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Don’t Underestimate Desktop Applications

Desktop applications have been undervalued for a long time. All attention was reserved for web and mobile. While both Microsoft and Apple made strides to evolve the desktop, there has been far less energy and economic momentum behind that platform. Today the maturity of web and mobile, as well as new use cases in collaboration and AI, are fueling a rediscovery of desktops. After all, desktops…
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New in 10.2.2: C++ and Debugger Improvements

In RAD Studio 10.2.2, we’ve made a number of great quality improvements for the C++ toolchain and for the debugger for both C++ and Delphi. Debugger Linux:many fixes when evaluating, especially when passing records or arrays Android: Android debugging was broken…
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New in RAD Studio 10.2.1: Debugger Quality

In RAD Studio 10.2Release 1 (or 10.2.1) we’ve made a number of improvements in the debugger. Windows debugging: general quality Do you debug multithreaded applications? You might have noticed that wait chain traversal, showing which threads were blocked on which other threads, was not working on Windows 10. We have re-enabled support and you can now debug thread interaction…
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Using the new REST Client library components to connect to Web & Cloud services (Part 2)

Author: Al M1426 This REST BaaS (Backend as a Service) client tutorial shows how to use the Embarcadero REST Library for accessing REST-based web services (REST stands for Representational State Transfer). The library is available for all platforms that are supported by Delphi. The REST Library framework focuses on JSON as the representation format. XML is not explicitly supported. In Part 1, we…
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A Mobile App For A Smarter Business – How It Can Improve Productivity

Mobile applications are in high demand, and to stay competitive in the throes of a turbulent economy, it’s important to strive to provide high-performance, easy-to-use mobile apps to your users. Choosing the right set of tools is as important to a software developer as it is for a carpenter or sculptor. Hitting a nail with a screwdriver produces poor results and takes a lot longer with more…
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