Philippe Makowski wrote on Firebird general list
After the conference , if you want to play with my examples using
Robot Framework to test your Firebird databases, you can get all the
code here :
Have fun !
Seems to work quite nicely
The International Firebird Conference 2012 sessions from Dmitry Yemanov are now available in the official YouTube channel.
Database .NET is an innovative, powerful and intuitive multiple database management tool. It is Free, Portable, All-In-One, Easy to Use and Multlanguage.
Supported Platforms: Windows XP/2003/Vista/2008/7/8/2012 (x86/x64)
This is a major version release and contains a lot of new features and improvements.
- What’s New (2012/10/29)
- Updated to FirebirdSql.Data.FirebirdClient.dll 3.0.0
- Compiled with Visual Studio 2012
- Compatible with Windows 8, 2012 and .NET Framework 4.5
- …and more (Since 7.0).
You’re welcome to download the Database .NET v4 right now at:
We had chosen Firebird for our Gedemin project 10 years ago and don’t regret. Great database and really free.
I’m pleased to announce version 3.0.0 of ADO.NET provider for Firebird and version 3.0.0 of DDEX provider for Firebird.
This version is under development and uses the fdb python-firebird driver .
It’s tested only with django 1.5 master branch, so is possible it could fail with django 1.4.x (but it seems that works)
Given this is still in alpha stage we need that you try it and run the tests and give us feedback if it works for you. Also we need Python 3.x testers.
Update: Django 1.5 Beta is released
SQuirreL SQL Client 3.4.0 is released with many Enhancements and Bug Fixes
It is a database-independent db management and query tool: as long as
there is a JDBC driver for it (eg like Jaybird), you can use it to query
your database, etc. I guess that is the primary reason it is so popular.
And it the top picks for sourceforge Top Growth Projects near the Pascal Compiler