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Borland Delphi Developers to Use eBay, PayPal SDKs to Build .NET Services

Borland Delphi Developers to Use eBay, PayPal SDKs to Build .NET Services

At this week's Microsoft Conference, eBay and Borland Software Corporation announced a new relationship that will provide Borland developers with access to tools and resources for creating Web services applications for the eBay and PayPal platforms and communities.

Through a joint distribution agreement, Borland will make the eBay and PayPal Software Development Kits (SDKs) available to Delphi developers. The agreement provides Delphi developers with access to tools and resources that can help them build highly-available .NET services. These Web services applications will allow developers to tap into the eBay marketplace as well as PayPal's online payment services.

The eBay Developers Program and PayPal Developer Network (PDN) have already helped thousands of developers create unique, customized applications on the eBay and PayPal platforms. Earlier this year, both eBay and PayPal announced new Web services offerings, broadening the audience for these tools and making them more appealing to enterprise customers and Web services developers.

"This is mutually beneficial for both of our communities," said George Paolini, vice president, general manager of developer tools at Borland Software. "The eBay and PayPal Web services-based platforms provide new market opportunities for the many Borland developers working with Windows and Microsoft .NET."

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