What is it?
The Delphi IDE is a Windows-based EDI owner established in 1995 and edited by Borland. At the time, create graphical programs under Windows was done mostly by using either the toolchain Visual C + + or Visual Basic RAD. The first tool is overly complex and the second not very structured, Delphi then appeared as a viable alternative for many developers who wanted to create standard programs for Windows. In 2001, Borland edited a Linux version of Delphi called Kylix, but this was not the success expected by the publisher. Since this is a RAD tool (Rapid Application Development), Delphi is very easy to handle and it is quite easy to create all kinds of applications.