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.
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Can you provide an update on timing? It's assumedly been delayed due to COVID, but is there any idea on how long?
Hello, I would like to test rhe Beta version but I didnt get the intructions... How can I get it?
When a folder name or a project name is created in a language other than English (korean, japanese), there is a bug where 64-bit debugging is not possible. Is this fixed in this version? If it is not reflected, I hope it will be corrected. Thank you.
I hope that the new "Metal 2 GPU" support on MacOS will improve the rendering performance? The current implementation in 10.3.3 is extremely slow, and slide-in/out animations looks terrible.
I have an update subscription. How can I get the beta?
You are significantly behind the schedule in the roadmap: early 2020. It's Q2 2020...Without 64bit C++ support for Android and OSX is 10.4.0 without interest. You should more concentrate to the 10.4.1 with real C++ cross plattform ability.
There will be fix to flickering components, when moving then or resize the window?
If the version you use doesn't provide the toolkit you require to complete your tasks, then you have no choice other than to seek alternative tools.
Are you looking at a single product to enable mutli-device targets, or are you looking at a tool for a specific target platform?
At what version does Embarcadero plan to look after the remaining Delphi Developers and realise we are being totally put off the product by the extremely insulting customer service from Embarcadero and it's resellers? This year is the final straw for myself and a few others I know. I have been working hard the last two months to talk my new employers around from their thoughts that Delphi is legacy and should be removed from the company. However after nearly 5 years of problems from Embarcadero and being conned financially in different ways. I now feel that I also can no longer support the product. Shame as its been a great language for the 22 years or so I have been using it.
If you are on the Beta, then that is a question for the Beta group. If you are not on the Beta, then that info has not been published publicly yet.
Will 10.4 work on Windows 7 yet.?
Thanks for reply. I has write email to you.
Visual Assist support is coming - not in 10.4.0 but soon after. We've been working in recent months to add support for our language extensions, and once complete we'll turn to IDE integration. Very much looking forward to releasing it!10.4 doesn't include Android 64-bit for C++, so the beta doesn't include a pre-release version.For those bugs: code folding we do want to address, but unsure if it's in 10.4. ADB debugging, did the workaround work for you? And the design page: we've made a lot of performance improvements, so that may improve the issue for you.Metal is for FireMonkey, which is for both Delphi and C++. Any platform that gets Metal that C++ supports will get Metal.
Hi Navid. Delphi LSP is an optional feature. You'll be able to turn it off and use the classic code insight just fine. Even that may work better since we have fixed some bugs in its results.C++ LSP has had issues. The issues have mostly been because of the server itself, one called cquery, and some incompatibilities. We're working on those in 10.4. The issues do not reflect the concept of LSP or how it will work for Delphi.