Alex Denisov

Author Homepage: http://g32.org

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EntityDAC is an innovative Delphi ORM component designed to speedup and simplify development of high-performance database applications.

  • Powerful framework that allows to create database applications easily and without pain
  • Allows to create and edit ORM models visually, without typing a line of XML code
  • Supports LINQ, which significantly accelerates development and simplifies writing queries
  • Supports all major RAD Studio versions up to the latest - RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin
  • Free versions available
  • Detailed documentation and fast technical support from developers
Author Products

Total 4 products

Graphics32 v.1.9.1

Components > Graphics > Packs

By Alex Denisov.

Freeware + source 12 Aug 2015

Description

Graphics32 is a graphics library for Delphi and Kylix/CLX. Optimized for 32-bit pixel formats, it provides fast operations with pixels and graphic primitives. In most cases Graphics32 considerably outperforms the standard TBitmap/TCanvas methods.

Informations

  • Status: Fully functional
  • Source: Included
  • Size: 2 182kB

Platforms: CB5, CB6, D2005, D2006, D2007, D2009, D2010, D5, D6, D7

Graphics32 Linux Edition v.1.8.3

Kylix > Components > Graphics

By Alex Denisov.

Freeware + source 01 Sep 2009

Description

Graphics32 is a graphics library for Delphi and Kylix/CLX. Optimized for 32-bit pixel formats, it provides fast operations with pixels and graphic primitives. In most cases Graphics32 considerably outperforms the standard TBitmap/TCanvas methods.

Informations

  • Status: Fully functional
  • Source: Included
  • Size: 2 490kB

Platforms: KLX1, KLX2, KLX3

TBX v.2.2 Alpha

Components > Bars and Status Bars > Tool Bars

By Alex Denisov.

Freeware + source 02 Jul 2006

Description

TBX package is an extension for Toolbar2000 components.

In addition to Toolbar2000 features TBX provides:

  • Support for native and Windows XP themes for all components;
  • Customizable layout for toolbar items;
  • Variation of font sizes;
  • Multi-line captions;
  • Combo and list boxes embedded in menus or toolbars;
  • Color selectors;
  • Toolbars;
  • Dockable panels (similar to task bars in Office XP);
  • Page scrollers;
  • as well as many other features.

Informations

  • Status: Fully functional
  • Source: Included
  • Exe demo: included
  • Size: 1 912kB

Platforms: CB5, CB6, D2005, D6, D7

TRuler v.0.9

Components > Sizers, Scrollers, etc. > Rulers

By Alex Denisov.

Freeware + source 01 Jun 1998

Description

Rollable ruler with ability to change scale, number orientation, number font, tick size and orientation, etc.

Informations

  • Status: Fully functional
  • Source: Included
  • Size: 10kB

Platforms: D3

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