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RAD Studio XE Sneak Preview #3 - Multi-tier, Cloud and Web

By: Tim DelChiaro

Abstract: Get an exclusive first look at the next version of Delphi, C++Builder, Delphi Prism, RadPHP, and RAD Studio

RAD Studio XE Sneak Preview
Final sneak preview of the new XE versions of 
RAD Studio, Delphi, C++Builder and RadPHP
 
 

This is your last chance to get an early look at the soon to be released new version of RAD Studio. This week’s preview showcases the new and enhanced multi-tier, Web and cloud computing capabilities in RAD Studio XE.

RAD Studio XE Preview #3 – Multi-tier, Cloud and Web

Join Embarcadero’s Chief Evangelist David I and Product Manager Mike Rozlog as they discuss new features including:

  • Extended multi-tier development with new wizards, new protocol support, encryption and compression, cloud servers, and PHP/JavaScript clients
  • Cloud computing access to Windows Azure services
  • Quick deployment to Amazon EC2 cloud servers
  • RadPHP, IP*Works! Internet Toolkit, and IntraWeb (VCL for the Web) enable faster web application development, including rapid development of web front-ends to DataSnap servers

See the Preview Now!

If you missed the previous previews on coding and productivity and on optimizing on automating, you can click the tabs on the preview page to view the earlier videos and blog posts on those topics.

 
 
 
Get a Special Sneak Preview >>
See exclusive videos, blogs, articles, and more on what's coming in RAD Studio XE.
Win It Before You Can Buy It >>
Enter to win one of three copies of RAD Studio XE and get it before it's available to the general public.

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Published on: 8/24/2010 1:00:00 AM


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