White Paper: Reasons to Migrate to Delphi XE – What you might have missed since Delphi 7

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Delphi community, many of you have been looking for compelling reasons to migrate to Delphi XE, each developer in a old version of Delphi.

This article gives a few good reasons to migrate, along with an overview of the most important features added to Delphi product releases since version 7. If you already read my article “Reasons to migrate from Delphi 7 to Delphi 2009”, this article include updates related with Delphi 2010 and XE.

We understand that developers are busy creating software, and that spending time to migrate to a new version is not always possible since you always have to deliver new projects.

Possibly the best reason for you to migrate to Delphi XE, C++Builder XE or RAD Studio XE, is that buying those versions gets you earlier versions at no extra cost. For example buying Delphi XE also gets you Delphi 7, Delphi 2007, Delphi 2009 and Delphi 2010.

I hope this article answer all of your question, any additional question let us know how.

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13 replies
  1. kdv
    kdv says:

    skipping: Reasons_to_migrate_to_Delphi_XE_White_Paper.pdf.zip: this file is not in the standard Zip 2.0 format
    Please see http://www.winzip.com/zip20.htm for more information.
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  2. Dorin Duminica
    Dorin Duminica says:

    I see EMB is pushing hard to sell even tho’ the customer support is terrible… but who cares?! sell, sell, sell and if we have time between selling and counting the money we might give our customers the support they need… IF AND ONLY IF…

  3. Rolf
    Rolf says:

    you wrote that, by buying Delphi XE, one would get Delphi 7 as well.
    I bought Rad Studio XE and cannot find a download link for Delphi 7 in the Downloads section.

    What do I have to do?



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