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Upcoming 2017 Webinars

Written by Jim McKeeth on . Posted in Articles

We've got a lot of exciting webinars coming in the first quarter of 2017. All these global webinars are offers 3 times a day to accommodate your busy schedule and timezones: 6 AM, 11 AM, 6 PM PDT. Replays will be available after the webinar completes, but be sure to attend for the live Q&A.

Register Now for the webinars that interest you.

RAD Server - Looking ahead to 2017

Written by Sarina D on . Posted in News

In today’s post, I wanted to share some details on the great plans we have in store for RAD Server. While Berlin 10.1.2 is great, my favorite development in 2016 is RAD Server.

RAD Server is our turn-key application foundation for rapidly building and deploying services based applications (self-hosted PaaS). RAD Server enables developers to quickly build new application back-ends or migrate existing Delphi or C++ client/server business logic to a modern services based architecture that is open, stateless, secure and scalable. With RAD Server, you can simply load Delphi and C++ business logic methods into RAD Server, add some users, and go.

第33回 エンバカデロ・デベロッパーキャンプでDe...

Written by Hitoshi Fujii on . Posted in News

2016年12月9日、東京・恵比寿のEBiS 303カンファレンススペースで「エンバカデロ・デベロッパーキャンプ」が開催された。33回目となるこのイベントは、ボーランドの開発ツール部門の分離を発表した2006年から継続的に開催されており、今年も2回目の開催となる。

2016 Cool App Winners

Written by Jim McKeeth on . Posted in Tips, Tricks & Techniques

When we first launched our Cool App contest, we knew there would be some stiff competition. The winners represent some truly amazing innovations that are helping people live and work more creatively and compassionately. I want to congratulate all these great developers for their innovative use of Embarcadero tools. If this year is any indication, I truly can’t wait to see what’s in store for 2017.

Get Started with RAD Server (Holiday Special)

Written by Sarina D on . Posted in DATA

20% Off Architect + FREE RAD Server Site License (worth $5000)

As part of the current RAD Studio Architect Offer, you will get a free site license of RAD Server, an additional $5000 value. The offer ends December 31st, 2016.

The offer is valid with a purchase of RAD Studio, Delphi or C++Builder 10.1 Berlin Architect named user new license or upgrade.  It is not valid with a purchase of Add-On Packs, Starter editions, 5-packs, 10-packs Academic, network named or concurrent licenses.

The Best Windows Support RAD Studio 10.1.2 Berlin

Written by Marco Cantu, RAD PM on . Posted in News

RAD Studio 10 Seattle and RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin have offered specific support for many features of Windows 10, and the Anniversary Edition (of Update 2) of RAD Studio 10.1 adds more, including the ability to generate Appx packages using the Windows Desktop Bridge and offer full support for Microsoft Windows 10 application Store.

XE8 / 10 Seattle向け Fall 2016アップデート

Written by Hitoshi Fujii on . Posted in News

エンバカデロは、Delphi / C++Builder / RAD StudioのバージョンXE8および10 Seattleのアップデートをリリースしました。このアップデートは、有効なアップデートサブスクリプションに加入しているユーザーが利用できます。このリリースは、いわゆる「バックポート」と呼ばれる、最新バージョンで実施した修正(今回の場合10.1 Berlinとそのアップデート)を、旧バージョンをお使いの方にも利用いただけるようにする現在の取り組みの一環として提供するものです。

RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin Update 2 - Anniversary Edition

Written by Jim McKeeth on . Posted in Tips, Tricks & Techniques

RAD Studio, C++Builder and Delphi 10.1 Berlin Update 2 Anniversary Edition helps you to Code Faster and Reach Further. You still write your code once, but now you code faster and reach every store: Android, iOS, macOS and Windows 10. Not only does update 2 include many bug fixes, but it also includes new features, all in a non-breaking release.

Fall 2016 XE8 and 10 Seattle Updates

Written by Marco Cantu, RAD PM on . Posted in News

Embarcadero has just release updates for the XE8 and 10 Seattle versions of Delphi, C++Builder, and RAD Studio, available to customers with an active update subscription. This is part of the ongoing initiative to make available fixes done in newer versions (in this case 10.1 Berlin and its updates) to customers still on previous versions, something we informally call "back-porting".

Issues with winapifamily.h and other header files after installin...

Written by David Millington on . Posted in RAD Studio

There is a known issue where occasionally, after the C++Builder and RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin Update 2 installer has run, eight header files may be missing from C++Builder’s include\windows\sdk folder.

The bug manifests as trying to build a Windows C++ application, and getting a compiler error at the top of windows.h stating that winapifamily.h was not found.

Check out more tips and tricks in this development video: