By: Tim DelChiaro
Abstract: Tens of Thousands of Commercial, Shareware, Freeware and Open Source Components and Tools Support Embarcadero RAD Studio Family of Products
Huge Worldwide Embarcadero Technology Partner Ecosystem Supports RAD Studio XE3, Delphi XE3, C++Builder XE3 and HTML5 Builder XE3 Release
Tens of Thousands of Commercial, Shareware, Freeware and Open Source Components and Tools Support Embarcadero RAD Studio Family of Products
SAN FRANCISCO – Oct. 11, 2012 — Embarcadero Technologies, a leading provider of software solutions for application and database development, today announced that more than 10,000 components and tools support RAD Studio allowing developers to build a vast array of applications for multiple software architectures and multiple platforms including Windows, Mac, mobile and cloud. Embarcadero’s technology partner products include both integrated and standalone developer tools, visual and non-visual components, libraries, source code, books, videos, database drivers, multi-tier architectures, reporting and PDF components and generators. These products integrate and add value to RAD Studio, giving developers a vast array of tools to satisfy any business, system and application requirement.
The new RAD Studio XE3, including Delphi XE3, C++Builder XE3, Embarcadero Prism, and HTML5 Builder, acts as a developer force multiplier, easing the shift to Windows 8, Windows and Mac code generation from a single codebase, and multi-platform mobile development with HTML5.
“The RAD Studio XE3 platform is a truly modern development environment that inspires companies like us to extend our range of feature-packed productivity component offerings,” said Bruno Fierens, president of TMS Software. “Now application developers get the choice and flexibility needed to target multiple platforms with a single code base. We are eager to help customers build great applications for any platform they want to target with RAD Studio XE3.”
“A vibrant technology partner ecosystem helps our customers be more successful,” said Michael Swindell, Embarcadero senior vice president of marketing and product management. “This is especially important as developers face the growing challenge of multi-platform support.”
“Embarcadero's effort to keep tech partners in the loop months advance of product releases via online tech briefings is critical to my annual planning,” said Ann Lynnworth, president, HREF Tools Corp of Santa Rosa, Calif. “The briefings, plus access to Embarcadero's beta program make it possible for us to keep our component packages, the WebHub Web Development Framework and the Rubicon Search Engine, in sync with the latest Delphi and C++Builder language features, as well as embrace new platforms including Windows 2012 Server and Windows 8 Desktop.”
In addition, three renowned application development experts and authors are writing books that will provide instruction and deeper understanding of languages and developing solutions using RAD Studio XE3, including Delphi and C++Builder. Book availability will be announced separately on these websites:
Information about the Embarcadero Technology Partner program and the partner directory is available at: http://tp.embarcadero.com/.
About Embarcadero Technologies
Embarcadero Technologies, Inc. is a leading provider of award-winning tools for application developers and database professionals so they can design systems right, build them faster and run them better, regardless of their platform or programming language. Ninety of the Fortune 100 and an active community of more than three million users worldwide rely on Embarcadero products to increase productivity, reduce costs, simplify change management and compliance and accelerate innovation. Founded in 1993, Embarcadero is headquartered in San Francisco, with offices located around the world. Embarcadero is online at www.embarcadero.com.
Kulesa Faul for Embarcadero Technologies
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