Delphi and C++Builder Application Showcase

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What applications are built with Delphi and C++Builder?  I'm often asked that question by developers (usually when their managers or friends ask them).  There are many web sites created by community members where applications are listed including "Built with Delphi".  Now we have an application showcase on our Embarcadero web site.  The first showcase highlights applications and tools built with Delphi and C++Builder.  You will find the landing page at

If you want to have your applications and tools appear in our application showcase, you can enter your product information using one of the links in the EDN article at

We are looking for applications and tools (commercial, non-commercial, open source, closed source, etc.) built with:

Thank you to all those who have submitted entries so far. While we have many more submissions to publish, we can always use additional entries.

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    Radek Monday, 11 January 2010

    I think that famous ImgBurn ( is written in Delphi or C++ Builder (in change log author wrote: Compiled with FastMM v4.92 replacing the default memory manager)

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    Fred Monday, 11 January 2010

    The site needs two things:
    1. A way to sort the websites by product name (I found BeyondCompare at the end of the list).
    2. When one hovers over the "thumbnail" of the site, the product name and website should pop up like a hint somewhere - even the status bar would be better than nothing.

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    David Intersimone Monday, 11 January 2010

    > The site needs two things

    Gotcha - I have passed the feedback to our web team. I agree - more hover text and other info will help everyone navigate the Application Showcase pages.

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    Guus Creuwels Monday, 11 January 2010

    Will all applications which are submitted be listed?

    I submitted our application in the beginning of December but it is not listed yet?


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    Shawn Monday, 11 January 2010

    1. Get rid of the 500ms fade. Set it for 100ms at most.
    2. Heartily agree with Fred. I want to know what I'm going to see before I waste 1/2 second of my life by clicking on it.
    3. When the image is up how about a Next/Prev button so I can click through the apps quickly. And, please, don't put a fade (if any) between them. Check Lightbox2 for ideas (
    4. The screen grab and the text box fade in at different rates.
    5. How about an "I use this" link (ala that can show popularity. When I clicked on the KMPlayer thumbnail I thought about how much I love it and wanted to tell people how great it is.
    6. Make closing the full screen view easier. Unless I am looking at the upper-right product, my mouse *always* has a long way to travel to get to the X to close the window. Many viewers allow you to click anywhere on the view to close it.

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