Great Installation Experience with new RAD Studio 10.1 “Berlin”

  

The new Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio 10.1 “Berlin” have been just released by Embarcadero! I’m super excited by this new version of Delphi and C++Builder!
The very first live demonstration happened yesterday in Berlin and tomorrow there will be online launch webinar in different timezones!
Register now at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/8114586402052971010 for one of the live sessions on Thursday, April 21st, 6am, 11am and 5pm PDT (this 9 hours earlier then CEST, the first webinar is in Amsterdam on 15:00).
Probably to many the biggest new feature will be bringing back the floating form designer, that was last saw in Delphi 7, so you can now at the same time see the code editor and the form designer on the screen!
One of the first things to notice is vastly improved installation experience. There is new RAD Studio “Feature Installer” screen, so you can decide during the installation, and after the IDE is installed, which compilers and associated tooling you would like to install. By default only Delphi Win32, Delphi iOS, C++Builder Win32 and C++Builder iOS are installed, but you can select other platforms as well!

That’s really great. It can save a lot of time. Later during the installation you can also decide which components and packages you would like to install!

The new “Welcome” page has been redesigned and simplified as well. 

You are just one click away from “Feature Installer” wizard, but you can also use extended and improved “GetIt” Package Manager that let you quickly install additional custom components to the IDE. There are many new “Thing Connect” components designed for integrating with specific IoT devices in a very easy way!

If you have not yet installed the newest RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin – do it NOW!
The best solution for building native enterprise apps for desktop, mobile and IoT from the same source code!
 
Here is the link to start for free! https://www.embarcadero.com/products/rad-studio/start-for-free
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