ShepHertz, a leading Cloud Ecosystem Provider for Apps, today announced a strategic partnership with Embarcadero Technologies, a provider of award-winning tools for application developers and database professionals. Through this partnership, Appmethod, the multi-device application development platform offered by Embarcadero for building natively compiled, multi-device apps in C++ with a single codebase, enables developers to easily add cloud backend services to their apps with ShepHertz App42.
The beauty of HTML5 Builder is that from the beginning it helps developers organize what they are doing. It also configures itself to the task at hand. For example, if a development team is building a client-side Web application, HTML5 Builder gives them the correct set of client-side tools and hides the things they don't need or can't use. HTML5 Builder also will configure itself when developers are building something to run on a server, mobile client or mobile server.
Embarcadero Technologies, a leading provider of software solutions for application developers and database professionals, will showcase its popular Database Management, Data Modeling, and Metadata Publication Solutions, including ER/Studio Data Architect and ER/Studio Team Server at DMZ.
95% value common source code for desktop and mobile development and 93% believe natively compiled apps deliver better user experience and performance
SYDNEY, Australia – July 16, 2014 – According to a new Australian survey by Embarcadero Technologies, a leading provider of software solutions for application and database development, companies that have developed Windows applications are now under pressure to develop mobile apps with 83% receiving requests from users or business stakeholders.
Facebook has announced the development of a program called FbStart, which will give mobile app developers access to app testing and user research. This is the company’s latest initiative to become a big player in the app market.
Facebook said it has accepted more than 500 start-ups from 63 countries into FbStart, its programme to help developers grow their business.
Embarcadero Technologies, a leading provider of software solutions for application and database development, today announced it has been selected to provide development support to FbStart, a new program being offered by Facebook to help mobile startups at different stages in their life cycle build and grow their apps. Embarcadero was selected for its Appmethod end-to-end application development platform, the first native mobile solution to be included in the program.
The social networking giant also said Braintree, Appmethod and Get Satisfaction will become program partners that will contribute to the bag of development prizes for the winners.
Embarcadero Technologies, software solution provider, has been selected to assist with development support to FbStart, a new program by Facebook that aims to help mobile build and grow their apps at any stage. Embarcadero was chosen for its Appmethod end-to-end application development platform, the first native mobile solution to be included in the program. The Appmethod platform features an IDE with design tools, UI elements, connectors to cloud and on-premise databases and built-in support for popular mobile backend as service platforms.
Braintree, Appmethod and Get Satisfaction are the newest of FbStart’s 17 partners, which offer up to $40,000 in services. So far, the program has accepted more than 500 developers in 63 countries.
Facebook announced on Tuesday that it has added Braintree, Appmethod, and Get Satisfaction as partners on its FbStart program. That brings the total number to 17.
At f8 in April, we announced a new program called FbStart to help mobile app startups grow with the help of Facebook and its partners. Since opening the program application process broadly, we have added new partners and accepted hundreds of mobile app startups into our program from all over the world.
On Tuesday, Facebook said three more companies would give free credits to developers through FbStart: Appmethod, which helps developers build apps that works on different types of phones; Get Satisfaction, which allows companies to manage customer complaints and suggestions; and Braintree, a payments company.
New "complimentary subscription plan" for free Android phone targeting
This week sees the release of Appmethod, meaning that C++ developers can create complete apps for Android, iOS, Windows, and Mac OS X using this multi-device application development software offered by Embarcadero Technologies.
Embarcadero has introduced the latest release of Appmethod, which enables developers to use C++ to create complete apps for Android, iOS, Windows, and Mac OS X. Appmethod is the multi-device application development platform offered by Embarcadero Technologies for building natively compiled, multi-device apps with a single codebase without compromising performance, platform access, or user experience.
Embarcadero has introduced its latest release of Appmethod which allows developers to use C++ to create apps for Android, iOS, Windows, and Mac OS X.
The tool now allows mobile development pros to build cross-platform mobile apps in one of the world's most popular programming languages.
Embarcadero Technologies Inc. has announced that its AppMethod cross-platform development tool now supports C++. The company is touting the update as an opportunity for Android developers to build native cross-platform apps using a very well-known language. According to an EvansData report, C++ is the most widely used programming language in the world.
After the launch of a C++ framework for developing mobile applications earlier this year, Embarcadero Technologies wants to make C++ developers an offer they can’t refuse. The company this week announced that its Appmethod framework is now free forever for developers targeting the Google Android platform.
Appmethod, now supporting popular C++, lets mobile developers use one codebase to quickly build natively compiled apps targeting Android, iOS, Windows and Mac OS X.
Providing an array of heterogeneous tools for developers, DBAs, and architects, Embarcadero enables customers to work more efficiently with the industry’s major database platforms, operating systems, frameworks, and programming languages.
