I'm a relatively new convert to Linux having been brought up on Windows since v3.1 (pre-workgroups!).
I also have many years experience programming in Delphi. For those who don't know it is (was?) an object orientated event driven language with lots of powerful objects like charts, spreadsheets etc. as well as the usual radio buttons, check boxes etc. You could drop them onto the form, write the code and produce an executable. Simples - sometimes.
I would like to know if there an open source equivalent to this that I can run on a Linux platform?
I'm trying to do some mathematical modelling involving maybe animations drawn over a playing video etc.
As I remember Kylix was the Linux version of Delphi but it's wasn't open source.
I don't mind if my programs run inside a browser or stand-alone.