Software Quality Engineering, a leader in the software improvement field for more than twenty-five years, has revealed the keynote speakers for the first Mobile Dev + Test conference. Mobile Dev + Test will be held April 12–17, 2015, in San Diego, CA, and will offer up to six days of training on mobile and smart software development and testing practices.
Embarcadero Technologies, a leading provider of software solutions for application and database development, recently added support for the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem with updates to the September 2014 release of Appmethod. Through expanded tethering and Bluetooth LE capabilities, the Appmethod software development platform now provides developers with tools for building apps for wearables, such as the Zephyr HxM Heart Rate Monitor.
Embarcadero Technologies announced a major new XE6 release of its portfolio of database tools, including ER/Studio, DBArtisan and Rapid SQL. The new tools enable customers to meet today’s demanding data challenges while delivering significant productivity gains across an enhanced set of database management system platforms.
Designed for developers, DBAs, and architects, Embarcadero’s heterogeneous tools enable customers to design, build, and run their databases and applications in the environments they choose, free from the constraints, costs, and learning curves associated with multiple platform-specific tools. The expanded XE6 portfolio provides new support for leading platforms including MongoDB, Hadoop Hive and PostgreSQL.
According to a new article out of the company, “Embarcadero Technologies, a leading provider of software solutions for application and database development, today announced a major new XE6 release of its award-winning portfolio of database tools, including ER/Studio, DBArtisan and Rapid SQL. The new tools enable customers to meet today’s demanding data challenges while delivering significant productivity gains across an enhanced set of database management system (DBMS) platforms.”
In Embarcadero Technologies' RAD Studio XE7, the company emphasizes building modern apps with the ability to connect mobile devices and desktop computers with the growing universe of gadgets, cloud services, data and APIs, the company said. It also features FireUI, which provides a new way to share one UI codebase for different targets, with the possibility to optimize certain components for different devices.
Embarcadero Technologies, a leading provider of software solutions for application and database development, unveiled its technology strategy for developers to build a new breed of connected apps for the burgeoning Internet of Things (IoT) market.
Embarcadero is aiming to help part of the process happen with its RAD Studio XE7 Integrated Development Environment (IDE), which sets out to help build connected applications for Windows, Android, iOS, Mac OS X, gadgets and wearables. This software application development tool doesn’t ‘port’ application code to other environments; it adds mobile-specific extensions to a desktop application with its FireUI Multi-Device Designer and UI Components.
Continuing its push to help developers create new connected apps for the Internet of Things, Embarcadero has made the latest release of Appmethod available to active subscribers and new Appmethod developers. The release is aimed at helping developers streamline the creation of apps for IoT using a single app development platform and shared C++ codebase. According to Embarcadero, Appmethod September 2014 Release provides a complete software development solution for building natively compiled C++ apps that connect mobile and desktop devices, sensors, gadgets, wearables, cloud services, and data.
Cross-platform development tool vendor Embarcadero Technologies Inc. this week released an upgraded version of its studio product with increased connectivity and mobile options.
The new support for extending Windows and Mac OS X apps to mobile via Bluetooth App Tethering and Wi-Fi is interesting, but as Dr. Dobb's editor-in-chief Andrew Binstock notes, "the use of 'extending' does not mean porting only; it also means adding mobile-specific extensions to a desktop app."
The newly updated RAD Studio also offers assistance in other ways, by offering a way to build Bluetooth tethering into desktop applications, and by offering a new library to aid in parallel computing operations that run across multiple processors at once.
With the release of Embarcadero Technologies' RAD Studio XE7 code editor, C++ and Delphi application developers can maintain a single code base that covers multiple devices and form factors
Suite now includes a new device designer that helps developers share code for multiple operating systems
It isn't easy being an application developer, having to deal with multiple languages for creating apps to run on multiple operating systems.
Embarcadero Technologies is trying to bring some order into this chaos with the release of RAD Studio XE7, a software environment for Delphi/Object Pascal and C++ developers for building new or upgrading legacy apps.
Enterprise Mobility Services, a new back-end turnkey middleware service that hosts loadable custom API and data access modules to provide secure access from mobile and desktop apps to enterprise databases, will provide partners with new revenue from end-users.
Embarcadero Technologies has launched Embarcadero RAD Studio XE7, a solution to build connected apps for Windows, Android, iOS, OS X, gadgets, and wearables. The new XE7 version of RAD Studio enables Delphi/Object Pascal and C++ developers to extend existing Windows applications and build apps that connect desktop and mobile devices with gadgets, cloud services, and enterprise data and APIs.
With the emergence of mobile devices, connected gadgets and wearables, developers need to extend their app development to fit new devices and form factors. Embarcadero wants to help simplify the process; the company has announced RAD Studio XE7, its solution to build connected apps for Android, iOS, OS X and Windows, as well as gadgets and wearables.
Embarcadero's new app dev platform enables developers to build apps for Windows, Android, iOS and more.
Embarcadero Technologies, a provider of application and database development tools, has launched RAD Studio XE7, a new platform for building connected apps for Windows, Android, iOS, OS X, gadgets and wearables. - See more at: http://www.eweek.com/developer/embarcadero-delivers-rad-studio-xe7.html#sthash.ZemSiQso.dpuf
Embarcadero Technologies launched Embarcadero RAD Studio XE7, a complete solution to build connected apps for Windows, Android, iOS, Mac OS X, gadgets, and wearables. The new XE7 version of RAD Studio enables Delphi/Object Pascal and C++ developers to extend current Windows applications and build modern apps that connect desktop and mobile devices with gadgets, cloud services, and enterprise data and APIs.
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.