Turbo Delphi is an IDE by CodeGear. It's targeted at students, amateurs, individual professionals, and hobbyist programmers. It uses the Object Pascal/Delphi programming language. It was first announced on 8 August 2006. It became available for download on 5 September 2006.
There are two versions of Turbo Delphi, one which generates native Win32 applications (Turbo Delphi for Windows), and one that generates bytecode for the Microsoft .NET CLR. Each version comes in two editions, a free Explorer edition and a Professional edition at us$399. The Professional edition allows for extension and customization of the IDE and adding 3rd Party Components/Libraries.
While there is a limitation on the Turbo lineup that doesn't allow users to have more than one Turbo IDE installed, it was hinted that this limitation was technical and not intentional. It is possible to have more than one Turbo installed by using TurboMerger
- Turbo's Homepage
- CodeGear Online Shop
- The Turbo Editions FAQ
- FAQ : Turbo Delphi Explorer
- Jeff Duntemann on Turbos
- Slashdot: Borland Announces the Return of the Turbo Products
- Turbos available today for FREE on Digg.com
|Win32||Delphi 2 • Delphi 3 • Delphi 4 • Delphi 5 • Delphi 6 • Delphi 7 • Delphi 2007 for Win32|
|Win32 + .NET:||Borland Developer Studio 2005 • Borland Developer Studio 2006 • CodeGear RAD Studio 2007 • CodeGear RAD Studio 2009|
|Other:||Kylix • Delphi for PHP • 3rdRail • Turbo Delphi 2006|
|More info:||Release Dates and Codenames • Compiler Release Dates • Compiler Conditional Defines|