The Internet of Things (IoT) was the most hyped technology of 2014 according to Gartner, and it’s easy to see why. Cisco’s recent IoT study suggests that the number of connected devices is expected to grow to 50 billion by 2020, leading to a global economic impact of $10 trillion.
With Windows 10 set to be released July 29, developers need to be ready for the change in approach represented by Microsoft’s latest OS.
The XE7 version of Embarcadero Technologies Inc.'s ER/Studio modeling suite has added capabilities intended to make data models a more intrinsic part of Agile development efforts. Additions to the suite may also give better views into the data life cycle.
The world of information technology is often described as an ecosystem. And just like an ecosystem that exists in nature, IT is affected by internal and external factors. In this issue of Database Trends and Applications magazine, we introduce the third annual list of companies that matter in data, a reflection of the IT ecosystem as it exists now.
Embarcadero has launched the first hosted backend service to provide software application developers with detailed information on how users are interacting with desktop, mobile and wearable apps.
A new article out of the company reports, “Embarcadero Technologies, a leading provider of software solutions for application and database development, today announced that its data modeling tool, ER/Studio® Data Architect version 10.0, has been certified by HortonWorks for HortonWorks Data Platform (HDP) 2.1 and certified against MongoDB Enterprise for versions 2.4 through 3.0.
Embarcadero Technologies' data modeling tool, ER/Studio Data Architect version 10.0, has been certified by HortonWorks and Mongo DB Enterprise.
In order to break down barriers in creating and storing data, understanding the modern data architecture is key. That was the focus of Mike Lamble, CEO at Clarity Solution Group, and Ron Huizenga’s, product manager at Embarcadero Technologies, presentation at Data Summit 2015.
Embarcadero Technologies has launched Embarcadero AppAnalytics, a hosted backend service to provide application developers with detailed information on how users are interacting with desktop, mobile, and wearable applications built with RAD Studio XE8.
DevOps is popular these days. It's all about enabling Freedom for the business users of automated systems, based on Trust that the automated systems will behave as the business expects—or would expect if it thought about the issues deeply—and with development controlled by feedback loops around a continuous delivery process.
Sensing that the Internet of Things (IoT) promises business opportunities for its customers, Embarcadero Technologies' newly updated RAD Studio XE8 uses Window Visual Component Library to help developers build mobile, cloud and IoT applications.
Embarcadero Technologies, a provider of software solutions for application and database development, has unveiled the new XE7 version of ER/Studio, its flagship data architecture suite.
Embarcadero Technologies, a leading provider of software solutions for application and database development, today announced the new XE7 version of ER/Studio, its award-winning flagship data architecture suite.>
RAD Studio XE8 has been released by Embarcadero Technologies with support for iOS 64-bit, Universal App, Beacons and AppAnalytics. In an exclusive interview with Learnxpress, John “JT” Thomas, Senior Director, Application Development Products, Embarcadero Technologies shared more information about the features included with the latest release.
Everyone is talking about the ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT), but few organizations are getting very far in capitalizing on the exciting new market opportunities created by IoT because they lack a designated executive leader responsible for spearheading their IoT initiatives. According to a “Software for the Internet of Things Developer Survey,” conducted by Embarcadero Technologies, 77 percent of development teams will have IoT solutions in active development in 2015.
Embarcadero Technologies has launched RAD Studio XE8 with improved features to enable Delphi/Object Pascal and C++ developers to leverage existing Windows applications to quickly build new solutions for mobile, cloud and the Internet of Things.
Embarcadero Technologies has released a major update to its RAD Studio XE8 connected app platform. Included in this new release is the ability for Delphi/Object Pascal and C++ developers to leverage their Windows VCL applications and build expanded, innovative solutions for mobile, cloud and the Internet of Things (IoT).
