Only a year ago I really disliked Macs. I actually really, really disliked Macs. I hated the menu at the top. I disliked having to “mount” applications. And I found iTunes just too clunky and closed. But what I hated the most was not being able to develop applications using Delphi. Yes I know there is Free Pascal… but it isn’t Delphi.
Then earlier this year I bought a MacBook Pro. I bought it for one application – Keynote, which I’m using for online presentations. It’s clearly better than PowerPoint. It has some amazing slide and object transitions. So I started using my Mac more and more. I then bought an iPad. What a great device. I found myself using my Apple devices more and more. This still didn’t solve my applications development problem. So I’m delighted Embarcadero is really getting serious about producing a Delphi development tool for the Apple Mac!
This blog is intended to be a repository for everything about Delphi for the Mac and iOS. It’s going to be a fun journey!
P.S. I still
dislike hate iTunes!