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mohamed-yacine ...

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UNIGUI Add-On Delphi
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  Posted: Jun 12, 2016 4:52 AM
Hello
Did you hear about Unigui ?
It's a framework allowing developing web application on Delphi EDI, as fast as a Formula 1.

- Application : internet / intranet
- on All Devices : Desktop, Laptop, Tablet, Mobile
- on All plateforme : as it runs on browser, it targets : windows, MacOs, iOs, Android and Linux (wine)

Dowload Trial : http://www.unigui.com/download/docman
www.unigui.com

So wonderfull tool !
Best regards

Edited by: mohamed-yacine ZERROUKI on Jun 12, 2016 4:59 AM

Edited by: mohamed-yacine ZERROUKI on Jun 30, 2016 4:33 PM
Helmuth J.H. Ad...

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  Posted: Jun 12, 2016 7:34 AM   in response to: mohamed-yacine ... in response to: mohamed-yacine ...
You should post it in the thirdparty tools newsgroup.
It looks great !!!
Do all controls from the desktop demo exist on mobiles?
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Hello
Did you hear about Unigui ?
It's a framework allowing developing web application on Delphi EDI, as fast
as a Formule 1.

- Application : internet / intranet
- on All Devices : Desktop, Laptop, Tablet, Mobile
- on All plateforme : as it runs on browser, it targets : windows, MacOs,
iOs, Android and Linux (wine)

Dowload Trial : www.unigui.com [www.unigui.com]
Best regards

Edited by: mohamed-yacine ZERROUKI on Jun 12, 2016 4:59 AM
mohamed-yacine ...

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  Posted: Jun 13, 2016 1:56 AM   in response to: Helmuth J.H. Ad... in response to: Helmuth J.H. Ad...
Helmuth J.H. Adolph wrote:
You should post it in the thirdparty tools newsgroup.
It looks great !!!
Do all controls from the desktop demo exist on mobiles?
Regards -

Yes there are huge components !
http://unigui.com/explore/2015-09-09-08-02-18

Just drag from Delphi EDI and it works :))
All the Best

Helmuth J.H. Ad...

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Helmuth J.H. Adolph wrote:
You should post it in the thirdparty tools newsgroup.
It looks great !!!
Do all controls from the desktop demo exist on mobiles?
Regards -

Yes there are huge components !
http://unigui.com/explore/2015-09-09-08-02-18

Just drag from Delphi EDI and it works :))
All the Best


Platform independant programming is NOT possible with these components.
The class names for desktop and mobile are not identical, also not all
classes exist for mobile (e.g. I am missing a stringgrid).
Farshad Mohajeri

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  Posted: Jun 13, 2016 8:43 AM   in response to: Helmuth J.H. Ad... in response to: Helmuth J.H. Ad...
Helmuth J.H. Adolph wrote:
Helmuth J.H. Adolph wrote:
You should post it in the thirdparty tools newsgroup.
It looks great !!!
Do all controls from the desktop demo exist on mobiles?
Regards -

Yes there are huge components !
http://unigui.com/explore/2015-09-09-08-02-18

Just drag from Delphi EDI and it works :))
All the Best


Platform independant programming is NOT possible with these components.
The class names for desktop and mobile are not identical, also not all
classes exist for mobile (e.g. I am missing a stringgrid).

If you're referring between desktop and mobile platforms, yes there are two sets of components for desktop and touch enabled devices. It is because of different form factors between these platforms. Naturally it is not practical to use same components in both desktop and mobile phones. Most probably your desktop version of app will be always more feature rich with a set of controls which can be used using precise mouse movements while your mobile phone version will adopt a subset of those functionalities which can be controlled using finger touches!
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  Posted: Jun 13, 2016 7:38 AM   in response to: mohamed-yacine ... in response to: mohamed-yacine ...
Helmuth J.H. Adolph wrote:
You should post it in the thirdparty tools newsgroup.
It looks great !!!
Do all controls from the desktop demo exist on mobiles?
Regards -

Yes there are huge components !
http://unigui.com/explore/2015-09-09-08-02-18

Just drag from Delphi EDI and it works :))
All the Best


So platform independant development is not possible because
the classnames differ between desktop and mobile. Also not
all classes exist for the mobile platform (e.g. I miss
StringGrid).
Regards
Arnaud Bouchez

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  Posted: Jun 12, 2016 11:50 AM   in response to: mohamed-yacine ... in response to: mohamed-yacine ...
I'm still doubtful about the pricing of ExtJS/Sencha, on which UniGui is based.