エンバカデロ・テクノロジーズは4月7日、 WindowsやAndroid、iOS、ウェアラブルを含むマルチデバイス向けにアプリケーションを拡張できる統合開発環境ソフトウェア「RAD Studio XE8」を発表した。価格は21万6000円から。4月8日から販売を開始する。
DelphiやC++で開発が行える統合開発環境「RAD Studio」の最新版「RAD Studio XE8」がエンバカデロ・テクノロジーズから発表されました。
RAD Studioの最大の特長は、Windows上で、MacOS X、iOSやAndroidなどクロスプラットフォームのアプリケーション開発が行える点です。今回の主な強化点は、このクロスプラットフォーム対応と、Intenet of Things向けの開発など。
エンバカデロ・テクノロジーズは4月7日、Windows、Android、iOS、Mac OS X、ガジェット、ウェアラブルといったマルチデバイスアプリケーションを作成できるソフトウェア開発環境の最新版「RAD Studio XE8」を発表した。4月8日より提供開始となる。
Software development is moving beyond the desktop computer. With this in mind, Embarcadero has strengthened its flagship Windows RAD Studio IDE (integrated development environment) to better help build mobile apps and software for Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
Embarcadero has released RAD Studio XE8, including Delphi and C++ Builder, with a slew of new features including a 64-bit compiler for Apple’s iOS and support for iOS Universal Apps, including 32-bit and 64-bit in a single binary.
エンバカデロ・テクノロジーズは、マルチデバイス対応でネイティブ開発環境を実現するスイート製品の最新版「RAD Studio XE8」を4月8日に発売する。価格は24万円（税別、以下同）で、6月28日まではキャンペーン価格で21万6000円。バージョンアップ版は14万5000円、キャンペーン価格は13万1000円。30日の無料トライアル版も用意される。
エンバカデロ･テクノロジーズは、マルチデバイスに対応したネイティブアプリケーション開発環境の最新版「RAD Studio XE8（ラッドスタジオ・エックスイーエイト）」を4月8日に発売する。
This year is the year of the Internet of Things (IoT), according to Embarcadero’s John Thomas. And to help developers prepare for it, Embarcadero is releasing RAD Studio XE8 with connectivity solutions.
A pair of recent studies finds a growing convergence between skills and techniques to build, connect and secure mobile apps and those for Internet of Things projects. IDN looks at surveys from Infonetics Research and from Embarcadero Technologies.
According to a report released by Embarcadero Technologies, Inc., more developers are now focusing on Internet of Things solutions for the connected world such as industrial sensors, health monitors and smart buildings. The report also revealed that majority of the developers are targeting the enterprise. Also featured in this roundup is a new smart home SDK from Marvell Technology Group Ltd., Moff’s SDK is now available for developers and Intel’s IoT SDK graduates from beta.
THE MAJORITY of software developers creating Internet of Things (IoT) applications are targeting the business market, which offers more growth potential than the consumer side.
According to results from the Software for the Internet of Things (IoT) Developer Survey released by Embarcadero Technologies for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), 2015 will be a big year for developing business solutions with integrated “Things"(1) – such as industrial sensors, health monitors and smart buildings – to connect with existing and new business solutions. The survey finds the majority (84%) of software developers building IoT solutions in 2015 are targeting business markets, while 16% are exclusively targeting consumers.
A new survey released by Embarcadero Technologies has revealed that 84% of software developers building IoT solutions this year will be targeting business markets.
This is shaping up to be a pretty big year. In 2015 we get to meet Marty McFly, hoverboards are the preferred method of travel and according to a recent survey of IT developers and development managers, new IoT application development is going to go through the roof.
The Internet of Things (IoT) may still be caught up in the hype cycle, but new research from Embarcadero Technologies shows that software developers working on IoT solutions expect to have them in active development this year, and most are geared towards business rather than gadgets for consumers.
The year 2015 will be a big one in Australia and New Zealand for developing business solutions with integrated ‘Things’ to connect with existing and new business solutions.
Eighty-four per cent of A/NZ development teams involved in Internet of Things (IoT) projects will have their solutions in active development in 2015, with almost two thirds of developers anticipating business impact by the end of the year.
A new survey has found that Internet of Things (IoT) development work is largely the province of smaller businesses, but they are working across a diverse range of industry sectors.