Add Plugins And A Scripting Engine To Your Delphi XE8 Firemonkey Apps On Android And IOS


Developer Alexander Baranovsky from VIRT Laboratory has updated paxCompiler to fully support Delphi XE8 Firemonkey. paxCompiler is an embeddable compiler and interpreter engine that can handle Object Pascal, Basic, and Javascript. paxCompiler allows you to import the interface sections from your Delphi XE8 units and access the rest of your code from the interpreted script itself. You can access the main form of your application from the interpreted script for example. It also supports compiling executables on Windows and evaluating script at runtime. You could use paxCompiler to build functionality like the Playground feature Apple has for Swift in Xcode. You can also use Pascal units in Basic and Javascript (aka cross language programming support). paxCompiler is a commercial component suite but there is a free trial available. We’ve covered it before for Delphi XE7 and Delphi XE6. I have been working with paxCompiler recently integrating it into some projects and it really is amazing in the functionality (like deploying your own compiler) it provides for the price. It should also work with Appmethod.
Head over and download the free trial of paxCompiler for Delphi XE8 Firemonkey and add scripting to your apps.

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