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RBC General Notes: Notes for Delphi Developers using Rubicon

As of 05-Feb-2024 New York time
  • Rubicon supports Delphi 12 aka D29
    Rubicon v4.075+ compiles in Delphi 12.

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  • RAD REST demo with Rubicon Search
    The Oregon Delphi User Group has kindly hosted the recording of their recent meeting, Add Full Text Search to Your Delphi Web Apps using Rubicon and REST (scroll down on their page to get the recording link).
    This is the first release of a Rubicon sample project which provides research results as JSON over https.

  • Discourse Forum launched
    Now there is a dedicated web-based forum for Rubicon support.
    We followed the example of Embarcadero and the Australian Delphi User Group in selecting Discourse as the platform. The moderator will need to approve you before you can post; please be a little patient with us as we learn the ropes. All Rubicon customers, past present and future! are most welcome.

  • Rubicon supports Delphi 11 aka D28

  • Rubicon Showcase at Desktop First UX Summit
    We have made a new webinar to showcase Rubicon as used with FireDAC and SQLite. It is a 15 minute presentation. Many thanks to Embarcadero for making this available on-demand during the recent online conference.
    Watch on

  • Full Source - for Rubicon Customers
    Rubicon customers who have a (free) account at may request access to the Rubicon subversion "SVN" repository with history back to year 2009. This will let you compile existing Rubicon projects with the latest Delphi compiler.
    since 04-July-2017

  • RAD Studio Delphi 10.4.2 support
    Rubicon v4.062 supports Delphi 10.4.2.
    The Lite installer supports FireDAC and is available now. Goto Downloads – thanks!

  • FireDAC with PostgreSQL
    Rubicon v4.055 has improved support for FireDAC with PostgreSQL databases.

  • Rubicon with FireMonkey
    Using RAD Studio XE4+ with FireMonkey and Rubicon v4.028+ is possible with a range of target platforms.
    The example project uses the IBExpress bridge. You could change the demo project to use another bridge such as FireDAC.
    Look for example programs under the usual r_samples folder.
    Compile FireMonkey projects with compiler conditional FMACTIVE.

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