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.
Note: These plans and roadmap represent our intentions as of this date, but our development plans and priorities are subject to change. Accordingly, we can’t offer any commitments or other forms of assurance that we’ll ultimately release any or all of the described products on the schedule or in the order described, or at all. These general indications of development schedules or “product roadmaps” should not be interpreted or construed as any form of a commitment, and our customers’ rights to upgrades, updates, enhancements and other maintenance releases will be set forth only in the applicable software license agreement.
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This is terrible and dramatic news - (All we were waiting for was support for the Mac OS 64 bit.For our product we use C ++ Builder. The specificity of our product is the mandatory availability of software for windows and macos.That is why we chose C ++ Builder as a multi-platform development environment.The problem is that Apple has stopped supporting 32 bit applications in its latest OS versions.Our users cannot start and use our software. Absolutely.And we have nothing to offer them. We cannot rewrite the application with Delphi, because we use a lot of external C/C++ code for mathematics and DSP algorithms.Therefore, we really looked forward to the news about 10.4, and hoped for macos 64 bit support for c ++ BuilderWe do not need Boost, c ++ 17, etc. We just need to run our current code under macos 64bit.This is a global, fundamental task, without which everything else makes no sense. You can not call C ++ Builder a multi-platform tool. Since all applications written in C ++ Builder for maсos is just outdated.They cannot even be simply launched.
The same is for Andriod - C++ Bulder cannot produce Android64 code( Thank God - my project was small and i rewrited in fast on Delphi. Many years I beloved C++ Builder and was happy about multiplatform of RAD Studio. But unfortunately this not about C++ Builder(((((
Can you email me about this please? Firstname dot lastname at embarcadero.com.