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10 Mins. From Legacy To Legend – Code Modernization Made Easy – Embarcadero’s CodeRage 2019

Delphi Modernization Made Easy – Part 1


This video includes an overview of the corona virus pandemic & its impact on the Information Technology systems around the world, as of 2020.
Review how you can quickly & easily modernize your Delphi IT system & upgrade your Borland Delphi code to latest Embarcadero’s Delphi 10.4 Sydney & bridge the gap of technology to 2020.

Delphi Modernization Made Easy – Part 2

The Benefits of Modernizing Legacy Delphi IT Systems.

 

Delphi Modernization Made Easy – Part 3

BRIDGING THE GAP OF LEGACY DELPHI IT SYSTEMS & OVERCOMING TECHNOLOGY OBSTACLES

A Replay of the Delphi Parser Session for Embarcadero’s CodeRage 2018

The Bot That Writes Code

The Delphi Parser is a Bot That Writes Code. It’s an automatic code builder aimed for Automation of Legacy Software Migration. It’s a Software Development Kit, packed with features & functions to ease & automate code refactoring. It is the developers & compilers new best friend. It can transform an old existing code, spread in lots of files & folder around the network, with millions of code lines, tons of objects, and produces a new & upgraded code, within a few minutes!

BDE to FireDAC Migration Wizard Demo

The Delphi Parser is an automatic code builder aimed for Automatization of Legacy Software Migrartion. It’s a Software Development Kit, packed with features & functions to ease & automate code refactoring. It is the developers & compilers new best friend. It can transform an old existing code, spread in lots of files & folder arround the network, with millions of code lines, tons of objects, and produces a new & upgraded code, within a few minutes!

Watch Embarcadero’s Webinar About Legacy Migration with The Delphi Parser

Watch this webinar from Embarcadero on March 2016, about Legacy Migration where they talk about the advantages of using the Delphi Parser to automate code migration.

The webinar is about 90 min. For specific talks about the Delphi Parser jump to min. 22,26,40 & 1:05

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