When building a commercial application, consider the amount to be paid, more than $4000 as stated by https://www.sencha.com/store/

To be added to the UniGui licence price itself...
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  Posted: Jun 13, 2016 1:50 AM   in response to: Arnaud Bouchez in response to: Arnaud Bouchez
Arnaud Bouchez wrote:
I'm still doubtful about the pricing of ExtJS/Sencha, on which UniGui is based.

When building a commercial application, consider the amount to be paid, more than $4000 as stated by https://www.sencha.com/store/

To be added to the UniGui licence price itself...

Hello Arnaud,
It is cheap :)
http://unigui.com/explore/matrix
http://forums.unigui.com/index.php?/topic/4473-unigui-editions/

Also intersting Forum
http://forums.unigui.com/

All the Best.

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mohamed-yacine ZERROUKI wrote:
It is cheap :)
http://unigui.com/explore/matrix

My concern was not about UniGui licence price, but about ExtJS/Sencha license price.

But it sounds like if the ExtJS license is included within UniGui license.
http://www.unigui.com/doc/online_help/licesnsing_considerations.htm

Hard to find link, but now it sounds much cheaper.
Still $680 for professional use, though...


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  Posted: Jun 13, 2016 8:31 AM   in response to: Arnaud Bouchez in response to: Arnaud Bouchez
Arnaud Bouchez wrote:
mohamed-yacine ZERROUKI wrote:
It is cheap :)
http://unigui.com/explore/matrix

My concern was not about UniGui licence price, but about ExtJS/Sencha license price.

But it sounds like if the ExtJS license is included within UniGui license.
http://www.unigui.com/doc/online_help/licesnsing_considerations.htm

Hard to find link, but now it sounds much cheaper.
Still $680 for professional use, though...


This link is broken if you are not registered to the forum.

New link is here:
http://www.unigui.com/explore/matrix
Farshad Mohajeri

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  Posted: Jun 13, 2016 8:28 AM   in response to: Arnaud Bouchez in response to: Arnaud Bouchez
Arnaud Bouchez wrote:
I'm still doubtful about the pricing of ExtJS/Sencha, on which UniGui is based.

When building a commercial application, consider the amount to be paid, more than $4000 as stated by https://www.sencha.com/store/

To be added to the UniGui licence price itself...

uniGUI comes with an OEM version of Ext JS so there is no need to buy Ext JS.

http://www.unigui.com/explore/licensing
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  Posted: Jun 13, 2016 8:59 AM   in response to: Farshad Mohajeri in response to: Farshad Mohajeri
Farshad Mohajeri wrote:
uniGUI comes with an OEM version of Ext JS so there is no need to buy Ext JS.

http://www.unigui.com/explore/licensing

Yes, I finally got the information.
But IMHO it should be easier to find, otherwise you would imagine that you would have to build both licenses, and ExtJS pro licenses are expensive!
UniGui is not cheap either, just cheaper ;)
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  Posted: Jun 13, 2016 9:03 AM   in response to: Arnaud Bouchez in response to: Arnaud Bouchez
Arnaud Bouchez wrote:
Farshad Mohajeri wrote:
uniGUI comes with an OEM version of Ext JS so there is no need to buy Ext JS.

http://www.unigui.com/explore/licensing

Yes, I finally got the information.
But IMHO it should be easier to find, otherwise you would imagine that you would have to build both licenses, and ExtJS pro licenses are expensive!
UniGui is not cheap either, just cheaper ;)

Cheap enough for what it does ;)
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  Posted: Jun 12, 2016 12:24 PM   in response to: mohamed-yacine ... in response to: mohamed-yacine ...
Sounds a lot like Web Builder:
http://www.elevatesoft.com/products?category=ewb&type=web


mohamed-yacine ZERROUKI wrote:

Hello
Did you hear about Unigui ?
It's a framework allowing developing web application on Delphi EDI,
as fast as a Formule 1.

