RemObjects Software Announces That Oxygene for Java is Immediately Available for Purchase

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After much anticipation, RemObjects Software announces the Next Generation Object Pascal language development environment – Oxygene 5 for Java. This release brings the powerful Oxygene language to Android and the entire Java platform.

Oxygene for Java

Oxygene for Java

Oxygene for Java lets me take those long-honed skills and enter the Android business sector with comfort and confidence.

From the creators of Data Abstract – the cross platform multi-tier database application development framework for .NET, Xcode and Delphi – comes the Next Generation Object Pascal language, Oxygene 5 for Java. Known as “Project Cooper” while in beta, RemObjects Oxygene 5 for Java brings the familiar design philosophy of the earlier .NET version to the second big managed platform of today. Finally, the power and flexibility of the Oxygene language is available for Android, Blackberry and the entire Java platform.

Oxygene for Java combines the full range of language features found in the Java language itself, alongside the wide range of powerful features and concepts that already made Oxygene for .NET the language of choice for many developers. Included with Oxygene for Java is the full Visual Studio IDE experience. This high quality product makes developing easier, with tools such as Fix-It, compiler-based spell checking and an IDE-integrated Java debugger. Oxygene 5 also adds new and advanced error reporting to the Visual Studio source editor to enhance user experience and to make it easier to find errors in code.

The Oxygene language was created to fit in well with the .NET and Java frameworks, to leverage the strengths of the platforms, and to not artificially attempt to persist outdated paradigms that no longer have a place in managed code. Because it is based on Pascal and Object Pascal, developers coming from a background in Delphi or other Pascal dialects will feel right at home with Oxygene. Oxygene opens the door to exciting new possibilities, while staying true to the Pascal design philosophy. Almost all of the great features are available across platforms, making it easy to share code between .NET and Java projects.

"I'm rather fond of the Object Pascal language," says Brian Long, a Delphi programmer and consultant of nearly 17 years. "Oxygene for Java lets me take those long-honed skills and enter the Android business sector with comfort and confidence. It's all that I've enjoyed from Oxygene for .NET (aka Delphi Prism) on the .NET and Mono platforms, but delivering native code on the Java and Android platforms. Oxygene for Java is a welcome addition to my programming arsenal."

Oxygene for Java is available as a free trial or for immediate purchase and download from RemObjects Software's web site. It comes with the Visual Studio 2010 shell, or it will plug into your existing Visual Studio 2010 installation.

About RemObjects Software

RemObjects Software is a leading creator of components and tools for software developers, with a strong focus on creating solutions that help build the very foundations, the core infrastructure, of your projects. Our top product is Data Abstract, a cross platform multi-tier database application development framework for .NET, Xcode and Delphi.

RemObjects Software’s philosophy is to supply the best possible solution for each supported platform – Microsoft .NET, Apple Xcode, Embarcadero Delphi and Java – rather than providing a one-size-fits-all solution that uses a 'lowest common denominator' approach. This ensures that developers on any platform can work with tools that are native to their development environment, fit in well with their existing architecture and integrate exquisitely with the platform in question while still being compatible, both in terms of interoperability between platforms as well as transfer of experience with our products from one platform to the other.

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