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Stockholm - RAD Studio 10.2 On the high speed train from Stockholm to Gothenburg. In the morning flew from Amsterdam to show the latest Delphi and C++Builder to Swedish developers. There is certain energy exchange happening on live developer presentations like this. You give something and you get something in return. Nice to have Internet and electricity in the train, but after the whole day of programming new ideas do not come easy. Every RAD event is different. From recent ones in Prague and Warsaw, I knew to keep enoug...
ThingConnect IoT Device Components and BeaconFence now available for download in RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo You can now access over 50 ThingConnect IoT Device Components via the GetIt Package Manager (Tools > GetIt Package Manager) for download in RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo. This includes BLE and Z-Wave components, ranging from home automation, to fitness gadgets, medical devices, environmental sensors and more.     BeaconFence is now also available for download in RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo:   Download a RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo Trial ...

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New in 10.2: MariaDB Support One of the biggest new RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo database features is support for MariaDB open-source relational database. MariaDB is one of the most popular open-source SQL databases. It is a fork from MySQL database, after it has been acquired by Oracle, the original creators of MySQL, started to work on MariaDB, which is highly compatible, some say 95%, with MySQL. Consequently you will not find a new "MariaDB" node in RAD Studio "Data Explorer", but existing FireDAC MySQL driver has been rework...
FireDAC Video: Moving existing .CDS Data into TFDMemTable & Editing Data at Design Time In this video, I am going to show you how to move existing TClientDataSet .CDS data into FireDAC's TFDMemTable as well as editing TFDMemTable data at design time. This works with both Delphi and C++Builder with features introduced in 10.2 Tokyo.       Download a RAD Studio 10.2 Trial Today!...
Multi-Threading for TBitmap, TCanvas, and TContext3D Mucho se ha hablado de las características de Tokyo en cuanto al soporte de nuevas plataformas. Está claro que la irrupción de Linux entre las plataformas destino de nuestras aplicaciones, es el gran atractivo de esta nueva versión. Otros compañeros de la comunidad han hablado del tema y han publicado vídeos al respecto.   En mi caso voy a hablar de otra de las novedades de la versión Tokyo. Se trata del soporte de multithread para las clases TBitmap, TCanvas y TContext3D en Fir...
Easy install SQL Server driver in Ubuntu It's quite exciting to develop Delphi and C++ Builder applications for Linux using the brand new RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo release. So I can imagine that many developers are now starting new projects targeting Linux, or adapting their existing ones to the new platform. Many of these projects will surely use database connections, and the most widely used Enterprise database engine is Microsoft SQL Server (acording to different surveys).

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RAD Server Samples in RAD Studio 10.2 With RAD Studio 10.2, we provide great RAD Server demo projects to get you started.  With 10.2, you can deploy RAD Server to Linux servers, in addition to Windows servers. Below is a list of sample projects that highlight RAD Server's capabilities and are designed to help you get started building your own solutions with RAD Server.     Notes Resource Sample The first part of the application consists of creating a RAD Server Package with a new ResourceName (Notes). Once you run...
New FireMonkey styles for macOS and Android Wear in 10.2 In Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio 10.2 we are providing two new FireMonkey styles: a dark blue style for Android Wear devices and a dark graphite style for macOS. You can access the FireMonkey styles at: C:\Users\Public\Documents\Embarcadero\Studio\19.0\Styles\MacOS\macOSgraphite.fsf C:\Users\Public\Documents\Embarcadero\Studio\19.0\Styles\Android\AndroidWearDarkBlue.fsf To apply the style to your application, drop a TStyleBook component onto your form, and double click ...
New in 10.2: Editing Data in TFDMemTable at Design-Time The new Delphi 10.2 Tokyo (and corresponding C++Builder and RAD Studio version) has been released and it has many new smaller and bigger features. Clearly the biggest, most visible new thing is the new Delphi Linux 64-bit compiler and the capability to build server-side apps with Delphi. It did not take too long for the first Delphi developers to start playing with building GUIs for Linux with Delphi FireMonkey. One of my favourite new features in Delphi 10.2 is the possibility to edit data i...

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RAD Server Multi-Tenancy Support is here Today I thought I would follow up my previous 'preview' post with more information on Multi-Tenancy support in RAD Server. The 10.2 version, released 2 days ago, includes Multi-Tenancy support for RAD Server. 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 th...

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