- Application : internet / intranet
- on All Devices : Desktop, Laptop, Tablet, Mobile
- on All plateforme : as it runs on browser, it targets : windows,
MacOs, iOs, Android and Linux (wine)

Dowload Trial : www.unigui.com [www.unigui.com]
Best regards

Edited by: mohamed-yacine ZERROUKI on Jun 12, 2016 4:59 AM
Arnaud Bouchez

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  Posted: Jun 12, 2016 12:40 PM   in response to: Uffe Kousgaard in response to: Uffe Kousgaard
Uffe Kousgaard wrote:
Sounds a lot like Web Builder:
http://www.elevatesoft.com/products?category=ewb&type=web

Not at all, IMHO.

The screenshot may be misleading.... but both projects are not the same!

EWB is a client-side technology, whereas UniGUI relies on its logic on the server side.
EWB has its own HTML5 set of components, whereas UniGUI relies on the (expensive) ExtJS/Sencha framework.
EWB requires very little server back-end (you may write a full static EWB app), whereas UniGUI requires a Windows server.
EWB has its own RAD IDE, whereas UniGUI uses Delphi.
EWB has its own object-pascal to javascript compiler run on the browser side, whereas UniGUI executes the Delphi code on the server side.
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In other words, it's a lot like Intraweb.
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In other words, it's a lot like Intraweb.

Well.. I'm a happy user of UniGUI and I can assure it is nothing like Intraweb... it has much more potential and is much easier to use... a great framework for web applications
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Éric Fleming Bonilha wrote:
In other words, it's a lot like Intraweb.

Well.. I'm a happy user of UniGUI and I can assure it is nothing like Intraweb... it has much more potential and is much easier to use... a great framework for web applications

Usually I don't make comments about other 3rd party frameworks, but in this case I'll make an exception.
You are correct, it is not like IntraWeb at all. IntraWeb does not impose you an user interface. You are free to use HTML templates, your own home-made CSS, jQuery, Bootstrap, or even ExtJS.
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  Posted: Jun 15, 2016 3:13 AM   in response to: Alexandre Machado in response to: Alexandre Machado
Alexandre Machado wrote:
Éric Fleming Bonilha wrote:
In other words, it's a lot like Intraweb.

Well.. I'm a happy user of UniGUI and I can assure it is nothing like Intraweb... it has much more potential and is much easier to use... a great framework for web applications

Usually I don't make comments about other 3rd party frameworks, but in this case I'll make an exception.
You are correct, it is not like IntraWeb at all. IntraWeb does not impose you an user interface. You are free to use HTML templates, your own home-made CSS, jQuery, Bootstrap, or even ExtJS.

Ext JS is a pure JavaScript application framework for building interactive cross platform web applications.
Is one of the BEST js application framework.
UniGUI inlcude an Ext JS OEM licence!!!
I remember very bad experience devoloping isapi application with other delphi framework.
Try it your self and see the differences.

See demo http://prime.fmsoft.net/demo/desktop/mdemo.dll
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  Posted: Jun 16, 2016 4:41 PM   in response to: Federico Simone... in response to: Federico Simone...
Federico Simonetti wrote:
Alexandre Machado wrote:
Éric Fleming Bonilha wrote:
In other words, it's a lot like Intraweb.

Well.. I'm a happy user of UniGUI and I can assure it is nothing like Intraweb... it has much more potential and is much easier to use... a great framework for web applications

Usually I don't make comments about other 3rd party frameworks, but in this case I'll make an exception.
You are correct, it is not like IntraWeb at all. IntraWeb does not impose you an user interface. You are free to use HTML templates, your own home-made CSS, jQuery, Bootstrap, or even ExtJS.

Ext JS is a pure JavaScript application framework for building interactive cross platform web applications.
Is one of the BEST js application framework.
UniGUI inlcude an Ext JS OEM licence!!!
I remember very bad experience devoloping isapi application with other delphi framework.
Try it your self and see the differences.

See demo http://prime.fmsoft.net/demo/desktop/mdemo.dll

I think you didn't understand. I'm not commenting about ExtJS quality, nor about any product quality. I'm pointing an important difference. ExtJS is good as long as it fits. The day your customer tells you "but I want you to integrate with my company's template" then ExtJS is not good anymore.
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  Posted: Jul 16, 2016 7:41 PM   in response to: Alexandre Machado in response to: Alexandre Machado
Do Intraweb at least have single page apps?
I just saw Intraweb samples with a JQuery component set and it blinked as a christimas three.
I haven´t been programming for 7 years,Intraweb does not seem to evolve an inch since them.
Really satisfied with UNIGUI,I wish i had found it before,just one month with it,In two weeks I was productive.
No learning curve at all.
I wish other companies have the level of support FM is giving us.

