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New Versions of DAC Products with Support for RAD Studio XE6 Released

Devart May 8, 2014 User blog:Devart

Devart Team is glad to present the new versions of Delphi Data Access Components, the fastest and most reliable database connectivity solutions, that provide new significant features.

Devart Data Access Components are feature-rich and high-performance libraries of components for developing cross-platform client/server applications for such databases as Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, InterBase, Firebird, PostgreSQL, SQLite, Microsoft Access, DB2, DBF, Sybase, and others, in various IDEs.

The new versions of DACs include the following features:

RAD Studio XE6 support

The newest RAD Studio XE6 support gives our users opportunity to develop their applications using the cutting-edge IDE for all the supported target-platforms: Win32, Win64, Mac OS, iOS, and Android.

IDE Compatibility

The capability to establish connection to the most popular databases from Android applications developed with C++Builder XE6. From now, only using Devart Delphi Data Access Components in C++Builder XE6 developers will always have an unrivalled opportunity to establish Direct Connection and get the fastest data access from Android platform to such databases as:

  • SQLite

  • Oracle

  • MySQL

  • PostgreSQL

  • InterBase

The latest versions of Delphi Data Access Components provide support for Lazarus' 1.2.2' and Free Pascal 2.6.4.

SmartFetch mode is added

For all descendants of TDataSet, the SmartFetch mode is added in DAC products. This mode is used for fast navigation through huge amounts of records and minimization of memory consumption. Even if developer has more than a million records in the DataSet, now it is possible to move immediately to the middle or to the end of the DataSet.

SQL Server data provider

The new versions of UniDAC and SDAC provide support for Microsoft SQL Server 2014.

Many other features are added, users can find more detailed description on the product pages.

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