dbExpress driver development team has released updated versions of data access drivers with support for macOS 64-bit and Linux 64-bit. This release addresses potential challenges that developers of 32-bit database applications may face when Apple ends support for 32-bit applications in macOS 10.15.
If your app users are planning to upgrade their Mac operating system to the newest version in the fall of 2019, the new dbExpress drivers could be of particular benefit to you.
Another new feature is support for Linux 64-bit in our drivers: you can now compile your Delphi apps powered by dbExpress data access technology using the Embarcadero compiler for the Linux platform.
Devart dbExpress Driver is a lightweight, cross-platform interface for accessing data from SQL database servers such as Interbase, Oracle, or MySQL in Delphi and C++ applications. The key benefits of Devart dbExpress technology are direct access to database servers using native libraries, data type mapping between database and Delphi data types, and cross-platformity.
You are welcome to visit dbExpress driver download page to evaluate the new version for free. Please note that Release 2 is now required to work with Devart dbExpress drivers in RAD Studio 10.3, Delphi 10.3 Rio, and C++ Builder 10.3 Rio.
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