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Thread: Elevate Web Builder 2.04 Now Available with Icon/Web Font Support



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Elevate Web Builder 2.04 Now Available with Icon/Web Font Support
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  Posted: Jan 5, 2016 11:12 AM
Elevate Web Builder 2.04 was just released with new icon font support (and web font support for typography), and we've uploaded a new tutorial video showing how to use it:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5RkIZTbuj1U

Elevate Web Builder is a visual rapid application development environment for web applications. It is simple and easy to create beautiful web applications by simply dragging and dropping components on to forms, and then changing their appearance and behaviors as desired.

There is absolutely no need to learn JavaScript in order to use Elevate Web Builder. The product uses a compiler to compile Object Pascal source code into JavaScript, emitting all necessary HTML and JavaScript. In addition, the compiler can automatically compress and obfuscate the emitted JavaScript to make your web applications small and virtually unreadable by another developer. You can then quickly and easily deploy your application to the destination of your choosing.

The Elevate Web Builder Web Server is included with the product. The web server can load web server modules (.dlls) created using Delphi. Any existing non-visual Delphi desktop application code can be used in the web server modules. Database adapter components are also provided for exposing custom data sources as Elevate Web Builder datasets. The use of the included web server is optional, and you can use any web server of your choosing. It's main benefit is that it can automatically serve up pre-configured datasets to client-side Elevate Web Builder applications.

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to ask.

Tim Young
Elevate Software, Inc.
www.elevatesoft.com
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