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
But still no macOS 64-bit even on the roadmap?
I'm one of those C++ Builder users too. Please put me down for MacOSX support!
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.
Thank you for your answer. But please explain in more straight form please. Will be better to stop using C++ Builder, if need real multiplatform tool? The main goal in C++ Builder is multiplatform support. It give to use one code for win and mac os. But today macOS is 64 bit only. Users of our product can't run software on Catalina. We cannot force them to abandon Catalina. And now (if we look at RoadMap) it’s not known whether MacOS support will be available at all, and if so, when. We can't just a wait for a nothing. Please understand us. Do we must to stop using C++ Builder and spent time and money, to switch to another frameworks (Qt, Juce etc)? C++ Builder have a lot of problems and bugs - from compilers to IDE. But everyone close eyes on this. But main basic things (as platform support) is fundamental. The rest is secondary. If don't have multi OSs support that is not have sence at all. Thank for understanding.
P.S. : Sorry. English is not my first language
Personally, I already fed up with the Embarcadero C++Builder support and really is not the way to treat C++ customers this way - one year gap to get 64 bit Android support and not even MacOS 64 bit ready ?Worst still, the sales agent from code partner called me up and don't even know I am C++Builder customer.Talk about Linux - Now, thinking to switch to .NET core 3.0 with Windows Form Development already:https://devblogs.microsoft.com/dotnet/introducing-net-core-windows-forms-designer-preview-1/#comment-3983The reason is, "FMXLinux" is limited to Enterprise RAD Studio ONLY, and the original developer of FMXLinux told me that there is no C++ version years ago before it is bundled with RAD Studio Enterprise. Please tell me a good reason not to switch to .NET core 3.0 Windows Form development ?If there is Visual C++ .NET core 3.0 Windows Form based for cross platform mobile and Linux, I am 10000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000% committed to migrate as I am not going to pay money to receive PAIN.To Embarcadero or Idera, please do a DEEP CUT on C++Builder ASAP, don't give us (C++Builder customer) any hope or delay as the more I paid for the subscription, the more pain I received.Look at each broadcasted Embarcadero Blog article, how many responded ? If responded, is based on what blog article ? ( which blog article has the most commented statements ? ), by now Embarcadero should be aware and knows what to do.Please don't killing me softly.TQ.
David Millington please read this thread!
Thanks Pat. I read this and other threads, and I and the whole PM team are hyper-aware of the issues and its impact. On a personal note, I do everything I can to ensure we provide what you and other customers need.To everyone affected by Android 64 or macOS 64 for C++, please contact me directly by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), and we can set up a Skype call. The PM team can learn about your apps and about what you need. Thankyou!