Design Beautiful Desktop and Mobile App UIs
with RAD Studio
Are you ready to design the best UIs of your life? Our award winning VCL framework for Windows and FireMonkey (FMX) visual framework for cross-platform UIs provide you with the foundation for intuitive, beautiful user interfaces that wow on every platform: Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android.
- Design your master UI layout once, then easily customize platform- and device-specific views without duplication of design effort
- Drag-and-drop visual and non-visual components from the palette using our visual designer
- Visually connect user interface elements to data sources using the LiveBindings Designer
- Real-time design validation using Live On-Device Preview to broadcast the active form to multiple devices simultaneously
- Add responsive design with resolution-aware components for desktop, tablets, and smartphones
- Real, platform-specific native controls for an improved user experience
Build Connected Applications
Build end-to-end solution for modern Windows 10, macOS, iOS, Android and Linux applications.
Single Code Base
Create apps for all platforms with less coding effort. Write once, compile everywhere.
Connect to over 20 databases natively with FireDAC’s high speed direct access.
Modernize existing code and compile cross platforms.
Windows 10 App
Modernize aging apps to support Windows 10 with up-to-date controls and Windows Store support
Develop macOS applications quickly and easily with RAD Studio.
Deliver mobile applications faster and smarter with platform-aware user interface controls. Protoype faster with multi-device designer and live preview in the IDE
Internet of Things (IoT)
Easily connect your apps to gadgets, devices, sensors, enterprise data, and cloud services.
RAD Studio has an HTTP and a REST client library, available on all platforms, to invoke REST services and even specific AWS and Azure components
Create a plugin that adds new tool windows, draws in the code editor, provides code completion, adds new syntax highlighting, hooks into high-level and low-level events, tracks processes and threads while debugging, and more.