RAD Studio 10.2.2 Released Today

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I am excited to announce that RAD Studio 10.2.2 was released today. 10.2 Tokyo, Release 2 (also known as 10.2.2) is an update of Delphi 10.2 Tokyo, C++Builder 10.2 Tokyo and RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo available for any active Update Subscription customer.


10.2.2 Registered User Download Links:

Docwiki: http://docwiki.embarcadero.com/RADStudio/Tokyo/en/10.2_Tokyo_-_Release_2  


Several key new features were added, including FireMonkey Quick Edit support, a number of new VCL controls, a new dark themed IDE option, a RAD Server single site deployment license in Enterprise and Architect editions, installer and welcome page enhancements and more.


Also included is newly added support for macOS High Sierra, and enhanced platform support for iOS 11 (including iPhone X), Android 8, Windows 10, and Linux, additional enhancements throughout various product areas, and over quality improvements to over 150 publicly reported issues.



Key RAD Studio 10.2.2 Features:

The new dark theme is designed for night-time work or lengthy use, with updated component icons that complement both the light and dark theme. Easily toggle between the newly added dark theme and the existing light theme through a newly provided option on the desktop toolbar in the IDE.



Improve developer productivity with the new Quick Edit feature for FireMonkey, allowing you to quickly perform common actions in the FireMonkey Form Designer.




Also new in 10.2.2 are four new VCL Windows GUI controls, designed with Windows 10 in mind.

  • TCardPanel: The new Card Panel is a specialized component that manages a collection of cards.
  • TStackPanel: The Stack Panel is a new container control that allows you to automatically align all parented controls vertically or horizontally while retaining each control's custom height and width settings.
  • TDatePicker and TTimePicker are modern date and time picker controls with support for multiple formatting options, a custom drop-down count and ok and cancel date and time selection buttons.



Also new is an updated IDE Welcome Page with new sample projects, videos from our YouTube channel, and a calendar of local and global events to help new users get started quickly.


Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio Enterprise and Architect editions now include a RAD Server Single Site/Single Server deployment license. Also covered by the included single site RAD Server license is BeaconFence deployment for a single location with unlimited users, and no square footage limitation


We've also enhanced our JavaScript client support for Sencha Ext JS with RAD Server through TDataSet JSON mapping.


Click on our new 10.2.2 product video below to see the key new features in action:


New to RAD Studio? Download the RAD Studio 10.2.2 Trial today!

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  • Daniel Liljeberg
    Daniel Liljeberg Thursday, 11 January 2018

    Wait what. I really have tried to find the good things about C++ Builder and not focus on the bugs, the sometimes wonky UI, features one is missing from other modern IDE's etc. But, still no Android services for C++ Builder (this was added to Delphi A LONG time ago and said then to come with the next release for C++) and no Linux for C++ Builder (which I was also told would be in the next release when it was released for Delphi. How are C++ developers NOT supposed to feel like second degree citizens when this happens time and time again?

    Compared to something like Visual Studio to use Visual C++, C++ Builder Entirprise for instance cost quite a bit of money. Time and time I have been told, "sorry we know we have been a bit slow with C++ before but that will change now". New product owner comes onboard and proclaims things will be different. C++ is important and will not be left behind compared to Delphi. I was super happy when we finally saw 64 bit support and the clang based compiler. Finally C++ would be something you focused on. Then... things stay the same.

    Picture a C++ developer, finding out one of the new cool features advertised for the next release will only "come for delphi for this release but will be released for C++ soon after". You watch webinars where the new features are a focal point and only feel even more that you ar emissing out. Why so much focus on something (even in C++ webinar paths) that we can't use? But ok they said it will come soon. An update is released during the year, but the feature is sill not there for C++. The year ends and the developer has to renew his subscription to be able to get a feature he wanted that should have been released already. But ok, the dev bites the apple and pais again. New versions, new updates and STILL the feature doesn't come out for C++. Not only that, even MORE new touted features are released with promises of "comming to C++ shortly", which they don't.

    On top of other things Microsoft have, during this time, released support to run their IDE and do C++ development in OSX and released support for Linux development in C++ on Windows etc. Instead of feeling C++ Builder had some cool new features that made it stand out C++ developers loose out both within the Embarcadero eco system but also compared to what they would be able to do if they would have used the (very common) alternative.

