Digital Logikk AS
Company Homepage: http://www.time2help.com
Create high-performance mobile and desktop applications using native connectivity solutions.
- MongoDB provider added. Now you can access MongoDB databases
- Support for all major IDE versions up to the latest - RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo, Lazarus 1.6.4, Free Pascal 3.0.2
- Access to Oracle, MySQL, SQL Server, PostgreSQL, SQLite, Firebird, InterBase, DB2, DBF, Microsoft Access, NexusDB, Sybase Advantage Database Server, SAP Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise databases
- Direct access to SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, DBF, NexusDB and Adaptive Server Enterprise databases avoiding database client libraries
- Purely cross-platform solution which is available for various IDEs: RAD Studio, Delphi, C++Builder, Lazarus (and FPC) on Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, Android, Linux, and FreeBSD, for both x86 and x64 platforms
- Free versions available
Total 1 product
DescriptionTime2HELP is a tool for writing and maintaining source code documentation. Documentation can be separated from the code and stored as XML text files. You only have to "fill in the blanks" using a powerful editor. Time2HELP extracts "JavaDoc style" comments and symbol declarations from the source code. Supports the same syntax as Sun's JavaDoc tool, as well as an extended set of tags. Time2HELP automatically compiles in-source and external documentation into different output formats: WinHelp, MS HTML Help, Plain HTML and XML. Time2HELP makes sure the structure of your documentation always stays in synch with your code. You can also integrate the generated help files with Delphi's own, enabling you to press 'F1' on your classes and their properties in the editor to instantly get help on what's under the cursor.
- Status: Evaluation (time-limit)
- Source: None
- price: $229
- Size: 3 658kB
Platforms: C2k6, CB1, CB3, CB4, CB5, CB6, D1, D2, D2005, D2006, D3, D4, D5, D6, D7
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