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InstantObjects for Delphi

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Welcome to InstantObjects, the integrated framework for developing object-oriented business solutions in Delphi (from 2010 to 10.3 Rio version)

InstantObjects is a RAD technology that enables creation of applications based on persistent business objects. It simplifies the process of realizing ideas into products; shortens time-to-market, and helps keep business focus.

Even though it is still a bolted-on technology, InstantObjects integrates with the Delphi IDE and Object Pascal in a simple, flexible and intuitive manner. There are no sophisticated environments that have to be comprehended before application development can begin.

InstantObjects offers:

  • Model realization in the Delphi IDE via integrated two-way tools.

  • Object persistence in the most common relational databases or flat XML-based files.

  • Object presentation via standard data-aware controls.

Project Status The project is still managed by Ethea S.r.l., an italian company that uses InstantObjects for InstantSolution Framework.

You can find more information about this Open-Source project in the wiki section.

InstantObjects source files are released under the Mozilla Public License Version 1.1. You may obtain a copy of the License at

www.mozilla.org/MPL/MPL-1.1.html

Contributors are welcome

All InstantObjects users are invited to join us in this project.

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