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Indy News - May 23, 2004


2004-05-24 02:04:22 AM
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Indy News - May 23, 2004
The latest edition of Indy news is here. Attached is the text format. For a more
readable HTML version with links and more please use this URL:
<www.atozed.com/indy/News/Issues/20040523.iwp>
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Indy News - May 23, 2004
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Indy Plus is here!
Indy Plus is a commercial package of the popular Indy open source project. Indy
Plus includes commercial documentation, and priority support. With Indy Plus,
corporations and developers can invest in Indy projects risk free.
Indy Plus includes:
Indy Plus Install - Fully automated installation kit. No need to synchronize source,
compile, or manually install. Just run the setup! The install currently supports Indy
9.0 for Delphi 5 through 7. Indy 10, Delphi 8, and Visual Studio support will be
added soon.
Indy in Depth -A book about Indy, by the original Indy authors. Includes 6 months
of free updates.
Indy Experts - Commercial priority support for Indy with 40 support units.
Indy Plus includes all this for just 49 Euros!
More Info
Automated Indy Install Available
Fully automated installation kit. No need to synchronize source, compile, or
manually install. Just run the setup! The install currently supports Indy 9.0 for
Delphi 5 through 7. Indy 10, Delphi 8, and Visual Studio support will be added
soon. More Info
Indy.NET
Indy.NET is here. Not only is Indy available for Delphi 8, but it is also available for
Microsoft Visual Studio.NET users using C#, VB.NET, or C++. More Info
Indy in Depth
Indy in Depth has been updated to include C# and VB.NET examples. Many
many new general topics have been added as well. Indy in Depth is now over
210 pages and still growing! More Info
Developing Web Applications?
You have got to try IntraWeb! A revolutionary new way to create your Web
Applications - Create, Debug and Maintain web-based applications as quickly and
easily as your normal Delphi applications using IntraWeb.
SDGN Magazine, the official magazine of Software Development Group
Netherlands (SDGN) reviewed IntraWeb. SDGN Magazine says: "Intraweb is a
very nice tool to build web applications in a fast and simple way and in a
language Delphi developers feel at home with. With this tool you will be very
comfortable and it feels good, right from the start." (Translated from Dutch).
And guess what? It is built with Indy!
More Info
New Demos
Several new demos have been added. Many of the demos are now available in
Delphi, C#, and VB.NET. New demos include:
VS Intro TCP Client
VS Intro HTTP Client
VS Intro Stream
VS ZipCode client
VS SendMail
Slow HTTP Server
Zip Code Server
Minimal Web Server
New Articles
Why Indy ? - This article will cover some of the Indy basics, but is specifically
geared towards Visual Studio.Net developers. It provides source code in C#,
Visual Basic, and Delphi. It also answers some common questions from Visual
Studio.Net users...... Full Article Indy for Visual Studio.NET Developers - A
common question from .net users is: "Why should I use Indy when .NET has
socket support?". This is a very reasonable question, with simple but not
immediately obvious answers...... Full Article Indy Test Team
An Indy Test Team has been formed. If you are interested in joining and helping
to write unit tests, please join the Indy Test Team mailing list.
Indy in Depth now Free to Microsoft MVP's and Borland Team B'ers
Indy in Depth is available free of charge to Microsoft MVP's and Borland Team B
members. Since members of these two teams spend large amounts of time
supporting user by donating their own time voluntarily, this is our way of
expressing thanks. Access to Indy in Depth is also made available to better help
MVP's and Team B'ers support Indy based questions. More Info
Got the batch file blues?
Let FinalBuilder cure you!
FinalBuilder is designed to automate tasks that you routinely do as part of your
software development cycle. It allows you to quickly define a repeatable list of
actions that can be executed in the same manner time after time. FinalBuilder cuts
down build times by automating tasks that often take many laborious manual
steps. Any manual process with more than one step is prone to errors, humans are
generally not very good at doing repetitive tasks, often doing steps out of order or
missing steps altogether. FinalBuilder can help you cut out those errors.
FinalBuilder also supports automated FTP transfers and other internet related
actions. And guess what component set it uses? :)
More Info
 
 

Re:Indy News - May 23, 2004

please move this to the third party group
Dennis Passmore
Ultimate Software, Inc.