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May 2017 Roadmap Commentary from Product Management
After the 10.2 Tokyo release that introduced Delphi for Linux, we launched our annual developer survey. The survey ran for a couple of weeks and ended at the end of April. Participation in our survey was exceptional (50% higher participation than in the past), providing lots of invaluable feedback to the product management team. We’d like to thank everyone who took the time to participate in our s...
New FireDAC Database Status Page
Since last year, beside our regular docwiki with the extensive product documentation (it has over a quarter million pages!) Embarcadero has a platforms status wiki indicating with versions of operating systems are supported -- and how that changes over different versions of RAD Studio. The page includes also information on just released operating system updates and fixes or workarounds for those. ...
Introducing RAD Studio 10.2 - London
What a day! I'm just sitting at the gate in the London Heathrow airport waiting for my flight to Amsterdam. It was a great RAD Studio 10.2 event in London today. Embarcadero and Grey Matter, our UK reseller, organised the event about the latest version of Delphi and C++Builder in a nice private cinema building. All attendees additionally to other goodies received pop-corn and it was a lot of fun. ...
Speaking at ADUG 2017 Symposium Next Week (and Visiting Australia)
Next week on Thursday and Friday I'll be speaking at the ADUG Symposium in Brisbane and Melbourne. The event information is at http://www.adug.org.au/meetings/symposiums/2017-symposium/. I'll give two sessions, one focused on the Delphi language and one on its Windows support (including WinRT and the Desktop Bridge). I'll also give a keynote on the status of Delphi. There are other sessions for a ...


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Written by Jim McKeeth on Friday, 26 May 2017
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I still remember the first time I saw Visuino in action. It was 2 years ago during our Delphi 20th Birthday Party when Boian unveiled this new project he was building with Delphi. It was really impressive. At the time he wasn't sure what the price would be for it, but looking at the level of utility I expected it...

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Written by Hitoshi Fujii on Friday, 19 May 2017
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Written by Atanas on Friday, 24 March 2017
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This week, we are pleased to release RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo. It celebrates our many customers in Japan and is a testament to the true global nature of our company. If you remember, one of our Boot Camps had representatives from over 200 countries!RAD 10.2 is an important release in many ways. It is a truly BIG one. The Enterprise...

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Written by Christopher M424 on Friday, 24 March 2017
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Launch the License Manager from the bin folder (by default "C:\Program Files (x86)\Embarcadero\Studio.0\bin\LicenseManager.exe") and delete any trial or beta (Test Field) license that you can find. Check it under License Details in the center column.Under your Control Panel's Program and Features Add/Remove Program uninstall the following entries:RAD Studio 10.2 version 19.0Please follow these instructions to remove any leftover files:If Windows...

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Visualize JSON using TTreeView
I tried a program that reads a JSON file in C ++ Builder VCL and displays it in TTreeView component. This project file is open to public from github. github.com/mojeld      Place two TSpeedButton, TTreeView, TMemo, TActivityIndicator, TOpenDialog, TImageList. ImageList1 has an icon for displaying in TreeView1       [code] Create an event to read a JSON ...
Daemonizing a WebBroker Application on Linux.
Recently I wrote a blog post on using the fork() instruction to create a Daemon under Linux with Delphi. In that post, the Daemon which is created does nothing but enter into an infinite...
My Visit to Australia and ADUG Symposium
Last week I was in Australia for the ADUG Symposium, invited by the ADUG committee. For more information about this user groups, which is one of the largest and best organized in the Delphi community, refer to https://www.adug.org.au/. The event was nice and well organized, I ended up talking over 3 hours each day, but it was great, and we had a lot of interactions around the status of Delphi ...