Embarcadero has published a new roadmap explaining what to expect in forthcoming editions of its RAD Studio suite, including Delphi and C++ Builder.
The company has been acquired by IDERA though the Embarcadero brand is to continue under the new ownership.
The roadmap covers two “development tracks”, though it is not completely clear what that
…continue reading New Delphi and C++ Builder Roadmap promises Linux server support
I am working on a review of Surface 3, Microsoft’s recently released Atom-based tablet, and wanted to try Windows 10 on the device. How to do this though without endangering the correct functioning of my loan unit?
The ideal answer seemed to be Windows To Go (WTG), which les you run Windows from a USB
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I have been trying out Microsoft’s Nano Server Preview and wrote up initial experiences for the Register. One of the things I mentioned is that I could not get an ASP.NET app successfully deployed. After a bit more effort, and help from a member of the team, I am glad to say that I have
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Microsoft has announced the ability to compile Windows 10 apps written in Java or C++ for Android, or in Objective C for iOS, at its Build developer conference here in San Francisco.
Objective C code in Visual Studio
The Android compatibility had been widely rumoured, but the Objective C support not so much.
…continue reading Compile Android Java, iOS Objective C apps for Windows 10 with Visual Studio: a game changer?
Microsoft has announced Visual Studio Code, a cross-platform, code-oriented IDE for Windows, Mac and Linux, at its Build developer conference here in San Francisco.
Visual Studio Code is partly based on the open source projects Omnisharp. It supports Intellisense code completion, GIT source code management, and debugging with break points and call stack.
…continue reading Visual Studio Code: an official Microsoft IDE for Mac, Windows, Linux
At last month’s @Scale conference in San Francisco, developers from a number of well-known companies (Google, Facebook, Twitter, Dropbox and others) spoke about the challenge of scaling applications and services to millions or even billions of users.
Among the speakers was Igor Zaika, Distinguished Engineer in the Microsoft Office team, and the video (embedded below)
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“It’s like a Microsoft developer event back when they were good,” one exhibitor here at Xamarin Evolve in Atlanta told me, and I do see what he means. There is plenty of buzz, since Xamarin is just three years old as a company and growing fast; there is the sense of an emerging technology, and
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Microsoft has removed some friction from developing for the Windows Store (whether phone or Windows 8) by removing the requirement to pay an annual subscription:
As we continue to execute on the vision to integrate the Windows and Windows Phone developer experiences, we have taken another step by moving to a one-time lifelong Dev Center
…continue reading Lifetime registration as a Windows Store developer, now from £12