InterBase (and FireBird) Data Access Components (IBDAC) is a library
of components that provides native connectivity to InterBase, Firebird and Yaffil
from Delphi, C++Builder, Lazarus (and Free Pascal) on
Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, Linux, and FreeBSD for both 32-bit and 64-bit
platforms. IBDAC-based applications connect to the server directly using the InterBase
client. IBDAC is designed to help programmers develop faster and cleaner InterBase
IBDAC is a complete replacement for standard InterBase connectivity solutions. It
presents an efficient alternative to InterBase Express Components, the Borland Database
Engine (BDE), and the standard dbExpress driver for access to InterBase.
IBDAC-based DB applications are easy to deploy, do not require installation of other
data provider layers (such as BDE or ODBC), and that's why they can work faster
than the ones based on standard Delphi data connectivity solutions.
By providing access to the most advanced database functionality, IBDAC allows developers
to harness the full capabilities of the InterBase and Firebird servers and optimize
their database applications. IBDAC provides complete support of InterBase and Fiebird
Blobs and Arrays, Unicode character data, and events.
IBDAC is a cross-platform solution for developing applications using various IDEs:
RAD Studio, Delphi, C++Builder, Lazarus (and FPC) on Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, Linux,
and FreeBSD for both x86 and x64 platforms. IBDAC also provides support for the
FireMonkey platform, which allows you to develop visually spectacular high-performance
native applications for Windows and Mac OS X.
We provide various GUI tools that will increase your productivity: dbMonitor allows
monitoring activity of your DB applications, Dataset Manager simplifies DataSet
and DB controls tweaking, and others.
We do actually use SDAC,
MyDAC, IBDAC and ODAC, in some of our software solutions we use even more than two
of them at the same time. I personally think that Devart's DAC libraries for Delphi
were our best buy, and helped us a lot in database applications development.
All our components and libraries are designed to help you write high-performance,
lightweight data access layers, therefore they use advanced data access algorithms
and techniques of optimization.
Our product supports InterBase server versions 5.x up to XE, Firebird 2.x, 1.x and
IBDAC doesn't limit your choice of the development platform. Now you can develop
for 32-bit and 64-bit platforms with Delphi and Lazarus (and FPC).
If you want to make custom correspondence between InterBase and Delphi data types,
you can use a simple and flexible Data Type Mapping engine provided by IBDAC.
Our product is compatible with the latest IDE versions: Embarcadero RAD Studio XE4,
Delphi XE4, C++Builder XE4, Lazarus (and FPC). It is also compatible with the previous
IDE versions since Delphi 5 and C++Builder 5.
Now you can develop not only VCL-based applications in Delphi and LCL-based ones
in Lazarus, but also use the newest FireMonkey application development
Use our freeware dbMonitor tool to monitor
and analyze all the DB calls made by your application using IBDAC. dbMonitor performs
percomponent tracing of SQL statement execution, commits, rollbacks,
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support from cognizant professionals, fast and detailed responses, user engagement
and interaction, frequent builds with bug fixes, and much more.
The new versions of DAC products with support for RAD Studio XE4, iOS and the NEXTGEN compiler!
New Release of Delphi Data Access Components and VirtualTable
RAD Studio XE3 Support in DACs and VirtualTable!
"... We do actually use SDAC, MyDAC, IBDAC and ODAC, in some of our software solutions
we use even more than two of them at the same time. I personally think that Devart's
DAC libraries for Delphi were our best buy, and helped us a lot in database applications
Mr. Davor Tavcar,
Storitve Tavcar in partnerji d.n.o.
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