Delphi is one of two development platforms you can choose to build Remoting SDK servers.
Remoting SDK for Delphi allows you to develop your server applications on Windows in Embarcadero's Delphi/RAD Studio IDE, using either the Delphi language or C++Builder.
For sake of clarity, unless where relevant, this site will use the term "Delphi" when talking about topics that apply equally to both Delphi and C++Builder, and "Delphi Language" vs. "C++Builder" when a distinction between the two is being made.
Check out the IDEs section for more details on working with Remoting SDK in Delphi, and in particular
- Creating a new Remoting SDK Server in Delphi
Servers built with Delphi can be primarily be hosted on Windows, as 32-bit and 64-bit applications.
Optionally, you can build your servers as FireMonkey applications to run them on Mac, or use the open source Free Pascal (which works with Remoting SDK but is not officially supported) to build Delphi servers that can be deployed on Linux.
We recommend looking into creating .NET Servers for the best and most flexible cross-platform deployment options. Of course .NET-based servers are fully compatible with your Delphi client applications, and all other client platforms.
Check out more details on deployment in the Deployment section.