Embarcadero release updated product “road map”

Embarcadero continue to add innovative features to their RAD Studio (C++ Builder and Delphi) product. They have just released an updated product road map which shows their plans for the rest of 2018 and the start of 2019.

 The introduction of C++ 17 support and the improved support for high DPI screens are two of the many features mentioned.

 For full details of the road map go to

Road map (Aug 2018)

For convenience we reproduce a copy of the road map here:

EmbarcaderoRoadMapAug2018

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Embarcadero release free C++ and Delphi IDE for students, home users and open source.

Embarcadero have anounced new editions of their C++ IDE and Delphi IDE. Known as “Community Edition” these are free licensed versions of the “Professional edition” for students, home users, open source developers and anyone who programs but does not generate an income. There are accurate details of the restrictions on use at the links below.

 This is a very positive move by Embarcadero. It makes it easy for anyone to experience first hand the quality of their products. It can’t help but increase the popularity of the Embarcadero C++ and Delphi programming environments.

 Here are the links, if you are new to Embarcadero products go get it now!

 C++ Community Edition

Delphi (object pascal) Community Edition

Embarcadro RAD Studio News – Tokyo Release 3 (version 10.2.3) now out !

 

Embarcadero have announced release 3 of 10.2 Tokyo (i.e. 10.2.3).

 A summary of the new features is given at

Announcement of 10.2.3

 The C++ Rename Refactoring has been in the pipeline for a while now. It’s great that it is finally here!

 There’s also more in depth information at 

 Embarcadero Tokyo Release 3 DocWiki

 

Exciting RAD Studio Developments in 2018

Embarcadero have announced some information about Release 3 of 10.2 Tokyo (i.e. 10.2.3). This release is targeted for the first quarter of 2018.

 For this release they have three key themes. First, to provide enhancements to the core visual frameworks, including better HighDPI support for VCL and quality improvements for FireMonkey (FMX). Second, they are continuing to improve the C++ capabilities, by including CMake command line support and C++ Rename Refactoring. Third, they are expanding RAD Server support for Ext JS.

 We will keep you posted about when this release becomes available.