FireMonkey Quick Start Guide - Set Up Your Development Environment

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For developing FireMonkey applications, you can use RAD Studio with either the Delphi or C++Builder language as your development environment (this Quick Start refers to these personalities as RAD Studio). RAD Studio runs under Microsoft Windows. To try RAD Studio, you can download a trial version at:

One of the major benefits of using FireMonkey is the ability to create applications for both Windows and macOS from one codebase. When you create an macOS application, you need to use RAD Studio on the Windows operating system, and target your application to macOS. You can debug your applications running on macOS, and then package them for macOS. To debug and deploy an application to macOS, you need to have the Platform Assistant installed on your macOS machine.

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