Posts tagged " C++Builder "

Huh? A whole Webinar for an Update Pack?

November 11th, 2016 Posted by Embarcadero No Comment yet

In case you missed Embarcadero’s Update 2 Webinar the other day, the replay is now available (see below).

You may think an update is not worthy of a webinar, but Embarcadero are continuing their move to include more than just bug fixes in update packs, and Update 2 includes some significant new features, such as:

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Windows 10 Anniversary Edition Support

October 24th, 2016 Posted by Embarcadero, Webinar No Comment yet

Good session from Marco Cantu on leveraging many of the new Windows 10 Features in RAD Studio.

Not least of these is the Windows Desktop Bridge support, allowing VCL and FMX Windows Desktop apps to be uploaded to the Windows App Store.

Delphi Migration

October 24th, 2016 Posted by Embarcadero, Webinar No Comment yet

Embarcadero have published the replay for their webinar on Migrating your Delphi codebase to new versions, covering:

  • 3rd Party Components
  • Unicode
  • Database Libraries

We’ve been working with several customers, helping them bring their existing Client/Server applications onto the cloud, with web and mobile front ends, and I can say from experience there are some very good tips in this webinar.

Which Keystore was used to sign this Android App?

October 13th, 2016 Posted by Embarcadero, Mobile No Comment yet

Recently we were doing some work on an existing RAD Studio Android app for a customer. Their previous developer had let them down so they’d brought it to us to do the next version.

Everything went smoothly until we needed to do an AppStore build. As part of this, you need to specify a keystore file that will be used to sign the APK. Fortunately they had the keystore file and password that the previous Developer had used. Unfortunately, they had two keystore files, and didn’t know which one had been used for the prior version.

This matters a lot, because if we used a different one, the Google Play store would view this as a brand new app, and not an updated version of the old app. That means their current users would not be prompted to download an update, and they would instead have to somehow get them to all uninstall the old one and install the new one. (more…)

Expired Apple Intermediate Certificates and RAD Studio iOS Development

October 10th, 2016 Posted by Embarcadero, Mobile 2 comments

Last week we were doing some updates for a customer on a C++Builder Android and iOS app. The Mac that we were using to do the code signing for iOS hadn’t been used for this before, so we needed to setup the Certificates and Provisioning Profiles for the customer’s account.

I always dread this part, as I’ve found it always takes longer and is more complicated than you expect. I’ve done it enough times now though that I thought I’d struck all the issues, however this time I found a new one that I thought I should document for anyone else (or my future self) who strikes it.

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RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin Update 1 Cliff Notes

October 6th, 2016 Posted by Embarcadero No Comment yet

The dust has settled on the Berlin Update 1 release, so I wanted to pull together some of the information about it in one place:

First thing to know is yes, it does require a reinstall, but you should be able to do that without having to reinstall all your 3rd Party Components (make sure during the uninstall you select the option to retain your registry settings).

With that out of the way,
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Free Mobile Add-on Pack with Delphi and C++Builder Pro purchases

August 17th, 2016 Posted by Embarcadero, News, Offers No Comment yet

Until September 30th. Embarcadero are giving everyone who buys an upgrade or new user license of Delphi or C++Builder 10.1 Professional a free Mobile Add-on pack. This means a Delphi or C++Builder Pro purchase will let you build apps for Windows, Mac OSX, iOS and Android, all from a single code base.

A new user license of the Mobile Add-on Pack normally sells for US$700, so this is a sweet deal.

Further, buy before the end of September and you’ll also qualify for the Bonus Pack, including the Konopka VCL and Radiant Shapes FMX controls, as well as the exclusive 10% off from Code Partners.

More details are available on our Special Offers page.

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C++ Boot Camp and Free C++Builder license

August 1st, 2016 Posted by Embarcadero, News No Comment yet

Note: the free C++Builder Starter offer has now finished.

Code Partners are very happy to be supporting Embarcadero’s free online C++ Boot Camp.

There are more details about the Boot Camp below, but if you want to take advantage of the offer to get a free C++Builder Starter license to use while you learn C++, then fill out the form further down this page. This is a great offer. C++Builder Starter is normally priced at US$280, and you can get it for $0. No restrictions, no catch, straight up free!

 

Learn the fundamentals of C++ development with C++ Builder using the cross platform enabled FMX framework in just one week.

Register now to join Industry experts, including David I and David Millington, for 5 awesome packed online sessions (starting 08 August) and claim your very own C++Builder license that you can keep after the course (see below).

Day 1 – Building your first application with C++ Builder.
Day 2 – Creating fast responsive user interfaces with awesome animations and effects.
Day 3 – C++11 language deep dive
Day 4 – Game development with C++
Day 5 – Stepping up to mobile

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CodeInsightTV – Marco Cantu Interview Part 1

July 19th, 2016 Posted by CodeInsightTV, Embarcadero No Comment yet

At the RAD Studio launch in Berlin earlier this year I sat down for a wide-ranging chat with Marco Cantu, RAD Product Manager at Embarcadero. We covered a bunch of RAD Studio stuff obviously, both about Berlin and also the roadmap, but also some other technology topics outside Embarcadero, how he got started in development, the status of his books, etc. (more…)

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Melbourne RAD Studio and RAD Server event

May 15th, 2016 Posted by Embarcadero, Events, News 1 comment

On Monday the 23rd of May, I’ll be demonstrating both the new RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin release, and also the newly released RAD Server product at the ADUG meeting in Melbourne.

I’m particular excited to show off RAD Server, as I think this product has a bunch of potential as a serverside solution for ISV’s, especially now with the revised pricing.

This is the first of a series of events we’re doing in Australia, so if you’re at all interested in either of these products, or just want to come along for some free pizza and discussions with other developers, it would be great to see you there.  Location and registration details here.

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