By: Tim DelChiaro
Abstract: Introducing FireDAC - Delphi and C++Builder Universal Data Connectivity
Get simple, fast, powerful and flexible data access with FireDAC, a new Universal Data Access library for developing applications for multiple devices, connected to enterprise databases. With its powerful universal architecture, FireDAC enables native high-speed direct access from Delphi and C++Builder to SAP, Teradata, AS/400, Berkeley DB, SQL Azure, Advantage Database, InterBase, SQLite, MySQL, SQL Server, Oracle, PostgreSQL, DB2, SQL Anywhere, Firebird, Access, Informix, and more.
Get FireDAC free when you buy an Enterprise, Ultimate or Architect edition of Delphi, C++Builder or RAD Studio XE3!
Contact an Embarcadero product specialist at 1-888-233-2224 (US/Canada) or click to contact by email or buy from the Embarcadero Online Store. Bonus: For a limited time you can get Architect edition at the Enterprise price with extra data modeling tools and FireDAC free! (up to $1,899 value)
Get the FireDAC Client/Server Add-On Pack at a special price when you buy a Professional edition of Delphi, C++Builder or RAD Studio XE3
Purchase a Delphi, C++Builder or RAD Studio XE3 Professional edition and add the FireDAC Client/Server Pack. Click here for pricing and to buy from the Embarcadero online store. Bonus: Get the HTML5 Builder web and mobile development tool free with your Pro edition purchase! ($299 value)
Top Reasons to move to Delphi, C++Builder or RAD Studio XE3 with FireDAC
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Thank you for your interest. We hope you enjoy exploring FireDAC and we look forward to hearing about what you create with FireDAC, Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio.
If purchasing XE3 Enterprise, Ultimate or Architect editions, register your new XE3 product and then click here to download FireDAC at no cost. Offers end March 31, 2013.
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