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ODBC Driver for Dynamics 365: macOS and Linux Versions Released

We are pleased to announce the release of macOS and Linux for the Dynamics 365 ODBC driver — a high-performance connectivity tool with enterprise-level features for accessing Dynamics 365 from ODBC-compliant reporting, analytics, BI, and ETL tools.

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Best MySQL GUI Clients for Linux in 2022

Linux has a reputation as an operating system for programmers. So, if you are a software developer who designs MySQL-based solutions, chances are high that you will do it on Linux. Thus, it would be great to have a MySQL IDE for Linux to simplify the work. But the question arises: is there an appropriate Linux DB tool for MySQL with a GUI?

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Devart ODBC Driver for Stripe: Data Source Name Configuration and Stripe Access from PHP, Python, and Power BI

In this article, we will discuss how to configure a DSN and connect to Stripe from Python, PHP, and Power BI using the ODBC driver for Stripe.

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ODBC Driver for BigCommerce: macOS and Linux Versions Released

We are pleased to announce the release of macOS and Linux support for the BigCommerce ODBC driver — a high-performance connectivity tool with enterprise-level features for accessing BigCommeerce from ODBC-compliant reporting, analytics, BI, and ETL tools.

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Cross-Compiling in Lazarus on Linux Using UniDAC as an Example

The topic of cross-compiling projects in Lazarus on Linux systems has been repeatedly raised by our users. Therefore, in this article, we want to examine in detail the features of cross-compilation in Lazarus and show how to create a simple application using UniDAC and compile it for a Windows platform in a Linux environment.

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Installing and Configuring an ODBC Driver on Linux (DEB / RPM)

This article explains how to install, configure, and test Devart ODBC drivers on Debian-based or RPM-based Linux distributions.

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Fast and Simple Database App Development and Deployment to Linux in RAD Studio

The Devart company released UniDAC with support for Linux 64-bit platform. UniDAC makes application development and maintenance easier and simpler because the use of the Direct mode in a custom application does not require the installation of client libraries, additional drivers, etc. This helps to avoid the overhead when accessing a DBMS, hence increasing performance.

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dbForge Studio for MySQL on Linux Operating Systems

Despite the fact that the dbForge database tools were developed only for Windows platforms, our active users (thanks to Tsvetkov) have found a way to use some features of dbForge Studio for MySql on Linux family operating systems.

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