In programming, a robust software or application often indicates a program that performs in several ways and has a very low failure rate. It is generally powerful software that can cope with unexpected or incorrect input. With such large Windows application development, is Python powerful enough to create such a program? Will it be able to deal with all the complexities? In this video, Dion Carlos Mai will show us how to use Python in a robust desktop application.
Developing Robust Desktop Application Using Python
There are so many programming languages to choose from and each comes with its own strengths and weaknesses. Python, for instance, is a popular and versatile programming language known for its simplicity, readability, and wide range of applications. These notable strengths make Python a go-to programming language for many developers and organizations.
Delphi, on the other hand, is an equally powerful programming language that works well with both desktop and mobile applications via VCL and FMX frameworks. Delphi is demonstrably one of the easiest programming languages to learn. Thanks to its low-code environment. Despite the apparent simplicity of the program source code, Delphi is a modern, extremely capable, high-level programming language that works well for both beginners and professional developers.
Just because these programming languages are special and different on their own doesn’t mean you have to settle with one. You can have the best of both through integration. In this video from the recently concluded PyGAC 2023, Dion Mai will walk us through the process of how to successfully integrate Delphi and Python using Python for Delphi components and create a robust desktop application. The video also concludes with a Q&A session with Dion Mai and Ian Barker.
To learn more about Python and Delphi integration, feel free to watch the video below.