Visual Studio Magazine: "More Mobile Options with Embarcadero RAD Studio XE7"

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It was great to see an article about RAD Studio XE7 in Visual Studio Magazine. Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio have been strong supporters of Microsoft Windows for many years. In recent years we have added support for multiple devices including the Windows, OSX, iOS and Android platforms. In recent releases we have added even more support for Windows including touch, multi-touch, multi-screen, Bluetooth and more. We also continue to support our Windows allowing you to use our Visual Component Library (VCL) framework to modernize your applications for Windows 7 and 8.1.

Here is a quote, from the article, by Al Hilwa, IDC Analyst, that clearly discusses one of the challenges facing Windows developers today:

    "One of the biggest challenges for Windows developers today is extending their existing applications beyond the desktop to participate in this new world of mobile devices and connected gadgets and wearables," the company quoted IDC analyst Al Hilwa as saying. "RAD Studio XE7 takes aim at these challenges with key technologies for multi-device development, enterprise mobility and device connectivity. This is a great opportunity for those developers to create new user experiences for their customers and users."

Do you need to create applications, using one codebase, for Windows, OSX, iOS and Android and connect with the Internet of Things? Are you already using earlier releases of our products and want to modernize your Windows apps? You can download a free trial of RAD Studio XE7. Come join the multi-device fun!

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