C++ Builder Software Development

If you check the latest programming language ranks – you can see that the C++ language is still very popular. Why? – Because it suggests the maximum control, the maximum performance and yes, other programming languages were developed or written using C++ and that’s not a joke. 
 
This is why C++ Builder is still a very popular development tool. We’ve used the word “still”, because nowadays developers want to work fast and don’t like to think about memory management, resources and storage optimization. Such tools as .NET Framework, Java SE have a lot of routines associated with them and very often they are not optimized for an exact task. Also, over the last years we’ve got different JavaScript frameworks, like Electron, which are even more complicated. 
 
C++ Builder development is suitable for the systems with limited computing resources, different embedded devices with compact OS, etc. Yes, C++ Builder is not for developing embedded software or firmware, but using it we can develop very effective software if a device have compact OS on the board. 

C++ Builder is a good choice for you if you need full and low-level control of your code. You even can add snippets written using an assembler (yes, do you remember it?) to your C++ code. It will help to achieve the maximum performance of some algorithms. You can also use it if you want to implement the fastest algorithms, which use CPU possibilities on maximum. 
 

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Inside C++ Builder you can use two different compilers for your application – Classic compiler and Clang compiler (which serves as front end for the LLVM compiler back end). You can read more about their differences in the C++ Builder documentation. 
 
At Softacom, we provide a wide range of C++ Builder software development services, including: 
 
  • Development of  Windows C++ desktop applications with UI; 
  • Development of Windows C++ console applications; 
  • Development of  Windows C++ libraries; 
  • Migration of  legacy C++ Builder applications to an up-to-date RAD Studio version; 
  • Enhancement, re-engineering and support of software developed with C++ Builder; 
Desktop Applications Development