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ID: 18500, WebHub 2.010

by Christian Bohn Email: Anonymous


WebHub is the most flexible, most powerful and most scalable web
application development platform ever created for Borland Delphi.
Pioneering from 1995 to the present.
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WebHub: The original and still unsurpassed Web Application Development Platform using Borland’s Delphi

WebHub is a highly advanced software product for Delphi Web Developers.

It is totally unique, has outlasted all other historical attempts at Delphi Web integration, and continues to this day to be the most flexible and scalable Web development environment for Delphi.

If you are:

. an intermediate or advanced Delphi developer;
. looking for a web development platform that will last for more than 5 years;
. requiring high performance (even in excess of millions of hits per day);
. needing to plan for scalability right form the start;
. looking for zero injunctions on your development strategies;
. wanting to develop with a team of two or more, where the visual design can be a separate and complimentary skill to more advanced programming aspects including database backends;
. in a situation where all or some aspects of the visual design might be prepared by your client;
. looking for a solution that utilises hardware and the windows operating systems to the absolute maximum in terms of performance vs investment;

…then definitely give careful consideration to WebHub as your development foundation.

Of course the WebHub platform is suitable for any or all of the above. There are also many alternate competitors, including Borland, that have claimed in the past, are claiming at present and will claim in the future to be “the” ultimate approach to Web development using Delphi. Please trial them all. Gathering factual information prior to committing to your final development and deployment environment is crucial.

Since 1995, WebHub has presented a unique set of features that are a perfect fit for a select group only. The experienced developer will know that there has never been and never will be a “one size fits all” solution for web development projects. The architecture of WebHub, and the unsurpassed technical support we offer strongly supports this viewpoint.

If you are the type of person who, when you have a question, looks in the help file once, looks in the manual once and abandons the product if one of your specific and unique situations has not been thought of in advance, then this product is not for you. If, however, you are willing to communicate, ask questions and learn from a very experienced group of long-term WebHub/Delphi developers, even on general issues not specific to our products, then WebHub is very much worth considering.

If you think that this has been an unusual sales pitch then you have hit the mark. You will either dismiss WebHub entirely or be deadly curious. If you are the latter, then please check http://www.href.com/whd7 to see whether we have shipped an update since this Companion CD, review the material you find to be of interest, and then proceed with your installation. WebHub is a dynamic product that continues to improve with changes in the market, operating systems and emerging web technologies.

We are looking forward to hearing from those who resonate with our approach.

For more information, see http://www.href.com/webhub

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