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RealThinClient SDK is a component for building trusted HTTPS, client, router and ISAPI servers with Delphi.

Features and Features of the RealThinClient SDK Component:

  • Development of ISAPI, standalone server and third-party server. Build a server application and compile it into a robust standalone server capable of serving an unlimited number of clients. Or use as an ISAPI DLL extension, which can be deployed to any ISAPI server. Such as MS IIS or Apache. Merge your applications into a third-party messaging server such as the NexusDB server.
  • Easy Multi-thread – Turn off with a simple click: A very sophisticated mechanism built into the entire RTC connection component, which helps thousands of active connections run on separate threads all at the same time.
  • HTTP Protocol without any Firewall Problems: RTC clients never have a specific configuration for capturing through corporate firewalls and accessing the Internet. By simply setting the UseProxy feature to True, the data connection uses a connection provider that reads and downloads data using the same settings.
  • Remote and Reusable Functions – Easy Writing and Calling: Easy implementation and use of remote functions as writing local functions. Just place the Rtc component on the data form or module, name the function, and write OnExecute routines.

required system

Delphi 7 – XE, Delphi XE2, XE3, XE4
Delphi XE5 – XE7
Delphi XE8 – 10.1


RealThinClient SDK

Installation guide

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download link

Download RealThinClientSDK 950 for Delphi 10.4 With source code

Download RealThinClient SDK 9.50 Full Source for D7-D10.3

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