Marcello

Alexandre Machado wrote:
Éric Fleming Bonilha wrote:
In other words, it's a lot like Intraweb.

Well.. I'm a happy user of UniGUI and I can assure it is nothing like Intraweb... it has much more potential and is much easier to use... a great framework for web applications

Usually I don't make comments about other 3rd party frameworks, but in this case I'll make an exception.
You are correct, it is not like IntraWeb at all. IntraWeb does not impose you an user interface. You are free to use HTML templates, your own home-made CSS, jQuery, Bootstrap, or even ExtJS.
Farshad Mohajeri

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Uffe Kousgaard wrote:
Sounds a lot like Web Builder:
http://www.elevatesoft.com/products?category=ewb&type=web


It is very different. uniGUI is a full server side solution which allows deploying your web application to a Windows Server. You can run it as a Windows Service or run it in IIS server as an ISAPI module.
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  Posted: Jul 10, 2016 10:28 AM   in response to: Farshad Mohajeri in response to: Farshad Mohajeri
Howdy All!

I have a question about uniGUI being Sencha based!

It is my understanding that Sencha framework (controls) keep involving in a way that aren't necessarily compatible with previous versions! That is, each version requires a lot of rework.

What version of Sencha framework is uniGUI based on?

Thanks!

Shane
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  Posted: Jul 28, 2016 12:25 PM   in response to: Shane Stump in response to: Shane Stump
Shane Stump wrote:
Howdy All!

I have a question about uniGUI being Sencha based!

It is my understanding that Sencha framework (controls) keep involving in a way that aren't necessarily compatible with previous versions! That is, each version requires a lot of rework.

What version of Sencha framework is uniGUI based on?

Thanks!

Shane

It is based on 4.2.5, but it will move to 6.x soon.

Sure, it is a non-trivial task to port uniGUI to a new Ext JS version.
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  Posted: Jul 28, 2016 12:29 PM   in response to: Farshad Mohajeri in response to: Farshad Mohajeri
Howdy Farshad!

First let me hope you are safe with the recent events in Turkey!

So the changes in moving from Sencha 4.x to 6.x will be on your end and not on the customer's end?

If so, I definitely need to investigate this for an upcoming project!

Thanks again!

Shane
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  Posted: Jul 29, 2016 3:52 AM   in response to: Shane Stump in response to: Shane Stump
Shane Stump wrote:
Howdy Farshad!

First let me hope you are safe with the recent events in Turkey!

So the changes in moving from Sencha 4.x to 6.x will be on your end and not on the customer's end?

If so, I definitely need to investigate this for an upcoming project!

Thanks again!

Shane

Thank you. Here is quite stable right now!

Yes, it is our task to adopt new versions of Ext JS. It is not something that we leave to our users.
Regularly we move to new Ext JS versions and it will be available to all those with an active subscription.
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  Posted: Jul 16, 2016 6:32 PM   in response to: Farshad Mohajeri in response to: Farshad Mohajeri
UNIGUI is fantastic.
I tried all of them,UNIGUI,SMS,Elevate Web Builder,KITTO ,and other two that I jsut can´t remember.
Elevate moves data between the browser and the server,really did not like the concept.
SMS is a lightweit product,it does things in a different way than Delphi,it can be good for other styles of programming than mine,but it worths a trial.
UNIGUI is a one of a kind product,really stunning applications,stable,zero instalalation on the client,it does not have even cookies.
http://prime.fmsoft.net/demo/desktop/mdemo.dll
In weeks you´re going to be productive,You be able to reuse the vast majority of your code,because UNIGUI is Delphi,it
uses the same data acess mechanisms.
If Embarcadero is smart Enough they should by UNIGUI or at least distribute it like they do with Intraweb,
I´ve studied C#,Dart,Polymer,Angular,Asp.net Mvc,and also Had a look for many other languages and frameworks.
Even If I never had written a single line of Object Pascal I would choose UNIGUI.
You can use MVC,orm and all this "new school paradigms" with it,but if you still beleave in Visual Form Inheritance ,and client datasets,like me,
UNIGUI is probably the obly available product in the market,at least with this quality.
Rich Internet Applications are the onlyh way to make money these days.
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  Posted: Jul 18, 2016 1:49 AM   in response to: Marcello Dias in response to: Marcello Dias
Marcello Dias wrote:

Elevate moves data between the browser and the server,really did not
like the concept.

