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Jordan Sanders posted a topic in Delphi Third-PartyDevart, the leading provider of database management software, connectivity solutions and developer tools, rolled out new versions of Delphi Data Access Components to keep assisting software engineers in developing fast native applications. The key feature of the recently updated products is support for the newly released RAD Studio 10.4 Sydney. The release also includes such key enhancements as: support for macOS 64-bit in the latest version 2.0.8 of Lazarus; support for the Pipe, Secure Pipe, and Secure TCP protocols in NexusDB; support for the Line geometric type in PgDAC; a new option AllFieldsAsNullable in DBF. Devart Delphi Data Access Components are the libraries of components for Delphi developers that provide direct access to multiple databases, and allow developing multi-platform applications in Embarcadero RAD Studio, Delphi, C++Builder, Lazarus, and Free Pascal on Windows, Linux, macOS, iOS, and Android, for both 32-bit and 64-bit platforms. To read the news on the vendor’s official blog, please visit https://blog.devart.com/delphi-data-access-components-with-support-for-rad-studio-10-4.html About Devart Devart is one of the leading developers of database tools and administration software, ALM solutions, data providers for various database servers, data integration and backup solutions. The company also implements Web and Mobile development projects. For additional information about Devart, visit https://www.devart.com/.
Jordan Sanders posted a topic in Delphi Third-PartyDevart, the leading provider of database management software, connectivity solutions and developer tools, released the new version of EntityDAC 2.3, a Delphi ORM framework for fast object-relational mapping of database objects to Delphi classes using LINQ. The key update in this release is support for 64-bit Android app development, following the release of RAD Studio 10.3.3 that includes a new Delphi compiler for the ARM platform. In RAD Studio 10.3.3, you can build Google Play Store ready Android 64-bit applications, complete with Android App Bundle Support — the official publishing format for Android apps. The new version of EntityDAC will come in handy since, starting August 1, 2019, apps published on Google Play need to support Android devices with 64-bit architectures, which means publishers are required to provide 64-bit versions in addition to 32-bit versions. The trial editions of EntityDAC for macOS and Linux are fully functional: the vendor removed the limitation on the number of ORM metatypes that users can create with the trial version of EntityDAC on these platforms. To learn more about the recent release, visit — https://blog.devart.com/entitydac-now-supports-android-64-bit.html. About Devart Devart is one of the leading developers of database tools and administration software, ALM solutions, data providers for various database servers, data integration and backup solutions. The company also implements Web and Mobile development projects. For additional information about Devart, visit https://www.devart.com/
This is posted on QR if you want to vote I'm new to the whole pascal thing compared to your customers (I'm only two year old), and I'm using Delphi community edition 10.2.3 for my current development. I just spent more than 6 hours reading posts and topics about the quality of the IDE and how there are many bugs in it (flagging inline variables as error is funny though) and how it is lacking a lot of quality features that are now a days something for granted. I'm being honest here and I would like to say that the first two things I did after those 6 hours was: 1) look for Delphi alternatives (I found few of them that show promise c# and c++ the vs version) 2) come to propose an Idea here. This is mainly coming from love to the Delphi language and its power, but lets be forward here and say that there is no way I'm going to stick around for as long as those guys in stackOverflow did (some of them 20 years!!!!) with an IDE like the current one. So at the end I would like to propose an Idea that could help a bit, Why not fork the VSCode editor and add the basic form designer to it, it is already supporting Delphi through OminiPascal extension and it could even use syntax highlighters and more features that come out of the box that are not in the Delphi IDE for now. It could support every lacking part from the IDE and it is open sourced so you could get some help from other developers on it. I'm only looking for an answer that could heal the hole in my hart for now. Best regards Nasreddine.