Jon Aasenden – JavaScript the Delphi Way

There are a number of products to simplify writing JavaScript using pascal-based code.
They provide a fast track for Delphi and pascal programmers to create applications for a wider range of platforms.

At our 2023 Symposium, Jon Aasenden, known to many for his involvement in Smart Mobile Studio, will be presenting “JavaScript the Delphi Way”.

JavaScript is no longer confined to the browser. It is a bona fide JIT, with a compiled and highly capable system script, courtesy of node.js.

Quartex Pascal (short: QTX) is an object pascal IDE, compiler, run-time library and development system.

You write code in your favorite Object Pascal, and QTX generates high-performance JavaScript – allowing developers to tap into web technology and enjoy the full might of modern mobile, desktop, and server development. You can also write HTML5 for the front-end.

Join Jon as he shows us QTX 1.0, and shares his vision for the product.
If you want to know a bit more about the history of QTX, an ideal place to start is the Quartex Pascal web page. QTX Developer Website

Come for the talks.
Stay for the prizes.
See you there!
Friday 28th April, Melbourne, Australia and ONLINE.
Register now for the ADUG 2023 Symposium at the Symposium page on the ADUG website

Melbourne (GMT+10) : 09:00am – 05:30pm
Perth (GMT+8) : 07:00am – 03:30pm
London (GMT+0) : 11:00pm – 07:30am (starts Thu 27th local)
New York (GMT-4) : 07:00pm – 03:30am (starts Thu 27th local)
Los Angeles (GMT-8) : 03:00pm – 11:30pm (Thu 27th local)