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Embarcadero® RAD Studio XE3 is your developer force multiplier and the fastest way to build data-rich, visually engaging applications for Windows 8, Mac, .NET, Web and mobile. You can deliver applications 5x faster across Windows 8, Mac OS X including Retina display, and more.

See David Intersimone explain 31 new features in RAD Studio XE3, Delphi XE3, C++Builder XE3 and HTML5 Builder for your Windows, Mac, Web and mobile development. Links to the videos and a blog post with additional information are listed below.

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This video covers using the Windows 8 Style in your VCL and FireMonkey applications. The video also shows how easy it is to convert existing Delphi and C++ VCL forms to the Windows 8 Style using the built-in form converter.
This video shows you how to use the new FireMonkey 2 TMediaPlayer and TMediaPlayerControl components to add multimedia (Audio and Video) to your Windows and Mac applications.
This short video shows how you can list all of the audio and video devices that are available to your Windows and Mac applications using the FireMonkey 2’s TCaptureDevice- Manager class.
This quick video shows you how to add audio and video capture for your Windows and Mac applications using the new FireMonkey 2 TVideoCaptureDevice and TAudioCaptureDevice classes.
This video shows you how to use the new FireMonkey 2 (FM2) Anchors property and the new FlowLayout and GridLayout components in your Windows and Mac applications.
This RAD Studio XE3 video showcases FireMonkey 2’s new sensor non-visual components for Location (TLocationSensor - Windows/Mac) and Motion (TMotionSensor - Windows).
This short introductory video shows you how to use the new LiveBindings Designer, LiveBindings Wizard and the TPrototypeBindSource. The LiveBindings Designer lets you visually create and edit LiveBindings.
RAD Studio XE3’s LiveBindings and the LiveBindings Designer will be used mostly to connect controls to other controls and datasets to controls. This shows how you can bind control properties to the fields of an object.
This short video shows you how to use the SQLite console application to create a database and then use dbExpress components, the LiveBindings Wizard and LiveBinding Designer to create a FireMonkey HD application.
See how to create Delphi and C++Builder Windows and Mac applications that use gestures. On Windows you can use a mouse and touch devices. On Mac OS X you use the two finger gesture support on the built-in touch pad or an external track pad.
This short video shows you how to build a simple mobile application with HTML5 Builder and deploy it to Apple iPad3 and Google Nexus 7 tablets.
FireMonkey2 give you additional support for new UI controls and styles. In this video, see how you can add glyphs to the TEdit (edit box) component including glyphs and functionality for Clear, Password, Search, Elipsis, and more.
RAD Studio XE3 and HTML5 Builder provide support for HTML5’s Canvas, Local Storage (both local and session storage) and Audio/Video. This short video shows each of these HTML5 features in action.
This short video will introduce you to HTML5 Builder’s support for animations and mobile themes.
In this quick video you will see how to add Windows 8 user experience and functionality to your VCL and FireMonkey applications using FlipView, FlyIn/FlyOut and LiveTile examples.
This quick video shows you just a few of the many features of the TMS Grid for FireMonkey and how to use the grid with LiveBindings.
RAD Studio XE3 and FireMonkey 2 support using styles for the Client and Non-Client Areas of your apps. This shows you how to use styles for the non-client area for Windows and Mac.
This quick video introduces you to the new MaterialSource components you can use in your Windows and Mac FireMonkey 3D applications.
This video shows you how to use the Version Info dialog to add build information to your Windows and Mac applications.
David shows you how to create a multi-tier and multi-platform application that includes a Windows DataSnap server and Windows and Mac DataSnap client applications.
David focuses on the LiveBindings Wizard and the 5 common binding tasks that it provides using multi-page wizards. The LiveBindings Wizard can be used with Delphi and C++Builder VCL and FireMonkey applications.
David shows you what’s involved in building a Server Mobile Application that displays HTML5 based business charts in your desktop or mobile browser using data from the server application.
HTML5 Builder allows you to create location-based browser and mobile applications. The Geolocation components let you request the location and, if the user allows it, track any change on the location, speed, heading, and more.
RAD Studio XE3 now allows you to create a Delphi and C++Builder FireMonkey 2 application for OS X and submit it to the Apple Macintosh App Store.
This video shows you how to quickly add actions and gestures to the RAD Studio XE3 FireMonkey 2 FireFlow sample application (an adaption of the Cover Flow 3D animated UI found in iTunes, Mac Finder and other applications).
RAD Studio XE3 and FireMonkey 2 includes a new transition effect and component, TFilterSwipeTransition class and TSwipeTransitionEffect component. You can use this effect to peel back a corner of an image to reveal another image underneath.
Using the LiveBindings Designer and LiveBindings Wizard in RAD Studio XE3 allows you to easily link fields to UI controls and do other common LiveBindings tasks.
To better support multi-platform, device and services, RAD Studio XE3 and FireMonkey 2 includes the new TPlatformServices architecture, based on interfaces. You can use the Supports PlatformService function in your Delphi and C++ Windows and Mac OS X applications and take advantage of platform services that are available at runtime.
RAD Studio XE3 allows you to implement the Windows 8 style in your VCL and FireMonkey Delphi and C++Builder applications using the new Metropolis UI style. Windows 8 Metropolis UI applications do not use a persistent menu bar at the top of the application window.
The new HTML5 Builder supports creating Client Mobile Applications, Client Web Applications, Server Mobile Applications and Server Web Applications. Your HTML5 Builder applications can also connect with business logic contained in amulti-tier Delphi and C++ DataSnap Server using the PHP and JavaScript DataSnap Rest Connection component.
RAD Studio XE3 and FireMonkey 2 include support for important 3D models into your HD and 3D Delphi and C++ applications. The TModel3D FireMonkey component supports loading of DAE, OBJ and ASE model files and their textures.