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
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By David Husch.Freeware + source 31 Dec 1995
DescriptionTErrLogWnd is a non-modal form that lists errors, events, and activities. It is useful if you wish to present the user with a list of errors, or you want to tell the user about an error without showing a modal MessageBox.
- Status: Fully functional
- Source: Included
- Size: 2kB
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