In such a short summary, it is hard to give much detail, but I find
this odd given it is a true SPA generator, and you have complete
control over the server communication so you can have none or lots. I'd
not comment, but I can't see how UniGUI can have less unless it is some
sort of streaming video interface, which I don't think it is. Anyway,
I'm sure it is a fine tool for what it does.
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  Posted: Jul 28, 2016 12:28 PM   in response to: Matthew Jones in response to: Matthew Jones
Matthew Jones wrote:
Marcello Dias wrote:

Elevate moves data between the browser and the server,really did not
like the concept.

In such a short summary, it is hard to give much detail, but I find
this odd given it is a true SPA generator, and you have complete
control over the server communication so you can have none or lots. I'd
not comment, but I can't see how UniGUI can have less unless it is some
sort of streaming video interface, which I don't think it is. Anyway,
I'm sure it is a fine tool for what it does.

Well, uniGUI generates pure (Ext) JS code. In short uniGUI is a web application framework which we don't have many of them around when it comes to Delphi!
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mohamed-yacine ZERROUKI wrote:
Hello
Did you hear about Unigui ?
It's a framework allowing developing web application on Delphi EDI, as fast as a Formula 1.


IMHO you should also release a version with full source. As an insurance to your customers that they can still compile/install the product in future Delphi versions even if you decide to stop developing it any further.

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  Posted: Jul 28, 2016 12:30 PM   in response to: Arthur Hoornweg in response to: Arthur Hoornweg
Arthur Hoornweg wrote:
mohamed-yacine ZERROUKI wrote:
Hello
Did you hear about Unigui ?
It's a framework allowing developing web application on Delphi EDI, as fast as a Formula 1.


IMHO you should also release a version with full source. As an insurance to your customers that they can still compile/install the product in future Delphi versions even if you decide to stop developing it any further.


Same is true for all 3rd party tools.
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  Posted: Jul 29, 2016 3:30 AM   in response to: Farshad Mohajeri in response to: Farshad Mohajeri
Farshad Mohajeri wrote:

Same is true for all 3rd party tools.

Of course. Almost every component set we've bought is with full source. The few that aren't, there was just no alternative.
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Farshad Mohajeri wrote:
Arthur Hoornweg wrote:
mohamed-yacine ZERROUKI wrote:
Hello
Did you hear about Unigui ?
It's a framework allowing developing web application on Delphi EDI, as fast as a Formula 1.


IMHO you should also release a version with full source. As an insurance to your customers that they can still compile/install the product in future Delphi versions even if you decide to stop developing it any further.


Same is true for all 3rd party tools.

Yes, for that reason serious developers only buy thirdy party components/subscriptions with full source code. We have a responsability with customers and cant fail because something happens to our thirdy party providers. Is that simple. For that reason theres not sucessful thirdy party who not offer source code also that in this time. Is unaceptable at this times.

This is the only thing stoping me to buy you a full license. The products is very good.

Best regards.
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  Posted: Aug 8, 2016 7:09 AM   in response to: mohamed-yacine ... in response to: mohamed-yacine ...
Hi,
I also tested UniGui for more than a month and in summary I loved the idea behind it. Complete integration to Delphi IDE with the benefit of using all great features like code completion or debugging.

Now the trial licence period has ended and my company management is not willed to spent 890 USD for a "Professional Edition", which is for years now in beta state (V0.999999999 ;)). I have seen a lot of promises that official V1.0 will come up soon. but I think that never will happen. Perhaps it will suffer the same fate as "Raudus", which was following the same concept and is dead now. But don't misunderstand me, I would be more than happy if I would be wrong!

Best regards,
Carsten
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  Posted: Aug 9, 2016 9:11 AM   in response to: Carsten Goellner in response to: Carsten Goellner
Carsten Goellner wrote:
Hi,
I also tested UniGui for more than a month and in summary I loved the idea behind it. Complete integration to Delphi IDE with the benefit of using all great features like code completion or debugging.

