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Embarcadero has published an updated roadmap for its Delphi and C++Builder development tools: Delphi, C++Builder, and RAD Studio. These tools combine the Object Pascal (Delphi) or C++ language with a visual component library and native code compiler for Windows.
This is probably mainly a marketing tool to tell Embarcadero that their tools are easy to use and can be installed on-demand. Unlike Eclipse, the All Access application is not required to use native Windows API calls. Instead, its windows reside on a virtual desktop, so it is nothing special, and entirely free of the need to install Delphi 7. In the same way, the IDE does not do a lot of the heavy lifting, which is now handled by the virtualised engines. This is most apparent when you develop. The IDE does not show updates, just prepares the code for building, and ignores you if you hit a wall. This I attribute to the extensive use of code generation that eliminate all but the most obscure bugs.
We are already seeing the first examples of in-browser all-access developers. For example, the community is implementing various scripting libraries directly into web pages. If you like Embarcaderos software this is a really nice development. If you are not convinced the IDE should be a server-client system, then these are interesting experiments to watch.
My next steps are to clear off my Delphi is D Bartisan 126.96.36.19952 Full Version I have all the Rad Studio I need to make a start with just my Windows NT desktop. I need to write the All Access client too. d8a7b2ff72
The Embarcadero FireMonkey project is the first in the platform to deliver to Windows desktop. I wonder if the SDK and plugins are being neglected as part of their clear cross-compiler strategy (or if the SDK could be easily managed by the cross-compiler).
Embarcadero RAD Studio XE2 Fundamentals is a cross-compiler using a lightweight XE2 compiler, built on top of the established Appmethod compiler, to produce native Windows applications. The build process uses the flexible tool-chain which has produced the Embarcadero BCB compiler.
The last few years has seen such a flood of RADs for cross-platform development that developers are often reluctant to learn new platforms. Embarcadero is now pushing Embarcadero Seattle for its beautiful GUI designer. I wonder if this will put them into extra revenue.
In the case of Embarcadero, the incremental costs are considerable. The cheapest All-Access licence is $1595, but of course if you already have a licence, that is less than the full payment. For example, an individual All-Access desktop subscription costs $1995, compared with about $1300 for my packaged all-access. About $400 of the difference is taken up by the one-off licence payment.
This bundle of licences is $4795, so your cost of the All-Access desktop in a year is about $1900. That is a little less than I pay for DMarta and a bit less than the AGPL all-access, but with free calls to Embarcadero, you can now get expert support for your cross-platform app development.
The release is available for download at its website for $699 (US) for the standard version. The first thousand US customers are entitled to a free upgrade to the Pro version for one year and a free copy of the Embarcadero R10 package, which is worth $149.99.