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PrintDat! now supports Delphi XE2 I received the following email from Barry McClure of Grebar Systems Inc telling me that PrintDat! now supports Delphi XE2 for 32 and 64 bit Windows. "As of April 1st, we started shipping PrintDAT! v1.60 which works with Delphi XE2 32-bit and 64-bit (VCL). Our PrintDAT! component now has Unicode output which supports over 40 different languages in a single report. PrintDAT! is a report component that can create ad-hoc reports from grids, tables or queries in just one second. Drop a TpdtPrin...
FireMonkey Quick Start Guide now available on our DocWiki The Embarcadero documentation team has put together a new "FireMonkey Quick Start Guide" that will help everyone new to FireMonkey. The guide will take you get started building Windows, Mac and iOS Applications with FireMonkey.  Quoting from the opening page of the Quick Start Guide, "This Quick Start Guide walks you through the basic development steps needed to create your first FireMonkey application and is designed to give you a basic understanding of the FireMonkey business application platf...
Last week for special offers on RAD Studio XE2, Delphi XE2 and C++Builder XE2 A reminder that this is the last week of our special offers for RAD Studio XE2, Delphi XE2 and C++Builder XE2.  XE2 lets you build Windows and Mac applications using one codebase with our new FireMonkey platform for HD (high definition) and 3D business applications. Move up to XE2 and be able to build Windows, Mac, Web and Mobile applications for Windows 32 (Delphi/C++), Windows 64 (Delphi), Macintosh OS X (C++/Delphi) and iOS (Delphi).  With RAD Studio you can also use RadPHP XE2 to build mo...

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TMS Software releases TMS TableView for FireMonkey Bruno Firens posted on Delphi Developer: "Our 2nd product for the FireMonkey framework has been released today: TMS TableView for FireMonkey. Fully cross-platform (Win32,Win64,Mac OSX,iOS) and fully customizable via styles!"  TMS TableView supports Delphi XE2 and C++Builder XE2. A few of the features listed on the TMS TableView page: TableView control with smooth scrolling with inertia, direct navigation, single & multi select Built-in support for use with LiveBindings, allows to bi...
Upgrade from any earlier version to XE2 – Offer Extended to January 31, 2012 We heard from many developers that you wanted to take advantage of our upgrade from any earlier version offer, but needed to wait until after the new year to be able to purchase.  So, we've extended the special upgrade offer until January 31, 2012. Delphi XE2, C++Builder XE2 and RAD Studio XE2 are here with new capabilities you've been waiting for like 64-bit Delphi and the ability to target both Windows and Mac from a single source code base. For a limited time, all earlier version users qua...
Last day to take advantage of special offers on our developer tools Good morning from foggy Scotts valley.  It's Friday, December 30, 2011.  Today is the last day to take advantage of the special offers on our developer tools.  If you haven't upgraded to our XE2 editions, you can upgrade from any earlier version to XE2.  This offer is good for Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio customers. Our sales teams, partners and online shop sites are ready to take you order.  If you have end of year budget that you need to spend (or lose it),  we can help you spend it wi...
24 Hours of Delphi - Tuesday, December 20 - current session schedule The following is the current agenda/schedule for the 24 Hours of Delphi that takes place next Tuesday, December 20 from 12:00am PST (08:00 GMT) and ends December 21 at 12:00am PST.  During the 24 hours we will have special guests, live presentations and demonstrations, live Q&A, and additional sessions from CodeRage 6 and our recent series of Delphi XE2 webinars.  You can register to join the fun online at http://forms.embarcadero.com/forms/24-HoursofDelphiRegistrationIntl The following i...

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RAD Studio XE2 World Tour: Sofia, Bulgaria Last week I have been presenting FireMonkey, Delphi and RAD Studio XE2 in Sofia in Bulgaria. The conference room was really big. It looked like Delphi developers in Sofia are now really into the new world of FireMonkey programming, plus lots of questions around DataSnap and enterprise technologies in Delphi. That was the first Delphi event in Bulgaria in about five years, so I have started my presentation with a little overview of other Embarcadero products including AppWave....
Join me for the 24 hours of Delphi - next Tuesday, December 20 I will be online on December 20 from midnight to midnight. I'll be demoing, playing videos, talking to developers, and answering your questions across all of the time zones on planet Earth. I hope you will be able to join me for part of your day. This special online event filled with technical information, tips and tricks will help you get the most out of Delphi. You can register to take part at http://forms.embarcadero.com/forms/24-HoursofDelphiRegistration. Whether you’re new to Delph...

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Bom Dia from Brazil - Why Delphi for 64-bit Windows? I am here in Sao Paulo at the sold out Embarcadero Delphi Conference 2011.  I just completed the opening keynote before more than 620 developers. During the keynote I talked about the many reasons why developers can and should now move to 64-bit Windows using DelphI XE2. Why 64-bit Windows? It's taken a long time to get to 64-bit computing.  ACM Queue Magazine wrote a great article, "The Long Road to 64 bits" covering decades long move from 8, 16, 24, and 32 bit to 64-bit computing.  For t...

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