Anyone familiar with software development knows how different the .NET framework is compared with older development platforms. The problem of framework interoperability has been vexing many developers who wanted to use .NET components in their Delphi and C++ applications. Finally, there is a solution for the problem. Managed Extensions for VCL enables you to interact with any .NET languages (C#, Visual Basic.Net, JScript.Net, Delphi .Net and others) from your own code written in Delphi and C++ Builder!
Managed Extensions will not magically turn your Delphi or C++ Builder into a .NET development tool. However, it will definitely let you create .Net objects using parametrized constructors, create .Net objects from assemblies not registered for COM using assembly name or location and load .Net assemblies from streams, call properties/methods/fields of .Net object including static properties/methods/fields, place .Net controls on VCL Win32 form, use ADO.Net datasources as TDataSet descendants in Win32 applications, host ASP.Net pages and services, embed .Net assemblies into Win32 application as resources and much, much more. Please note that the suite will not allow you to query a .NET interface if its not COM visible, work with .NET events. However, regardless of all the limitations, Managed Extensions for VCL is a solution many developers have been anxiously waiting for.
Extend your programming capabilities, gain access to a plethora of .NET objects, integrate applications on a whole new level — you can do all that using Managed Extensions for VCL! Check out the trial version right away to be amazed by the multitude of new opportunities this software opens!
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