December 28, 2012

Written in Delphi: Some More Programs and Links

I thought of writing individual entries, but got quite a few emails. So here is a short summary. Keep them coming.

I thought of writing individual entries, but got quite a few emails. So here is a short summary.

First of all, there are lists of Delphi applications at different sites. Two worth recommending are:

The former is a shorter list, managed independently and with some information, the latter managed by Embarcadero is very long, but I keep finding the user interface a bit hard. For example, it is not easy to figure out how many entries are there: Looks hundreds, but the infinite scrolling doesn't help much for counting. (I skipped those two links in the previous post only because I blogged them in the past, but some repetition can help).

From blog comments and emails, I got the following list:

Keep them coming.

 





 

11 Comments

HelpNDoc help and documentation generation tool 

HelpNDoc is written using Delphi XE:
http://www.helpndoc.com

HelpNDoc can generate multiple documentation formats
from a single source: HTML, CHM, Word, PDF, EPub and
Kindle eBooks as well as iPhone and Android specific
web-sites. It is free for personal use.
Comment by John [http://www.helpndoc.com] on December 28, 13:22

Written in Delphi Some More Programs and Links 

Marco,

Here is our flagship product developed initially in 
Delphi 7 and now in XE2 (Preparing to migrate to XE3)

This is a very professional IP Camera surveillance 
software that has over 85% of market share in Brazil and 
is sold to over 70 countries around the world

http://www.digifort.com/digifort-enterprise 
Comment by Eric Fleming Bonilha [http://www.digifort.com.br] on December 28, 15:42

Written in Delphi Some More Programs and Links 

WP Descriptive Name Explorer at
http://knowisinc.com/wpdname.html
Comment by Max Williams [knowisinc.com] on December 28, 17:06

Written in Delphi Some More Programs and Links 

I don't know if I'm supposed to post software I'm
involved with, but there's WeBuilder
(http://webuilderapp.com) and a bunch of other
applications by Blumentals Software
(http://www.blumentals.biz/)
Comment by Aivars on December 28, 17:20

Written in Delphi Some More Programs and Links 

SynWrite is especially useful as it's a nice open
source Delphi replacement for Notepad. Also not only
for Notepad but for Notepad++ and UltraEdit too. It
has even plugins system (e.g. FTP client is a plugin).
Comment by EditPP on December 28, 17:48

Written in Delphi Some More Programs and Links 

TotalCommander was in Delphi! The new version is in
FPC and not in Delphi any more. 
Comment by Yogi Yang [] on December 29, 10:04

Written in Delphi Some More Programs and Links 

I know of two more software that is not famous outside
India but has very big following here.

Ones name is Studio Designer. It is an image
processing application that allows one to easily
create Photo Album pages.

Another one is PhotoLock that allows one to distribute
their own copyright photos/images compiles as an
Executable without worrying about anyone stealing them.
Comment by Yogi Yang on December 29, 10:09

Written in Delphi Some More Programs and Links 

Semanta Modeler is our data modeling solution, based 
on the Semantic data modeling concepts.



It has recently been migrated to Delphi XE3.
Comment by PPCOAS [http://www.semantamodeler.com/] on December 29, 11:01

Written in Delphi Some More Programs and Links 

All the software from Pointstone Software website is 
written in Delphi (XE-XE3): 

http://www.pointstone.com/products/
http://www.pointstone.com/labs/
Comment by Steven Martins [http://www.pointstone.com] on December 29, 17:58

Written in Delphi Some More Programs and Links 

I have written (and still working on it) a multimedia
and home automation application called the Digital
Home Server (http://www.digitalhomeserver.net).  It's
a hobby project, although it got somewhat out of hand ;)

It's written in Delphi XE Starter, and I think it's a
nice showcase of what is possible with the lower
version of Delphi.  Actually, it's pretty powerful,
there is not much I can not achieve.  Some challenges
require a creative approach, but that's ideal for a
hobbyist, isn't it ?

Soitjes.
  
Comment by Soitjes [http://www.digitalhomeserver.net] on December 29, 21:24

Written in Delphi Some More Programs and Links 

KChess Advance and KChess Elite are written in Delphi 7.

Both programs have found a surprising audience with
vision-impaired users - the Delphi forms can be made
to work very well with screen reader software, and I
added some extra voice feedback myself.

I haven't updated these programs for a while, but
would love to get in and update them with XE3.
Comment by Rob McDonell [http://www.arkangles.com] on December 31, 06:00


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