    What are your plans regarding this going forward? Our company has paid license fees for many, many years but we have started questioning Embarcaderos comittment and intent when it comes to the C++ language.

  • Bjorn Hofsvang
    Bjorn Hofsvang Tuesday, 26 December 2017


    How can I get the RAD Server Single Server deployment license with a download link for Enterprise version of Delphi? (I have a Enterprise subscription).

  • Moskw@
    Moskw@ Friday, 22 December 2017

    how to get RAD Server Single Site/Single Server deployment license that is with Enterprise version of Delphi ? Where can i download Rad Server ?


  • Pandora
    Pandora Wednesday, 20 December 2017

    I am using wndows 10 and have a monitor resolution of 3840 * 2160, and using a scale of 150% will cause an error when I run.
    change the monitor scale to 100%, no error will occur.

    Access violation at address 50B8972E in module 'vcl250.bpl'. Read of address 00000024.

    Access violation at address 1866E1BF in module 'DclRxCtl240.bpl'. Read of address 00000000.

  • Rhett
    Rhett Saturday, 16 December 2017

    Beware loading this if you've failed to keep your license current. It doesn't give any warnings about this until after it has completely hosed your existing installation.

    I've got a full time job, but have been trying to get something going w/ Delphi on the side. Apparently my year of support has expired -- but I was still able to download and install 10.2.2. Not run it mind you. It just give a single "license expired" window and quits -- without so much as an option to enter a new license.

    I uninstalled 10.2.2 and tried to reinstall 10.2.1 --and it refused with a "not enough disk space" message. (I have over 200G avail on my "most full" drive.) Searched for a long time trying to find an answer. Eventually I uninstalled 10.2.1 (again) from the CD -- it wasn't even in Windows' software list anymore, and then I was finally able to reinstall my existing version.

    I know it's my own fault for not staying current -- but without any income from using it (yet), it's hard to do so. Anyway -- to anyone else in the same position, beware! It's a great way to waste a day (or more, depending on your internet speed) if you're not still under support. I suppose it's too much to ask that either the "registered user downloads" or the installer itself check my license *before* hosing up my system.

    Anyway, I do look forward to 10.2.2 when I can scrape up the money, it looks like a lot of new features for a second-point release.


  • Hamza Benzaoui
    Hamza Benzaoui Thursday, 14 December 2017

    Hi, The start page is not loading isnt "startpageide250.bpl" ?

  • brent S791
    brent S791 Thursday, 14 December 2017

    Can you guys tell me the date modified on your fmxaccessibility250.bpl in the bin, bin64 folder? Also, the bplfmxaccessibility250.dylib in binosx32? Mine is June 23rd 2017. After installing 10.2.2, compiling a FMX application set up for Accessibility http://docwiki.embarcadero.com/RADStudio/Tokyo/en/FireMonkey_Accessibility_Package results in Unit FMX.ScreenReader.Win was compiled with a different version of System.Generics.Collections.TArray.Sort On a OSX target, FMX.ScreenReader.Mac is the unit mentioned. I reported the problem at https://quality.embarcadero.com/browse/RSP-19533

  • Al Taylor
    Al Taylor Wednesday, 13 December 2017

    Hi Sarina, No Android services for C++ Builder, No Linux for C++ Builder!! Have we been abandoned again officially or did it just happen? I always want to make positive comments about the effort you all make, but its getting harder to keep the chin up. Al

  • Steve J
    Steve J Wednesday, 13 December 2017

    Besides going through the full day hassle of reinstalling everything (and waiting for GetIt packages that are not available yet), the new IDE has some major problems.
    1. If you close the "What's new" panel from the welcome page, it always comes back open as soon as you come back to the Welcome page.
    2. Most annoying, if you change the IDE layout (I use "Classic Undocked", if you close a project using File > Close all, the IDE layout jumps back to "Startup Layout", meaning that if you want to switch to another project, you have to reconfigure your IDE layout every time. You have to fix this, this is a hassle.
    3. The Documentation page when starting up is always open and selected, there is no way to close it forever. I'd like to startup on the Welcome Page instead where I can add my favorite projects.

  • RolandK
    RolandK Tuesday, 12 December 2017

    Please have the download also available for All Access Gold etc. users. They are at the moment only available to the XE license. Which is not correct. All Access Gold also entitles to RAD Studio Architect.

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