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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)...

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Mobile Push Notifications without a BaaS Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio XE7 include support for mobile push (remote) notifications via a Parse and Kinvey BaaS providers. This makes it really easy to send push notifications to your users on mobile devices. Both Parse and Kinvey offer free service levels (as well as paid), and you can also download App42 SDK for Appmethod and use the App42 BaaS instead. Or you can bypass BaaS and send the push notifications yourself. [Read more]  ...
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C++Builder XE7 - モバイルアプリでダイアログボックス(ShowMessage/InputBox/InputQuery/MessageDlg) 高橋(智)です。 RAD Studio XE7(Appmethod 1.15)のリリースでは、FireMonkeyを用いたiOS/Android向けモバイルアプリを作成する際にとても重要な変更がありました。リリースノートを見ますと、ShowMessage/InputBox/InputQuery/MessageDlgのダイアログボックスが非ブロッキング呼び出しに変更さたとあります。 [Delphi XE7 および C++Builder XE7 の新機能 - ダイアログ ボックスのメソッドでは閉じる際の処理を行う無名メソッドをサポート] つまり、GUIのイベントを止めてしまうのを防ぐため、TButtonのイベントハンドラ内でそれらのメソッドを呼び出すと、ダアログボックスが表示される前にすぐに制御が戻ってくるようになりました。これまでのVCLアプリやFireMonkeyアプリで使用していたようなコードのまま実行すると、以下のようなエラーメッセージが表示されることでしょう。 Delphi(Object Pascal)言語で開発している場合は、無名メソッドのコードブロックを利用するこ...
Appmethod nominated in the "CTIA Awards Mobile Applications, Development & Platforms" category We've just heard that Embarcadero's Appmethod has been nominated as one of 5 finalists in the CTIA Awards "Mobile Applications, Development & Platforms" category. The Super Mobility Week conference takes place September 9, 10 & 11, 2014 at the Sands Expo & Convention Center in Las Vegas. To vote for Appmethod in the "Mobile Applications, Development & Platforms" category go to http://ctiait.ctia.org/awards/2014/public/index.cfm/viewEntry/567. Voting is very easy and will ta...
Embarcadero's CodeRage 9 Online C++ & Object Pascal Developer Conference - October 28-30, 2014 - Call for Papers now open You're invited to be a part of the CodeRage 9 Online C++ and Object Pascal Developer Conferences (http://www.embarcadero.com/coderage/) to be held October 28-30, 2014. The theme for this year's CodeRage conference is "You are the Developers of Things; Everything!" The conference will cover development topics for the Object Pascal and C++ programming languages with Delphi, C++Builder, RAD Studio and Appmethod. Sessions about multi-device platform development and other programming tips, tri...
Jens Fudge's two passions come together using App Tethering Jens Fudge, Delphi developer in Denmark, sent me a link to his latest blog post. The post starts out with "I have two passions. I really love archery and I really love programming." How can you not continue reading? Jens then talks about using XE6 to create a FireMonkey app that runs on Windows and OSX to track the time that archers have to shoot all of their arrows. Then his post gets even more exciting! "But the coolest change I made to this not very advanced software was adding a remote contr...
Mobile User Interface Design: Navigation Drawer Drawer menus are very popular since they allow you to take advantage of more screen real estate when building your app. The main application menu is hidden by default, and invoked by tapping on a menu item or swiping left/right. This type of UI can be seen in many popular mobile applications, including Facebook, Youtube and Gmail. Drawer Navigation Key Features: Main app menu is hidden by default Invoked by tapping on a menu button or swiping left/right Allows you to take advan...

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Easily customize your mobile UI in XE6 In RAD Studio XE6, we introduced a new property for TSpeedButton, TButton and TToolbar called 'Tint'. The Tint property is enabled based on your StyleLookUp selection for the particular component. For example, if you have a TSpeedButton selected with StyleLookUp = actiontoolbutton, you will see a Tint property in the Object Inspector called IconTintColor since this style element consists of a glyph. For text based buttons, such as StyleLookUp = listitembutton, you can change the TintCo...
RAD Studio XE6 Launch event in Antwerpen RAD Studio XE6 has been recently launched and now it is time to show all its great new features to developers in every corner of the world. Embarcadero technical evangelists and Embarcadero MVPs from different countries are super busy travelling and presenting on live events. My first XE6 live event was yesterday in Antwerpen in Belgium. The level of interest in new and existing RAD Studio XE6 features was very high and the atmosphere very good. The majority of our existing Delphi and ...
RAD News Flash for May 2014 - multiple XE6 webinars and C++ Mobile Day (June 4) We have a full schedule of upcoming online events for the next several weeks to help you create new applications and extend the reach of your existing apps using XE6. I will be showing you how to "Build Connected Multi-Device Apps using BaaS" in three webinars next Wednesday, May 14 (6am, 11am, 5pm Pacific Daylight Time) showcasing the new BackEnd as a Service (BaaS) technology that is included in RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder XE6 for your VCL and FMX apps.  Fast Reports is also two webinars...

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