We are very excited to announce the release of Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio 10.3.3.
10.3 Rio Release 3 builds on the feature set of 10.3, 10.3.1 and 10.3.2 by adding new capabilities throughout the product. Delphi 10.3.3, C++Builder 10.3.3 and RAD Studio 10.3.3 are now available to download for any active Update Subscription customer.
With Release 3, 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.
The installers are available for download on the following registered users download pages:
Key RAD Studio 10.3.3. Features
Delphi Android 64-bit Support
Support the Google Play Store and address the new 64-bit requirement
New in 10.3.3 is Android 64-bit application support for Delphi. Build Google Play Store ready Android 64-bit applications, complete with Android App Bundle support. Reach a large customer base of Android users with Delphi 10.3.3.
iOS 13 and macOS Catalina Support
Target the Apple App Store and latest macOS & iOS versions
New in 10.3.3 is support for targeting the iOS 13 App Store (for Delphi and C++Builder) and macOS Catalina (Delphi only). Build App Store ready iOS 13 mobile applications, complete with Dark Theme support. Target the macOS App Store with 64-bit macOS Catalina Delphi apps, complete with notarization support.
RAD Server Docker Deployment
Much easier configuration and deployment for RAD Server multi-tier
10.3.3 includes RAD Server Docker deployment and configuration support through built-in scripts
. We also provide a pre-built Docker image for RAD Server on Linux, hosted on Docker Hub. This greatly simplifies the deployment of RAD Server to production in Docker.
Enterprise Connectors in Enterprise & Architect Edition
Make connecting to any application as easy as connecting to a database
Included is a 1 year subscription license to Enterprise Connectors. Enterprise Connectors, powered by CData, make connecting to any application as easy as connecting to a database. Take advantage of 70+ sources (a $999 value), as part of your Enterprise and Architect edition purchase (also available to customers on Subscription).
Customers with a current Enterprise or Architect subscription can claim their Enterprise Connector subscription key here.
Also included in 10.3.3 are over 180 quality improvements for customer reported issues.
Other useful links:
Feature matrix: https://www.embarcadero.com/docs/rad-studio-feature-matrix.pdf
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Please explain to C++ Builder users what they must to say their customers, who can't run software made with C++ builder on macOS Catalina?
Hi Vasilius,We don't have C++ macOS 64-bit support at this time. We do support building C++ macOS 32-bit apps which includes building apps for macOS versions up to and including Mojave.
We're continuing to review requests from our C++Builder customers for macOS 64-bit support so that we can plan macOS 64-bit C++ support for a potential future release.
Android 64-bit support for C++Builder is targeted for 10.4.x per our latest roadmap update: community.idera.com/.../august-2019-delphi-android-beta-plans-august-roadmap-update
Hi Sarina, Sorry to ask the meaning of your saying: 1. "We don't have C++ macOS 64-bit support at this time." what do you really means ?- ( eg. lack of technical staffs to implement ? or technically new Delphi features had to be made available at first so C++Builder only then can be implemented ? )2. "We're continuing to review requests from our C++Builder customers for macOS 64-bit support..."- Does this means the C++ 64bit support is more requested than the request of 64 bit Android support ?- How different is the requests from Delphi compared to C++Builder, from what I saw the new Delphi features are mostly wanted in C++Builder ?
I believed is good to give some explanation to certain extend as many C++Builder developers would love to know.Thank you.