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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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Building macOS 64-bit Applications with Delphi 10.3.2

Delphi 10.3 Release 2, available since yesterday, adds a new target platform to the IDE, macOS 64-bit. Migration from macOS 32-bit and other FireMonkey platforms should be fairly smooth. -- Read blog post.



Delphi 10.3.2 is Now Available

Embarcadero has just announced Delphi 10.3 Release 2, or 10.3.2 for short, as part of RAD Studio 10.3 Release 2. -- Read blog post.

What’s New in Delphi 10.3.2 Webinar Next Week

Embarcadero has announced a webinar for next week, focused on the new features of the coming 10.3.2 release. I'll present it with the other RAD Studio Product Managers. -- Read blog post.

First Steps with FMXLinux

Yesterday Embarcadero announced FMXLinux support. Here is a recap and a short introduction to using it. -- Read blog post.



UWP and Windows App Platform

Is Microsoft UWP (Universal Windows Platform) dead? What's the focus for building Windows 10 desktop applications? And how does RAD Studio fit the picture? Here are some of my thoughts and answers. -- Read blog post.

Aqua Data Studio Adds InterBase Support

Idera database tool Aqua Data Studio now fully supports InterBase -- Read blog post.

Android Firebase Push Notifications Patch and Blog Post

Embarcadero has released a patch to extend FireMonkey with support for Firebase Push Notifications on Android clients, and a detailed blog post about it. -- Read blog post.



The May 2019 RAD Studio Roadmap

The Delphi, C++Builder, and RAD Studio roadmap for the coming 12 months is now available on the Embarcadero developer community site. -- Read blog post.

RAD Server Webinar Repay and Ebook by David I

Last week Embarcadero hosted a webinar by David I with a deep dive on RAD Server development and deployment and made available an e-book on our REST API technology. -- Read blog post.

Classic Tip: From Default Project Options to RAD Studio Option Sets

I was recently asked by a customer what happened to the default project options in RAD Studio. This feature was removed long ago, and replaced with a more flexible one, option sets. -- Read blog post.