“With this release, we wanted to help our Windows developers connect to Windows and beyond, understand their end users, and be more productive,” said Thomas.

Other key features include multi-device form-factor preview, which features live previews for mobile and desktop platforms; AppAnalytics to help developers understand user behavior; and the Getlt Package Manager to provide components discovery and source-code libraries.

Developers can expect Windows 10 support in future 2015 RAD Studio releases.

More information is available here.