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SmartInspect 3.5.1 is available for download now. Just a quick update while we’re still working on other things. SmartInspect has had Delphi 12 Beta support for a little while, but with the Delphi 12 release today, we updated to use the release version to build the IDE Integration. Also a small fix to the installer
We’re very happy to announce the availability of RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder 12. Embarcadero has a great post up outlining the major changes, but it includes the most significant updates and new featires for C++ in years, major improvements in FireMonkey via the Skia support, plus a bunch of Delphi RTL, Language and VCL
On Monday night I did a presentation to the ADUG on building microservices with RAD Server. After an overview we spent a lot of time looking at how you can bring your existing sourcecode, especially data access code, into RAD Server and expose it out to other languages and environments via a REST API. This
This year DevOps World is being held in multiple regions around the World, and the APAC event is in Singapore in October. Code Partners will be there again, and our friends at Cloudbees have arranged to open up registrations so that any of you who want to can register for free. It’s on the 26th
SmartInspect 3.5 is available for download now. As well as a bunch of smaller fixes and tweaks, there are a few additional features we’ve had multiple requests for that we wanted to get out before the much larger release coming soon (more about that at the bottom). Strongly Named NuGet Packages Last month we released
The demand for Application Delivery is growing faster than IT’s capacity to deliver. The sheer number of unproductive and constantly changing frameworks and libraries is adding to the backlog problem, rather than helping. Many IT teams are now looking at low-code solutions to become more productive, but unfortunately there are many definitions of “low-code”, and