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The beta is now closed: If you are doing iOS development, join the beta to get access to the 64-bit toolchain Anyone using a RAD Studio, Delphi, C++Builder or Appmethod product with the iOS toolchain can apply to the beta program to get access to the 64-bit iOS toolchain in the current beta program (under NDA).  Send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. //  with the subject "iOS64 Beta Request" and please provide the following information: EDN email address used to register your product Short description and/or temporary name of app Name of Apple developer account (if you have one)...
FireMonkey Math Visualization iOS app is available in the Apple App Store Anders Ohlsson reports that his MathViz for iOS version 1.0 has been approved by Apple and is now available in the Apple App Store.  MathViz is a Delphi/FireMonkey for iOS application that uses (mostly) the same codebase as his Windows and Mac version.  You can find the MathViz iOS app in the Apple App Store at http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/mathviz/id521868631?ls=1&mt=8. Anders has written an EDN technical article, "Visualizing mathematical functions by generating custom meshes using Fir...

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December 24 - Christmas Eve - T Minus less than 24 hours Friday, December 24 - Christmas Eve - it's quiet in the house, and the servers are humming. One more day to go until the big man in the red suit visits our houses and delivers great software tools and geek gifts for us all to enjoy.  I probably won't be able to keep from blogging about all the great stuff and food.  Before I leave the computer on this wonderous eve, I thought I would write "A Developer's Night Before Christmas" poem.  Have a great evening everyone! A Developer's Night Befo...
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