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iOS 8.1.3 app deployment steps for RAD Studio XE7

If you just updated to iOS 8.1.3 and have been getting the ‘Unable to install package. (e800003a)’ error when deploying a Delphi, C++Builder or RAD Studio XE7 application to an iOS 8.1.3 device, here are the steps to resolve this issue:

  1. Open RAD Studio XE7
  2. Go to File->Open, type %AppData% into the File Name field and click ‘Open’
  3. Browse to Embarcadero\BDS\15.0 and select Entitlement.TemplateiOS to open the file in the IDE
  4. Go to your Mac and open Keychain. You can find Keychain by searching for it using Spotlight on the Mac.
  5. Once Keychain is open, select your iPhone Developer certificate (in my case it is iPhone Developer: Sarina DuPont (xxxxxxxx). The xxxxxxxx will show your own unique identifier.
  6. Right-click on your iPhone Developer certificate and select ‘Get Info’. The Organizational Unit identifier will be needed in the next steps.
  7. Return to the IDE and add the two lines as shown in the screenshot below to your entitlement file. Replace OrganizationalUnit with the unique identifier from your iPhone Developer certificate on your Mac (Step 6).
  8. Save the .xml file and you should now be able to deploy RAD Studio XE7 applications to your iOS device again.

Note: If you continue to have problems, we recommend that you clean your iOS Device/Debug directories in case there is an old file there that is causing problems.

It is recommended to edit the Entitlement.TemplateiOS.xml file in the IDE. This file cannot contain any carriage return line feeds and must contain line feeds only. The editor in the IDE will look at the previous line to determine the next line’s line break so that the line feed only terminators will remain intact. Do not use anything like Notepad as this is not the case in all editors.

We are planning to release an XE7 hotfix for this issue in the future.


posted @ Fri, 30 Jan 2015 02:06:35 +0000 by sarinadupont


RAD in Action: Revolutionary UI Development with FireUI - Webinar Resources

RAD in Action: Revolutionary UI Development with FireUI
Build One UI for 4 Form Factors
David Intersimone "David I"
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
http://forms.embarcadero.com/RADInActionFireUI

UI development has changed significantly over the years with new devices and form factors being introduced every day. From phones, desktops, tablets, mini-tablets, wearables, Google Glass and more, developers are faced with creating unique UIs that fit each form factor and native device style.

The revolutionary FireUI designer allows you to create custom and unique UI and UX for each device platform and form factor in a single codebase. FireUI allows you to share one master form and device view across multiple UIs. The webinar shows you how to change the design paradigm in today’s multi-device world.

Here are the slides and resource links used in today’s FireUI webinar. I will update this blog post with the link to the final projects source code.

RAD in Action: FireUI - Slides on SlideShare

I have uploaded the slides for today’s webinar to my SlideShare account.

Resource Links

The following are URL links to documentation, tutorials, videos, and other information related to each part of today’s webinar.

Form Designer

FireMonkey Styles

TMultiView Component

Multi-Touch

Multi-Monitor

CodeRage 9 sessions for FireUI

Here are the links to the recent CodeRage 9 sessions focused on FireUI in the Object Pascal and C++ tracks.

Object Pascal

C++

Developer Skill Sprints

Several sessions in the Developer Skill Sprints series showcase different aspects of FireUI, the multi-device designer and multi-device development using FireMonkey.


posted @ Wed, 28 Jan 2015 13:28:52 +0000 by David Intersimone


InterBase XE7 – First Look Events!!

InterBase XE7 First look live and online! Starting with the InterBase Product Address at CodeRage 9 news about the new edition of InterBase has been slowly spreading. InterBase project DeltaForce, named due to its new patent pending technology for tracking and querying of deltas, is a highly scalable, low footprint answer to a number of distributed data set questions. I’m really excited about … Continue reading InterBase XE7 – First Look Events!!

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posted @ Wed, 28 Jan 2015 11:27:59 +0000 by Stephen Ball


IBLite example from CodeRage 9

The Object Pascal programming source code for the IBLite example from CodeRage 9 that I demo’ed is now available from Embarcadero’s Code Central http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/30035 The C++ programming version demo’ed requires the data module from the Object Pascal code, so once I’ve cleaned that up I’ll post that as well. The IBLite example code works on Windows, … Continue reading IBLite example from CodeRage 9

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posted @ Wed, 28 Jan 2015 11:27:59 +0000 by Stephen Ball


InterBase CodeRage 28th-30th November

Register NOW and join me live at #CodeRage! CodeRage is a fantastic Object Pascal programming and C++ Programming event – highly recommended for any developer, and best of all – REGISTRATION IS FREE!! Missed it or got a meeting? – Don’t worry, register and you can still get to see the replays! My two InterBase CodeRage Sessions! I will be … Continue reading InterBase CodeRage 28th-30th November

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posted @ Wed, 28 Jan 2015 11:27:59 +0000 by Stephen Ball


InterBase XE7 now available!

InterBase XE7 – It’s Live! http://embt.co/IBXE7FirstLook I am especially proud today to blog about the launch of InterBase XE7! As the Product Manager for InterBase, I have seen the planning, development and delivery of some amazing new developments over this last year or so, and today you can get your hands on them! InterBase XE7 – Whats … Continue reading InterBase XE7 now available!

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posted @ Wed, 28 Jan 2015 11:27:59 +0000 by Stephen Ball


InterBase CodeRage 9

The CodeRage 9 videos are now available for reply online via YouTube. To save you searching, the InterBase CodeRage 9 links I did are below; For the full list of videos from CodeRage 9 please visit the Embarcadero Community blog post for CodeRage 9 InterBase Product Address InterBase IBLite (Object Pascal) InterBase IBLite (C++)

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posted @ Wed, 28 Jan 2015 11:27:59 +0000 by Stephen Ball


Free FireDAC training online

Free FireDAC training online FireDAC is the Universal Data Access library for developing applications for multiple devices, connected to enterprise databases. Starting tomorrow you can join the embarcadero team for free FireDAC training online in these special sessions, where you will be taken from a beginner to an expert by showing you how to utilise FireDAC in multiple situations. … Continue reading Free FireDAC training online

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posted @ Wed, 28 Jan 2015 11:27:59 +0000 by Stephen Ball


Embarcadero Acquires Castalia and Usertility from TwoDesk Software

I did a blog post recently about Castalia which includes a video demoing some of the additional features Castalia adds to super charge the RAD Studio IDE. Having played with it for over a month now, I’m really excited that it will have tighter integration in the future following the announcement yesterday that Castalia has been acquired by Embarcadero. In addition … Continue reading Embarcadero Acquires Castalia and Usertility from TwoDesk Software

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posted @ Wed, 28 Jan 2015 11:27:59 +0000 by Stephen Ball


Delphi, C++ and InterBase Community

I’m sure some of you have seen the new Delphi, C++ and InterBase community platform that is being developed at Embarcadero. If not I would highly recommend a visit. The Embarcadero Community is the new home to blogs, event diaries, latest news and features articles. While the old locations are still working, over time expect to … Continue reading Delphi, C++ and InterBase Community

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posted @ Wed, 28 Jan 2015 11:27:59 +0000 by Stephen Ball


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