FireMonkey Quick Start Guide - Programming Languages

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You can develop your FireMonkey applications in either Appmethod C++ or Object Pascal, two easy to learn component based object oriented programming languages that are used by millions of developers worldwide.

Object Pascal is an elegant and easy to learn object-oriented language. Its benefits include easy-to-read code, quick compilation, and the use of multiple unit files for modular programming. Object Pascal has special features that support the Appmethod component framework and environment.


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You can also develop FireMonkey applications in C++, a widely-adopted, object-oriented programming language.


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  • Reference: C++ Language Guide describes the C++ language, which you can use for developing FireMonkey applications.
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