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DevExpress VCL Subscription: Tokyo or Bust!

Tokyo at nightLast week, Embarcadero released the next major version of RAD Studio, v10.2. In keeping with their new convention of naming major releases after major cities (Seattle for v10.0, then Berlin for v10.1), this particular version is named after Tokyo. Welcome to RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo!

As it turned out, supporting this particular version was not too onerous: the changes for code targeting VCL on Windows are small and easily catered for. (The main new feature is of course Linux support for server apps, something that  does not fall within our user experience purview.) Consequently, I am able to announce that we have already added support for RAD Studio Tokyo in v16.2.5.

Even better: it’s already ready for downloading from the Client Center: just log in and click the download link. The trial version also has been updated to install with Tokyo.

Enjoy!

(Tokyo by Moyan Brenn, on Flickr. CC 2.0 license.)

Published Mar 27 2017, 10:06 AM by
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