Update Subscription offers many benefits to our Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio customers. Besides key benefits such as access to updates, upgrades and technical support, we also invite our Update Subscription customers to participate in our beta program. Beta testers get early access to test drive new features, provide input throughout the beta cycle, and help shape the next product release.
Being able to participate in the beta by staying current on subscription has been very popular with our customers. It is also very topical since we plan to kick off an NDA beta for the 10.4 release, codenamed Denali, later in March.
Here’s what’s planned for 10.4:
Additional Quality Focus Areas
Plus some other exciting items that are currently NDA-ed and we plan will appear in a future beta.
10.4 Denali Beta Kickoff Timeline:
Update Subscription customers should receive an email within the next month on how to join the beta program. Participating in the Denali beta requires testers to sign our NDA before getting access to the beta build, beta serial, beta documentation etc.
Not on subscription but interested in joining the beta? Contact your Embarcadero sales representative or reseller partner to upgrade to 10.3.3 and get access to 10.4 when it’s released, along with an opportunity to participate in the 10.4 beta.
About RAD Studio 10.3.3:
At the end of November 2019, we released Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio 10.3.3. With the 10.3.3 release, developers can target the Google Play Store with 64-bit versions of their FireMonkey Delphi apps, simplify their multi-tier application development and deployment of RAD Server through a pre-built Docker image and build C++ and Delphi applications for iOS 13 and Delphi apps for macOS Catalina. Developers can also access over 70+ data sources with an included Enterprise Connector subscription license for Enterprise and Architect edition users.
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Contact your sales rep if you haven't received the invite yet.
7. Microsoft recently announced end of 32bit Windows. I don't quite understand how does it match ARM Windows' inability to emulate x86_64 yet, but I guess, only 64 bits will remain everywhere soon, and ARM emulator will be ready too. What will happen to the Community Edition?
Some of your collegues (I can't call them competitors) in 2019 already switched 32-bit version to be paid one, and 64-bit to be in public.
Have you tried another translator, GNAT?
c++ Builder 10.4 will be able to create backgroud service application for Android ?
"Has the beta started yet" - yes, a couple of months ago.
C++ support for Android 64-bit will NOT be in 10.4.0. According to the last roadmap provided, it is scheduled of 10.4.x.
"Will 10.3.4 support this?" - no, but 10.4 will, when released.
Yes, it has. If you didn't receive an invite, please reach out to your Embarcadero sales representative. Regards, Sarina
Has the beta started yet, the company I work for has update subscription but we have not received any emails about the beta.
Filled in details in reply to invitation email a while ago, not heard back yet.
For some reason, I find myself with more unallocated time available than I have ever had, perfect to help track down "issues" with 10.4
10.4.0 was announced to "early 2020". If not even the 10.4.0 NDA is out, do we have a chance for C++ 64 bit support for Android until August 1 2020? All our apps will be removed, and this is our end!
So when we could expect this follow-up? Maybe sending an invitation was a little to early?
Hi Mike, we have not sent out the follow-up email invitation to join the NDA beta yet.
I received the Delphi and C++ 10.4 Beta Invitation 3 days ago. I filled in the form and sent it. The email said "Once you’ve provided your email address, you will receive a follow-up email with a link to electronically sign the Denali Beta NDA". I still haven't received any follow-up email with the link to the NDA.
I was just wondering if you haven't sent out the NDA emails yet, or it got stuck somewhere.
We plan having Launch Storyboard support in the next version of RAD Studio. Notice Apple postponed the requirements fo the end of June.