Component Libraries

  • Name: .Net Runtime Library for Delphi 6.0.7.2
  • File Size: 114.10MB
  • Date: 1 Feb 2021
  • License: Shareware
  • Price: $299.99
  • Eval: 30 days
  • Operating System: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10/Servers 2003/2008/2008r2/2012
  • Hardware Requirements: not provided
  • Other Requirements: .NET Framework 4.6.1
  • Language support: no info provided
  • Notes: n/a

Developer's Description: The .Net Runtime Library for Delphi (CNClrLibrary) is the best library to work with .Net framework and .Net libraries from Delphi. It is designed to provide a way to interact with applications written in anyone of the .Net languages (such as C#, Visual Basic.Net, Delphi.Net, JScript.Net, etc) from Delphi.

CNClrLibrary allows Delphi to use .Net libraries without the need for registry entries, COM registrations, or changes to the .NET libraries. Applications built with the .Net Runtime Library for Delphi will not require any dll files when deployed.

  • Competitive Advantages:
    • No extra dll is required when deployed.
    • No COM registration of .Net Libraries is required when deployed.
    • There are tools to generate your .Net Libraries into Delphi pas files.
    • Allows Delphi to consume .Net libraries as if they were native code.
    • Full access to .Net Framework Class Library.
    • Easy to use.

More info-CrystalNet Technologies LTD


  • Name: MarshallSoft C/C++ AES Library 3.0
  • File Size: 1.1MB
  • Date: 18 Jun 2015
  • License: Shareware
  • Price: $115.00
  • Eval: 30 days
  • Operating System: Win 2000/XP/2003/Vista/7/8/Server 2012
  • Hardware Requirements: Not provided.
  • Other Requirements: C/C++/C# compiler.

The MarshallSoft AES Library for C/C++ (AES4C) is a toolkit that allows software developers to easily implement strong encryption and decryption into a Windows C/C++, Visual C++, .NET or Visual C# application.

AES4C is a component (DLL) library that provides an easy interface to encrypt/decrypt files and data using the 256-bit Rijndael "Advanced Encryption Standard" (AES) as specified by the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).The AES algorithm is commonly used by many financial entities such as banks to protect their customer's sensitive information. More info-MarshallSoft Computing