We’re happy to announce that as of today, the Oxygene for Java sub-feed of Brian Long‘s blog “It’s a blong, blong, blong road…” will be syndicated on blogs.remobjects.com. Brian has lots of great posts already, and more are coming. Happy reading!
Oxygene 5 unlocks native mobile phone app development. Oxygene for .NET / Embarcadero Prism XE2 supports building applications for Windows Phone 7, and Oxygene for Java (FKA Project “Cooper”) supports building native applications for Android tablets and phones. I’ve put together videos and primers on both of these platforms. The Windows Phone 7 video is online, and the Android video will be online next week, but you can check out the Android Primer today.
If you pre-order Oxygene for Java now, you get access to the beta today. You can also order the Oxygene bundle and get Embarcadero Prism XE2 (powered by Oxygene for .NET) today, and pre-order Oxygene for Java.
Look for more coverage on these exciting platforms to come soon!
As promised in my previous post, new gamma builds for Data Abstract and related products are available with full support for Delphi XE2, including Win64 and Mac OS X.
These are not “gamma” builds from the branch we are working on for our upcoming Fall 2011 release due later this month; these builds are feature complete and considered “stable”, but they have not yet gone thru the full range of testing that our final releases go thru, so use them at your own risk.
To get the builds, head over to beta.remobjects.com. Like all of our beta programs, these builds are available to any customer with an active subscription. Please use the private ROFX beta forum on RemObjects Connect to discuss these builds and provide feedback.
Apple’s annual World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco has just been announced and opened for registration today. I already got my ticket, and i’m looking forward to seeing many of you there! Go to http://developer.apple.com/wwdc for more info, and get your ticket quickly, it is bound to sell out fast!
For our MonoDevelop/Mac users we’ve created some new templates for MonoMac and MonoTouch. These are up to date templates that match the C# versions and let you write MonoMac (free) and MonoTouch (commercial) applications.
To install them, open MonoDevelop, select the Tools/Add-in Manager menu, click Repositories and add