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RAD Studio 10.4.2 is released

Embarcadero have just announced the release of RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder 10.4.2. The announcement post is here but some of the key features are: New VCL controls: TControlList and TNumberBox New CodeInsight Features, including ErrorInsight support for Warnings and Hints Updated Platform support such as Android 11, macOS 11 and iOS 14 As always,

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What’s Coming in RAD Studio 10.4.2?

The next Update Pack for RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder 10.4 is not far away, and we’ll be helping Embarcadero host a What’s Coming webinar this Thursday. There is a choice of 3 different timeslots, with Session 3 probably being the most business hour friendly for our region:

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2020 Customer TShirt Offer

We’ve just sent an email out to our 2020 Customers with details of how you can grab one of our limited run TShirts. Inspired by the classic Ramones logo designed by Arturo Vega, if you’d like one of these RAD Studio shirts, you’ll need to use the coupon code included in the email. Also, make

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SmartInspect Update

I wanted to give everyone an update on where we are with the relaunch of SmartInspect. Despite a bit of a false start, I’m happy to say that we have successfully updated all of the core packages and tools with RAD Studio 10.4.1. This required a number of fixes and updates to third party components,

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SmartInspect Pricing

As I mentioned in my SmartInspect Update, we’ve finalised the new pricing structure. There were two main factors I was trying to balance with the pricing: treat customers with an existing subscription fairly make SmartInspect accessible to a broader range of customers I think what we’ve come up with balances those two goals appropriately, but

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