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Thread: What will be the future of HTML5 Builder?


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Alexandre Perei...

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What will be the future of HTML5 Builder?  
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  Posted: Aug 18, 2016 2:48 AM
I bought Delphi for PHP and now I'm unhappy.
To update my product I have to get the studio raid. A product that I never use.
And I also see that the development of Html5 Builder stopped.
I honestly do not see how the Embarcadero will continue with HTML5 in this situation.
Who bought the Delphi for PHP or are interested in HTML 5 Builer is not necessarily interested in programming in Delphi or C ++.
In my view HTML5 Builder is a product that will be discontinued.
Bruce Salzman


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  Posted: Aug 18, 2016 1:59 PM   in response to: Alexandre Perei... in response to: Alexandre Perei...
Alexandre Pereira Bühler wrote:

I bought Delphi for PHP and now I'm unhappy.
To update my product I have to get the studio raid. A product that I
never use. And I also see that the development of Html5 Builder
stopped. I honestly do not see how the Embarcadero will continue
with HTML5 in this situation. Who bought the Delphi for PHP or are
interested in HTML 5 Builer is not necessarily interested in
programming in Delphi or C ++. In my view HTML5 Builder is a product
that will be discontinued.

More like 'has been discontinued'. It's been nearly four years since
HTML5 Builder was released.

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  Posted: Aug 26, 2016 8:42 AM   in response to: Bruce Salzman in response to: Bruce Salzman
Bruce Salzman wrote:
Alexandre Pereira Bühler wrote:

I bought Delphi for PHP and now I'm unhappy.

More like 'has been discontinued'. It's been nearly four years since
HTML5 Builder was released.

If you are used to Pascal/Delphi, I'd recommend moving to Elevate Web Builder for the GUI portion of your apps. I've been using it to replace all my HTML5 Builder apps, it's much easier to develop wit, though similar to both Delphi/HTMl5 Builder in event handling strategies. And the results are spectacular: see http://www.erickengelke.com for some examples of what you can do with it. The price is about 1/4 what Embarcadero charges, very reasonable. I'm a happy customer.

If you are primarily a PHP programmer, someone else may have a recommendation.

With FreePascal and soon Delphi supporting Linux, I am phasing out my PHP as the language is too prone to spelling errors and type-errors. I'm using Mormot under FPC and Delphi to support databases. It's certainly more secure than PHP.

Good luck.

Erick

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Alexandre Perei...

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  Posted: Aug 27, 2016 1:51 PM   in response to: N/A Programmer in response to: N/A Programmer
Bruce,
The development of RPCL is stopped. -> Last Update: 05/02/2013
No new releases or new components in HTML5 Builder 5. While the RAD STUDIO see releases every year.

Erick Engelke,
I appreciate your statements.

I want a real positioning of the Embarcadero on the future of HTML5 Builder. Buy RAD STUDIO to access the HTML 5 BUILDER. And then find out that it will be a discontinued product !? Especially if I use PHP only
Anton Kecherk

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  Posted: Nov 10, 2016 2:41 AM   in response to: Alexandre Perei... in response to: Alexandre Perei...
With HTML5 Builder you don't have to worry about learning a new programming language or writing code. You don't need to know how to talk to jQuery or mobile JavaScript libraries. We've made it easy for you. HTML5 Builder comes with hundreds of reusable drag-and-drop components that you can use as is or customize to help you build your applications, faster. http://djangostars.com/blog/ There are information about web development.
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