Now the trial licence period has ended and my company management is not willed to spent 890 USD for a "Professional Edition", which is for years now in beta state (V0.999999999 ;)). I have seen a lot of promises that official V1.0 will come up soon. but I think that never will happen. Perhaps it will suffer the same fate as "Raudus", which was following the same concept and is dead now. But don't misunderstand me, I would be more than happy if I would be wrong!

Best regards,
Carsten

Hi,

Your Raudus analogy is not correct, but I understand your concerns regarding "beta" tag.

We will do our best to prove that you're wrong :)
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  Posted: Jan 30, 2017 4:15 AM   in response to: Farshad Mohajeri in response to: Farshad Mohajeri
Raudus is not DEAD

New version Raudus from March Suporte D7 .. XE10 and Lazarus
https://raudus.com.br

Raudus has a vcl.js javascript itself, does not depend on third party, Mobile and Desktop;
Webservice itself ported from a version of the fantastic mongoose;
Support D7 to XE10 through Lázarus;
Integration Bootstrap

Tanks


Farshad Mohajeri wrote:
Carsten Goellner wrote:
Hi,
I also tested UniGui for more than a month and in summary I loved the idea behind it. Complete integration to Delphi IDE with the benefit of using all great features like code completion or debugging.

Now the trial licence period has ended and my company management is not willed to spent 890 USD for a "Professional Edition", which is for years now in beta state (V0.999999999 ;)). I have seen a lot of promises that official V1.0 will come up soon. but I think that never will happen. Perhaps it will suffer the same fate as "Raudus", which was following the same concept and is dead now. But don't misunderstand me, I would be more than happy if I would be wrong!

Best regards,
Carsten

Hi,

Your Raudus analogy is not correct, but I understand your concerns regarding "beta" tag.

We will do our best to prove that you're wrong :)
Michael Justin

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  Posted: Jan 30, 2017 5:32 AM   in response to: Cristiano Barbosa in response to: Cristiano Barbosa
Cristiano Barbosa wrote:
The server is not reachable (not resolvable in the DNS)
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Michael,

| Cristiano Barbosa wrote: |
| The server is not reachable (not resolvable in the DNS)

Ditto here as well.

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The server is not reachable (not resolvable in the DNS)

That's because it's at:

http://www.raudus.com/

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Dave,

| | The server is not reachable (not resolvable in the DNS)
|
| That's because it's at:
|
| http://www.raudus.com/

Nope... No joy here either!

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Nope... No joy here either!

Works OK from here. Maybe they're blocking you? ;-)

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  Posted: Feb 1, 2017 3:16 PM   in response to: Dave Nottage in response to: Dave Nottage
Dave,

| | > http://www.raudus.com/
| |
| | Nope... No joy here either!
|
| Works OK from here. Maybe they're blocking you? ;-)

I just tried again (15:15 PT) and it is now connecting/working OK.

Aren't 'puters fun? ;-)

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  Posted: Aug 25, 2016 5:17 PM   in response to: Carsten Goellner in response to: Carsten Goellner
Excuse me for the late reply.
Raudus had serious performance problems and did had not
survived the reallity production check.
I know many companies that use Unigui here in Brazil
One medium sized agronomic company have fired their C# programmers,and went ahead with uniGUI
because they realized that with C# it was not only harder to make RIA applications but also that they´re programming
more in JavaScript and html than in C#,So it was very difficult for one programmer to keep the code of the another,So they stopped their rewriting
and have done their conversion.

Unfortunatelly,I´m in the same situation when it comes to the Beta Tag,I´ve bought one copy Myself,but I also work as a freelance consultant
for a very big american company that have this police of not buying Beta products,They will probably buy Dozens licences if they decide for uniGUI.

Carsten Goellner wrote:
Hi,
I also tested UniGui for more than a month and in summary I loved the idea behind it. Complete integration to Delphi IDE with the benefit of using all great features like code completion or debugging.

Now the trial licence period has ended and my company management is not willed to spent 890 USD for a "Professional Edition", which is for years now in beta state (V0.999999999 ;)). I have seen a lot of promises that official V1.0 will come up soon. but I think that never will happen. Perhaps it will suffer the same fate as "Raudus", which was following the same concept and is dead now. But don't misunderstand me, I would be more than happy if I would be wrong!

Best regards,
Carsten
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