Category Dev Museum

Unveiling the Revolutionary Borland Delphi 1: The Birth of Rapid Application Development

Introduction In the early 1990s, Borland Delphi 1 emerged as a trailblazing development environment that forever changed the landscape of software development. Introduced by Borland in 1995, Delphi 1 was a groundbreaking product that combined the power of Object Pascal with a visual component-based approach, paving the way for rapid application development. In this blog… Continue reading

Visual Basic 1: Pioneering the Visual Programming Revolution

Introduction In the early 1990s, the programming world witnessed a groundbreaking advancement with the release of Visual Basic 1.0 (VB1). Developed by Microsoft, VB1 revolutionized software development by introducing a visual approach to programming. In this blog post, we’ll explore the origins, features, and lasting impact of Visual Basic 1.0, which laid the foundation for… Continue reading

Rediscovering VB-DOS: A Journey into the Past

Introduction In the vast world of programming, few languages hold a place in history as pivotal as Visual Basic for DOS (VB-DOS). Although many developers today are familiar with its successor, Visual Basic for Windows, VB-DOS played a crucial role in shaping the future of programming languages. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the… Continue reading