In this seminar you will get a compact introduction to the current version of C++Builder (currently 10.3.3). C++Builder is a cross-platform development tool that allows you to develop high-performance, native applications for the target platforms Windows (32bit, 64bit), Mac OS (32bit), iOS and Android. Two similar frameworks are available for this purpose. Besides the traditional VCL (Windows only), this is the new, device-independent variant Firemonkey™ (FMX).
An important feature is the access to company data beacons. Here, too, different ways are available to enable broad access. In addition to direct access to company databases, various servers and associated clients can also be created with this development environment. REST clients and servers, but also SOAP and COM are to be mentioned here.
In the current version, C++17 compilers are provided for both Windows target platforms.
This course will give you an in-depth look at the basics of developing with C++Builder 10.3.2, where you will learn how to use the RAD framework on the one hand, and how to leverage the features of C++ for more robust, faster and stable applications on the other.
In addition to the components of the frameworks, this seminar will show you new features of the C++ language. It also covers how to do this with C++Builder and how to start writing clean applications.
This seminar is primarily aimed at those who use C++Builder and want to switch to the current version. But also for C++ developers who want to get an overview of the possibilities of this development environment to see how the practical C++ can be used with this alternative IDE.