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C++Builder XE4 use case: (I need to) Build a Multi-Tier Windows and Mac Master/Detail database application We need to move our C++ based customers and orders client/server application to a multi-tier architecture to separate the database from the business logic and then build several C++ applications that can run on Windows 32, Windows 64 and Mac OSX. The back end SQL database may be Oracle, MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, SQLite or another SQL database running on several operating systems. The business logic needs to run on Windows Server 2012. The business logic middle tier will handle the SQL oper...
C++Builder XE4 use case: (I need to) Build a Windows and Mac C++ app For ISVs and Enterprises the #1 application development challenge today is supporting the growing heterogeneous mix of client devices, UI approaches, OS versions, and emerging form factors. With traditional development approaches, for every new platform supported, a whole new team is required to create and manage a separate codebase. This approach multiplies your costs and time to market with each addition. To turn this mounting challenge into a competitive advantage C++ developers need an edge,...
The end of a great week in Europe with Delphi for iOS I am sitting at London Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 at the end of a great week in Denmark and England using RAD Studio XE4 and Delphi XE4.  Many thanks go out to the 42 enthusiastic developers who spent two days with me in Nyborg Denmark at the Dapug Delphi XE4 workshop.  We spent the two days building DataSnap and Delphi for iOS applications.  It was wonderful to see all of the developers creating new Delphi mobile applications in just a few minutes.  Thanks, also, to the happy developers in Lon...
C++Builder XE4: multi-device, true native, on-device rapid prototyping C++ developers are deep into the mad, mad, mad, mad world of multiple devices.  Users inside and outside of enterprises are using desktops, notebooks, netbooks, ultrabooks, smartphones, tablets, servers and clouds as their main and secondary computing devices.  Being able to build native apps for Windows and Mac with a single codebase allows you to code once and create a high performance app that runs on PCs and Macs. Using true native C++ gives you more control and your users the best app exper...

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You (the Developer) exist to build great apps.... You will see new developer focused product pages and banners for RAD Studio, Delphi, C++Builder and InterBase today.  Also new in RAD Studio XE4 is IBLite, the embeddable SQL database for iOS.  Also included in RAD Studio XE4 is HTML5 Builder.  We are celebrating the developer in an even bigger way today.  Take a look at the new banners on our Embarcadero Technologies application development product pages. Since Turbo Pascal 1.0 we have been a company focused on developers building products buil...
Developer Direct Friday conversations comes to the US and Canada starting April 19 Join the team of Embarcadero development and industry experts for more technical, relaxed and fun demo and discussion sessions. Each week we will cover development topics using RAD Studio, C++Builder and Delphi. Raise your questions and interact live with both presenters and attendees as each week a new theme gives focus and direction to solve the every day challenges that professional software developers face. Your hosts each week are Anders Ohlsson, Al Mannarino and David Intersimone "David...

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C++ in the Multi-Device Enterprise In every conversation, social network post and industry article, you hear about the need for multi-device support inside an Enterprise. Terms like BYOD appear in most articles and Enterprise strategies. Computing in a modern Enterprise is not only a Microsoft Windows world. Enterprise organizations need to support a wide array of devices that their employees are using to be more productive. The modern enterprise also needs to support additional software architectures including multi-tier systems...
Webinar: March 26 - C++ in the Multi-Device Enterprise Join me, David I, on March 26, 2013 for my webinars (3 times during the day) showcasing how C++ can be used in the multi-device enterprise. In every conversation, social network post and industry article, you hear about the need for multi-device support inside an Enterprise. Terms like BYOD appear in most articles and Enterprise strategies. Computing in a modern Enterprise is not only a Microsoft Windows world. Enterprise organizations need to support a wide array of devices that their emp...
Multi-Device C++ is used everywhere on planet Earth and beyond! In my conversation with Bjarne Stroustrup during the CodeRage 7 C++ Conference (replays of the sessions are available to watch and download) last December, Bjarne talked about how pervasive C++ is in enterprises, infrastructures, major application software and operating platforms. C++ is used to build Operating Systems, Libraries, Applications and Scalable Systems.  C++ is used in many different markets on planet Earth and beyond. C++ is used in major operating systems including: ...
FireMonkey XE3 DrawArc and FillArc on the form and a TImage Bitmap I received an email from Marian Ionescu this morning asking me how to draw an Arc on a FireMonkey Timage Bitmap.  In FireMonkey XE2 there was a method, BitmapChanged, for a TBitmap that was refactored out in FireMonkey XE3.   To take a look, I build Delphi and C++Builder FireMonkey XE3 HD applications.  I placed a TImage and a TButton on my form.  Then I took some code from the FireMonkey XE3 help and Embarcadero Docwiki and wrote a simple program to draw and fill an arc on the Form's Canvas and...

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