Managing the volume, velocity and variety of data in today’s enterprise requires large teams, diverse skill sets, and complex workflows. Our customers often manage hundreds of applications and thousands of databases—and information inventories are growing much faster than IT budgets. Automation, efficient collaboration and knowledge sharing are critical to success and 2014 will bring significant new capabilities for high-performance teams.
US software firm Embarcadero Technologies recently announced its intent to purchase the ERwin Data Modelling solution from CA Technologies. The company believes this acquisition will give it a much broader opportunity to market its database development solutions globally.
The latest version of RAD Studio has more support for Android, and is designed to give developers a way to extend desktop apps to mobile and wearable devices.
The other main improvement to the cross-platform app creator is the ability to modernize Windows XP apps. The new version lets you use features and the look and feel of Windows 7 and 8.1 to move XP apps to a more up-to-date version.
Embarcadero RAD Studio XE6 announced they are extending desktop applications to other devices including wearable’s. A multi-device natively compiled app development platform for Windows, Android, iOS, and Mac represents the first C++ visual development environment for Android apps. RAD Studio promises to provide developers with an easy stress-free path to modernize their Windows applications with VCL enhancements. A simple recompile, no code changes, will now deliver the same app with either a native or custom user interface for iOS, Windows, and Mac OS X.
Expanded Android support for C++ and Delphi developers to capitalize upon
Embarcadero RAD Studio XE6 arrives this week amidst bold claims of being a new route to extend desktop applications to wearables. This multi-device natively compiled app development platform for Windows, Android, iOS, and Mac represents the first C++ visual development environment for Android apps. It promises to allow developers to modernize their Windows applications with VCL enhancements and get an easy expansion path to mobile.
A Embarcadero Technologies, especializada em soluções de software para aplicações e bancos de dados, lançou essa semana mundialmente o Embarcadero RAD Studio XE6, que vai permitir a modernização de aplicações do Windows XP, o emparelhamento de aplicativos e a utilização de dispositivos para vestir.
Embarcadero Technologies is now offering RAD Studio XE6, a multi-device, natively compiled app development platform for Windows, Android, iOS and Mac.
RAD Studio XE6 introduces a C++ visual development environment for Android apps, enabling developers to modernize their Windows applications with VCL enhancements and expansion to mobile, and facilitates the creation of apps on multiple platforms and devices.
Expanded support for Android makes Embarcadero RAD Studio XE6 the only solution on the market to provide an integrated development environment (IDE) that supports visual development of C++ applications for Windows, Android, iOS and Mac. Users can create natively compiled apps for all platforms for both desktop and mobile, and even wearable devices like Google Glass, with a single C++ or Object Pascal (Delphi) codebase. A simple recompile delivers the same app with either a native or custom user interface (UI) to iOS, Windows, and Mac OS X with no code changes. RAD Studio XE6 supports multiple versions of Android, including 4.4 KitKat.
Embarcadero Technologies this week released an upgrade to its rapid application development (RAD) environment that makes it possible to upgrade a C or C++ application running on Windows XP that was developed using the company’s Visual Component Library (VCL) to run not only on Windows 7 or Windows 8, but also on Apple iOS, MacOS and even Google Android systems.
Embarcadero Technologies this week upgraded its cross-platform tool for building natively compiled apps, emphasizing mobile targeting and a well-timed fix to modernize Windows XP applications.
A Embarcadero Technologies, fornecedora líder de soluções premiadas de software para o desenvolvimento de aplicações e bancos de dados, lança mundialmente o Embarcadero® RAD Studio XE6. Ela é uma das mais completas soluções de desenvolvimento de software para a construção de aplicações nativas para Windows, Android, iOS e Mac, a partir de uma única base de código, que traz as soluções Delphi, C++ Builder e HTML5 Builder.
Embarcadero Technologies, a leading provider of software solutions for application and database development, today launched Embarcadero RAD Studio XE6, the complete multi-device, natively compiled app development platform for Windows, Android, iOS and Mac.
Embarcadero has rolled out RAD Studio XE6, a software development solution for building natively compiled apps for Windows, Android, iOS and Mac from a single code base. The new release introduces a C++ visual development environment for Android apps, enables developers to modernize their Windows applications with VCL enhancements and extensions to mobile, and helps increase developer productivity in creating high-quality apps on multiple platforms and devices.
March came in like a lion for the Data Modeling community. Not quite halfway through the month, news came that Embarcadero Technologies had entered into an agreement with CA Technologies to acquire CA ERwin, described by Ovum practice leader Mark Blowers as “one of the most extensively used and recognized data modeling tools” over the last couple of decades.