they became the MS .NET bitch, you will like Delphi 7 SE. Also, if you have any fixes for VCL bugs that Borland has refused to solve along the years, you have now the opportunity to see them integrated in the product.
Borland Delphi 7 Studio is designed to be #1 independent path to Microsoft .Net. Borland Delphi 7 Studio enables developers to design applications for numerous Windows platforms, including Win 95, Win 98 and Win 2000, in addition to .Net, as well as for the Linux platform using Kylix.
At last, Delphi 7 Studio includes Kylix (version 3), to enable developers to take their applications cross-platform to Linux.
New features range from support for the UML in the Arhitect version, to rapid and visuall building dynamic server-side HTML Web applications inside the Enterprise version. Delphi 7 is armed with several major changes in the following areas: IDE, Web technology, COM, Database technology, Component library, Runtime library, Compiler Delphi 7 also ships with Rave Reports (report generating engine) and ModelMaker (modeling/case tool).
Delphi 7 supports Windows XP Themes environments: now you can enable the VCL of Delphi 7 Studio applications to support the enhanced look of Windows XP Themes. Further more, top three editions enable you to create and consume Web Services applications.
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