We are very excited to announce the release of Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio 10.3.2.
10.3 Rio Release 2 (also known as 10.3.2) builds on the feature set of 10.3 and 10.3.1 by adding new capabilities throughout the product. Delphi 10.3.2, C++Builder 10.3.2 and RAD Studio 10.3.2 are now available for any active Update Subscription customer.
With Release 2, developers can target the macOS App Store with 64-bit versions of their FireMonkey Delphi apps, leverage the latest language features with C++17 support for Windows 64-bit and become more productive in the IDE through enhanced C++ code completion tooling. Also new is the ability to create Delphi GUI applications for popular Linux distributions and a simplified RAD Server deployment process with new wizards, installers and tooling. Developers can also add push notification support to their Delphi and C++ Android applications with Firebase, the latest standard from Google.
The installers are available for download on the following registered users download pages:
RAD Studio: https://cc.embarcadero.com/reg/rad_studio
Delphi Rio: http://cc.embarcadero.com/reg/delphi
C++Builder Rio: http://cc.embarcadero.com/reg/c_builder
Key RAD Studio 10.3.2. Features:
macOS 64-bit application support for Delphi
Support the Mac App Store and prepare for the upcoming 64-bit-only version of macOS
C++17 for Windows 64-bit
Leverage the latest C++ language features in apps built for both Win32 and Win64, with complete C++17 support for Windows
C++ LSP Code Insight Improvements
Key productivity features in the IDE are now available for the modern Clang-enhanced compiler
RAD Server Wizards and Deployment Improvements
Much easier configuration, deployment and management for RAD Server multi-tier
Android Push Notification Support with Firebase
Push notifications are a key feature for many apps - we now support the latest standards from Google
FMX Linux for Delphi
Create Linux Desktop apps with FMX
Also included in 10.3.2 are around 400 quality improvements for customer reported issues.
Other useful links:
Looking to download a RAD Studio 10.3.2 Trial? Visit https://www.embarcadero.com/products/rad-studio/start-for-free
Looking to learn more about the 10.3.2 release? Join our webinar next week: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/1262173778065437955
There's a May 2019 roadmap available on this site, but no we don't do that level of point releases.
Very important question. When will the Beta for 64bit Android start. All Android developers need it bad.
Hi Sarina,Any chances seeing C++ Builder for Android 64 bit this or next year?
Embarcadero has been having a server issue, but you should be able to download the Community Edition now.
try un installing first
fixed it...I had to un insall first (and I set to delete the registry entries)...the iso installer did not give that option like the web installer did (which I usually do)
Hi.Can anyone tell me how to download Delphi 10.3.2 Community Edition? When I am trying to download it I am getting a message "Your session has expired. Please log in again". Which, of course, is not true since I am trying to log in for the very first time today. Any clues?Piotr
the license trick did not work for me
one thing,I did the install via the .iso installer, via an alternative download link (as the main install server is down). I do see folders created for osx64 bit!. I have the enterprise version of Delphi 10.3
I have the same issue, the 64 OSX platform is not available
and the platform manager is not working as the server is down. I notice when doing a setup install modify that it just says OSX for install files...should it say different? (e.g 32/64 bit)?
I will see about license trick
Hi Guenter, if you installed the macOS 64-bit platform with Delphi or RAD Studio 10.3.2, and don't see it in the IDE, I would recommend trying the steps below:
Delete your license file in the license manager, re-add it and re-register it again. You should then be able to launch Delphi 10.3.2 (assuming you have macOS 64-bit platform support installed) and see macOS 64-bit as a target in the IDE for your Delphi projects.
What version of the product did you try to install?
Hi Guenter, I updated that screenshot yesterday in this post. Please have a look.
Not for me...