JT @ Embarcadero

JT is the Sr. Director of Application Developer Products at Embarcadero and is responsible for all product management and product marketing for these products.


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Dynamic Arrays in RAD Studio XE7 Marco discusses a significant new language feature for Dynamic Arrays. http://blog.marcocantu.com/blog/2014_september_dynamic_arrays_delphixe7.html...

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 DevExpress announces VCL components v14.1.4 now supports XE7 Written by David I. Today's developer skill sprint is titled "Internet of Things with Bluetooth". I have uploaded the slides (slightly modified from the presentation) to Embarcadero's Slideshare site at http://www.slideshare.net/embarcaderotechnet/internet-of-things-xe7-bluetooth-skillsprintdavidi. The sample programs that I use in the demonstrations are included in Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio XE7 releases. The samples are also included with the Appmethod September 2014 release.  You ca...
    1. Venez nous rejoindre à l'Ecole 42 le 7 Octobre prochain à partir de 18h15 pour la FDD Night Written By Posted by Thierry Laborde L’association "Fier d’être développeur", dont Embarcadero est un des sponsors, organise son événement 2014 : la FDD Night ! N'hésitez pas à venir nous rejoindre lors de cet événement qui se déroulera au sein de l'Ecole 42 le Mardi 7 Octobre à partir de 18h15. Et n'oubliez pas non plus de venir rejoindre ce mouvement pour promouvoir notre beau et noble métier de développeur, et pouvoir crier tout haut que oui nous sommes fier d'être développeur...

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New in XE6! Packages for C++ 64-bit Windows In case you missed it, XE6 delivers package support for the 64-bit compiler for Windows. As an example, in this post I will rebuild the C++ samples package and add one of the controls to a 64-bit C++ Windows VCL applications. First, we'll open the project group found under C:\Users\Public\Documents\Embarcadero\Studio\14.0\Samples\CPP\VCL\Controls Now that we can build this package with the 64-bit compiler, we can comment out the compiler output #error for Win64. Next, we add the 64-bit pla...

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Windows XP End of Support Survey With the End of Support scheduled for tomorrow, we thought we'd post a quick survey to understand your plans (if any) to migrate your apps off of Windows XP. It's only five questions and should just take a few minutes and we would appreciate your input. Click here to take survey....

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Windows XP End of Support is on April 8th, 2014 I just fired up a VM with Windows XP for some quick testing of some old code and look what I found? Have you thought about your migration path off of XP and modernizing your XP applications? If not, check out the replay Marco Cantu's recent webinar: http://forms.embarcadero.com/ModernWindowsApps3-19...

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No time to rest: Endless possibilities with REST for VCL and FM REST is awesome. There I said it. And, like many of you, I've lived through several generations of remoting technologies over the years. What I like most about REST is its simplicity and inherent flexibility AND the fact that everyone is exposing their services this way AND it's relatively painless to integrate regardless of the language used. Basically, REST is everywhere and there countless services exposed that will add value to your apps. In RAD Studio XE5, we've introduced components ...

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Hello iOS 7! Embarcadero extends congratulations to Apple on shipping iOS 7 today. Now that we have the public shipping bits we are doing some final testing our iOS 7 Style (which should be available to registered XE5 developers shortly). To whet your appetite, here is a screenshot of the FM Controls samples app we built this early afternoon. ~/jt...

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Delphi Brings ARC to Android From Marco's Blog: http://blog.marcocantu.com/blog/delphi_arc_android.html Delphi mobile compilers use Automatic Reference Counting. While ARC is commonly used on iOS, Android developers generally rely on a Garbage Collector....

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