Delphi on Raspberry Pi

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Part 1

The Raspberry Pi is an example of a single board computer. These low-cost hobby or project computers are a prime staple of the Internet of Things. More powerful than an Arduino, but not a full desktop. They often have limited or specialized hardware, but their small size and low cost make them ideal for embedded application development. 

Delphi supports both ARM and Intel processors with a variety of operating systems. This webinar will explore the combinations of hardware and operating system that make good Delphi target platforms. Then we will look at some examples and provide some resources to get you started.

Part 2


Replay and more details coming soon!


  • Vin C
    Vin C Friday, 10 November 2017

    What Edition of Delphi is required for targeting these platforms?

  • Ferenc Pereszlenyi
    Ferenc Pereszlenyi Wednesday, 14 June 2017

    Hi, Have you any solution to handle a RPi industrial bus(I2C, SPI, etc) or GPIOs? Thanks ...

  • Darko S38227
    Darko S38227 Saturday, 13 May 2017

    Great demo. I use RPI for industrial machines and industrial printers. GPIO is irreplaceable for signals from machine.

  • Gordon K35413
    Gordon K35413 Wednesday, 10 May 2017

    I found it had been uploaded here

  • Henrik N2471
    Henrik N2471 Wednesday, 10 May 2017

    I would like that see that webinar too, I was forced to disconnect yesterday I only got the slide/talking part and never got to the demo :( so please share the webinar

  • Justin Philbrow
    Justin Philbrow Wednesday, 10 May 2017

    Hi, is it possible to see the webinar now (after the event)?

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