Dec 28 2013, 5:55am CST | by PR.com
Prague, Czech Republic, December 28, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Devart team proudly announces the new version of Delphi Data Access Components. SQLite Static Linking for Win64, OCI and Direct connections in the same Oracle application, and more features are added.
The new version includes the following features:
1. Development in C++Builder XE5 for iOS. From now on developers can use Devart Data Access Components for iOS moblie application development in both Delphi and C++Builder.
2. SQLite Static Linking for Win64 support is added. LiteDAC- and UniDAC-based applications working with SQLite on Win64 no longer require deployment of the SQLite library along with the application. Furthermore, when developing on Win64, as well as Win32 all the SQLite database encryption capabilities are available with all the supported algorithms: TripleDES, Blowfish, AES128, AES192, AES256, Cast128, and RC4.
3. The possibility to establish OCI and Direct connections to Oracle from the same application is added to ODAC and UniDAC.
Pricing and Availability
The price for a Single license starts from $99.95. The full pricing policy can be found at the purchase page. http://www.devart.com/dac.html
Users are always welcome to join Devart forum to leave their comments and take part in discussions regarding Devart software products, find answers to technical questions and other valuable information about products developed by Devart company.
Devart is a recognized vendor of database connectivity solutions for Microsoft .NET and Embarcadero Delphi development platforms as well as database development and management software.
Company's solutions support such databases as Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL, InterBase, Firebird, and SQLite.
Along with database oriented software Devart offers productivity tools for Visual Studio which help developers to be empowered, stay focused, and deliver their best all the time.
For additional information about Devart, visit http://www.devart.com/.
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