Delphi applications to the web

Take your Delphi application to web with Thinfinity VirtualUI

Take your Delphi application to Web effortLessly

Created with developers in mind, Thinfinity VirtualUI provides scalable, robust, and flexible integrations, allowing you to get up and running quickly. No need to recode or make any significant changes to your source. You can get your application on the web in minutes.

Thinfinity VirtualUI is a development platform that allows you to take any existing Desktop Application and publish it as a web solution. You just need to add a single line of code to your source code and you´ll be ready to go.

Thinfinity VirtualUI enables dual-platform solutions. This allows Windows-based desktop applications to function as cross-browser, cross-device web applications. Your app can be run on a Windows environment (as previously did) or be accessed remotely from any HTML5 web browser, like never before!

We prepared a tutorial to help you use Thinfinity® VirtualUI™ in your Delphi application.  It consists of a short video tutorial and an example called VCLFileTest.

In this video, we show you how to move your Delphi application to the web. The video tutorial covers the whole process, from the instant UI Remoting to a full windows-to-web integration using the new VirtualUI Framework.

You can watch the tutorial we prepared for you, and download the demo file from here.

If you’re a GitHub user, you may want to check our VirtualUI GitHub project.

Have any questions? Contact us at [email protected] or leave a message on this same post.

Enjoy!
Gustavo Ricardi
CEO/CTO

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Comments (4)

very nice post,
How can we integrate drag and drop & multiple files upload? Current TOpenFile dialog only support one file at time. There is a bug wen ofAllowMultiSelect is activated (filename includes path for first name and the rest of the names with “,”)
Regards
Alexander Brazda

Thanks for your comment!
Drag and drop and multiple files upload are in our must-have list, not for this first release, but it will be implemented soon after.
We’ll check the bug. Thanks for your report!
Gustavo Ricardi

Nice !

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