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Marco is a RAD Studio Product Manager at Embarcadero Technologies, a best-selling Delphi books author, and a Delphi guru. Read More.


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Delphi and RAD Studio Roadmap Update Published

Today the RAD Studio Product Management team (myself included) has published an updated roadmap. -- Read blog post.



Visiting Delphi Conference in Poland Next Week

Next week I'll visit and give a keynote and a technical session at a Delphi event, called "Zlot Programistow Delphi", near Warsaw Poland. And there are other Delphi events in Europe next week. -- Read blog post.

GetIt Content Update, September 2017

We keep adding a lot of open source libraries, trial components, and now also demos and database connectors to the GetIt package manager. Here is a roundup of updates. -- Read blog post.

12 Years of Blogging

Today marks the 12th year of my blog, blog.marcocantu.com. And this is my blog post number 1422. -- Read blog post.



Hotfix for 10.2.1 Inherited VCL Forms Released

Embarcadero just released a hotfix for a regression when using inherited VCL Forms on High-DPI monitors -- Read blog post.

Delphi Blogs of the (Week) Month #55

It has been a month since the last blog post with links, and I've collected quite a few. -- Read blog post.

Using Delphi Parse API with Any Parse Server Hosting

Given Parse was retired earlier this year, does it make sense to keep the Parse components in Delphi and how can you still use them? -- Read blog post.



RAD Studio 10.2.1 HotFix for iOS AdHoc Deployment

We released a hotfix to address a regression in RAD Studio Tokyo Release 1 related with AdHoc deployment for iOS -- Read blog post.

Workaround for FMX Memory Leaks on Windows in 10.2.1

Here is a relatively simple workaround for a memory leak on termination of FireMonkey Windows applications with Tokyo Release 1. -- Read blog post.

Creators Update BPL Loading Issue and Tokyo Release 1

As mentioned in the release notes of Tokyo 10.2.1, the latest release of RAD Studio addresses the issues caused by Creators Update DLL and BPL loading -- Read blog post.