RAD Studio Overview                                                                  

 

RAD Studio™ is the fastest way to write, compile, package and deploy cross-platform native applications.

The Complete App Platform for Multi-Device Native Development

 

What’s New in 10.2.3


RAD Studio Tokyo Release 3 (10.2.3) empowers developers to build and extend cross-platform native apps faster than ever before.

Now in Tokyo Release 3 (10.2.3), mobile device support is included in all Pro Editions of RAD Studio, C++ Builder, and Delphi! Cross-platform application development has never been easier or more accessible than now.

RAD Studio 10.2.3 provides new C++ capabilities, expands RAD Server support for ExtJS, enhances HighDPI support for VCL, makes quality improvements in FireMonkey(FMX), and more!

 

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Reach billions of users worldwide with your apps!

Write once and simply recompile to reach billions of devices natively running Windows, Linux, macOS, iOS and Android. With integrated app-store packaging its easier than ever to reach the Windows 10, macOS, iOS and Android stores, helping your apps sell to the widest audience possible.

The fastest way to the Windows 10 store

RAD Studio offers the first IDE with integrated Windows 10 Desktop Bridge packaging, helping developers port existing Windows applications to the Windows 10 stores faster than with any other tool chain.

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CLANG Enhanced C++ Compiler for Windows 10 and Mobile

C++Builder provides a C++ compiler for Windows 10 (32-bit and 64-bit) and Mobile (iOS and Android) with RAD extensions for the fastest Standard C++ Windows and Cross-Platform development. Tight integration with VCL for Windows and FMX cross-platform frameworks, C++11 language support and ARC (Automatic Reference Counting) based memory management for mobile, with backward compatibility. C++Builder is a must have upgrade for C++Builder Windows VCL developers or new C++ mobile and desktop developers coming from other languages and toolsets such as Java, ObjectiveC, C#, XCode, Xamarin and Visual Studio.