Sarina DuPont - Senior Product Manager

Senior Product Manager, Developer Tools

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Adding a Custom Icon to a FireMonkey Button In today's blog post, I am outlining how to create custom FireMonkey buttons. In this case, I am using the blue Windows 10 style included in RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo.   
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Build iOS 11 ready apps with RAD Studio 10.2.1 Target iOS 11 with RAD Studio 10.2.1 and the newly released iOS 11 patch. We have released a patch that adds support for building and debugging iOS 11 applications on supported devices, and building App Store, Ad Hoc or In-House Distribution ready apps. It also addresses a number of iOS 10 related issues. This patch is available for any active Update Subscription customer and requires that you have RAD Studio 10.2.1 (Tokyo Release 1) installed. Supported iOS SDK versions: iOS 10.3.x...
Building a Google Drive VCL application using Enterprise Connectors In today's blog post,  I am providing a simple step-by-step tutorial for creating a VCL application that connects to Google Drive using the Google Drive Enterprise Connector component. The CData FireDAC Component for Google Drive provides an easy-to-use database-like interface for Delphi & C++Builder Apps access to live Google Drive data (Files, Changes, Apps, and more).
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Modernize your apps with new styles from KSDev, the company behind, has released some stunning new styles for VCL and FireMonkey.  This includes a number of platform specific themes for Windows and macOS. 
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Get Started with RAD Studio 10.2.1 using Sample Projects With RAD Studio 10.2.1, we provide a number of sample projects to help you get started building Windows, Mac, iOS and Android applications. Today, I thought I would highlight some of those demos for new users trying RAD Studio 10.2.1.
RAD Server Solution Series: [Hospitality] Restaurant Survey Application RAD Server is a turn-key application foundation for rapidly building and deploying services based applications. 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. RAD Server is easy to develop, deploy and operate making it ideally suited for ISVs and OEMs building re-deployable solutions. RAD Server allows you to take your exis...

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Enterprise Connectors Released Today After a successful beta for the past couple of months, I am excited to announce that the CData Enterprise Connectors have been released. The 30 day Trial versions can be downloaded via the GetIt Package Manager (Tools > GetIt Package Manager > Connectors) in RAD Studio 10.2 Pro or higher.  Enterprise Connectors are sold in two different editions.   You will also see some beta versions in GetIt for new connectors that are still being worked on that you can test while they'r...

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Windows App Modernization with RAD Studio Tokyo With RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo, you can easily update your existing application and give it a modern Windows 10 look and feel. In today's post, I thought I would highlight our Windows 10 support to help you move your existing applications forward. Windows 10 VCL GUI Controls These controls were specifically designed for Windows 10 and address common UI paradigms on Windows 10. While they were designed for Windows 10, the controls will also work with older versions of Windows, such as Windows 7 and...

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Twitter Enterprise Connector in Action Update Subscription customers can join the beta and download beta builds for 70+ Enterprise Connectors via the GetIt Package Manager for RAD Studio 10.2.  In today's post, I thought I would highlight how easy it is to create an application that shows your Twitter feed.   Step 1)  Create a new app at Login using your Twitter account credentials and select "Create an application". Enter your app name, description and website URL. Set the Callback URL to ...
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Quickly find add-ons with new GetIt categories We have added a number of new categories to the GetIt Package Manager in 10.2 Tokyo to make it easier to find what you're looking for in GetIt. The GetIt Package Manager can be accessed through the Tools menu in the IDE.  Here's the new list of categories you will find in the GetIt Package Manager: All Libraries Components Internet of Things Trial Connectors Industry Templates IDE Plugins Styles Sample Projects    ...

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