Key RAD Studio 10.2.3 Features:
CMake Command-Line Support: CMake is a popular C++ build tool. RAD Studio 10.2.3 Tokyo provides support for building CMake projects on the command line using RAD Studio compilers. 10.2.3 also specifically supports using Ninja with CMake, allowing for very fast parallel builds.
Rename Refactoring for C++Builder: C++ Rename Refactoring in 10.2 Tokyo Release 3 allows you to right-click an identifier in the code view and quickly rename it throughout your project to improve code readability, reduce errors when renaming, and decrease effort to maintain the project.
Inclusion of Mobile Support in Delphi and C++Builder Pro: New in 10.2.3 for Delphi and C++Builder Professional edition is the inclusion of mobile support for new purchases and customers on active Update Subscription. Previously sold as a separate add-on pack for Professional edition, the included mobile support allows Delphi and C++ developers to target iOS and Android, in addition to Windows and macOS, all from a single codebase.
FireMonkey UI Templates: 10.2.3 includes a number of new FireMonkey UI templates, designed to highlight FMX's multi-device capabilities, showcase best practices, and help new users get started quicker.
Expanded RAD Server Support for Sencha Ext JS: In 10.2.3, we’ve further simplified the development of a RAD Server backend for a Sencha Ext JS client, adding the ability to host static HTML, JS, CSS files (and any other files) in the RAD Server development and debugging server.
Also included are additional enhancements throughout various product areas, and over 100 bug fixes for publicly reported issues.
RAD Studio 10.2.3 also includes all the great features and enhancements we introduced in RAD Studio 10.2, 10.2.1 and 10.2.2.
10.2.3 Docwiki: http://docwiki.embarcadero.com/RADStudio/Tokyo/en/10.2_Tokyo_-_Release_3
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Hi, Is this revision supports RTL Languages like Arabic Language?