EntityDAC 2.3. was released this week with support for the Android 64-bit platform, fully-functional trial version for macOS and Linux, and the latest fixes and improvements.
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, which allows developers to build 64-bit applications from a single Delphi codebase. 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 applications.
Note that that starting August 1, 2019, your apps published on Google Play need to support Android devices with 64-bit architectures. All publishers are required to provide 64-bit versions in addition to 32-bit versions in Google Play.
The trial editions of EntityDAC for macOS and Linux are now fully functional: we removed the limitation on the number of ORM metatypes that you can create with the trial version of EntityDAC on these platforms.
EntityDAC is a Delphi ORM framework for fast object-relational mapping of database objects to Delphi classes using LINQ.
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