September 28th, 2011, 09:16 AM
Rad Studio XE2 in Devart's New Versions of DACs and dbExpress Drivers
Devart's Data Access Components (DAC) and dbExpress lines have been updated with new versions of products, anticipated by thousands of users. Now developers can benefit from introduction of 64-bit platform, support of Rad Studio XE2 and FireMonkey compatibility. The latest versions provide new opportunities for development of advanced cross-platform high-performance database applications.
The Devart native VCL/FMX/LCL data access components are the fastest and most flexible Delphi for Win32, Delphi for Win64, Delphi for .NET, C++Builder, and Lazarus (Free Pascal) data access technologies. DAC products line is designed specifically for development of client-server applications for direct access to Oracle, MS SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL, InterBase, Firebird and Yaffil, SQLite, DB2, Microsoft Access, Advantage Database Server, Adaptive Server Enterprise, and other databases.
dbExpress products are lightweight database drivers for fast access to Oracle, MS SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL, InterBase, Firebird, and SQLite. While Devart dbExpress drivers can be used in the same way as the standard dbExpress drivers supplied by Embarcadero, they possess a number of advantages. Along with advanced stability, functionality, and efficiency they present the most optimal way to access data compared with similar solutions available on the market, and also the ability to connect through native protocol without using client software.
With the release of RAD Studio XE2 and FireMonkey developers can create ultra-rich and visually stunning native VCL-based applications for Windows, Mac and iOS - including 64-bit Windows applications. As Embarcadero's partner, Devart anticipates what users need and facilitates applications development process by means of making its data access solutions up-to-date and compatible with the latest technological advancements:
* Full RAD Studio XE2 Support
Database connectivity solutions with the new RAD Studio XE2 capabilities ensure the most effective development of database applications with the newest IDE.
* Application Development for 32-bit and 64-bit Windows
The previous IDE versions were limited to the 32-bit application development. Now the database connectivity solutions allow to develop advanced applications while employing all the benefits of the 64-bit platform.
* FireMonkey Compatibility
Using the newest FireMonkey application, developers will be able to create cross-platform solutions in a fast and easy way.
Pricing and Availability
VCL Data Access Components are available in Professional and Standard editions. Users can also get Source Access to the implementation of all component classes by purchasing the special Professional Edition with Source Code or Developer Edition with Source Code. With flexible pricing terms, Single license starts at $99.95, and users can always choose the edition that matches their needs best.
New versions of dbExpress drivers for Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, InterBase, PostgreSQL and SQLite are all available in Standard edition and Standard with source code edition. A single license starts at $129.95.
To learn more about Data Access Component and dbExpress Drivers, please visit the Devart website: http://www.devart.com/dac.html and http://www.devart.com/dbx/
Devart is a widely recognized provider of database connectivity solutions and tools for the most popular databases, including MS SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, InterBase, Firebird and SQLite. Since 1998, Devart is focused on the development of native database data access solutions, development and database tools for a wide range of databases and development technologies. Devart solutions provide the fastest data access available on the market and the broadest database support to thousands of industry professionals.
For additional information about Devart, visit http://www.devart.com/company/
Last edited by Devart; October 3rd, 2011 at 09:55 AM.
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