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A native php driver! Brilliant! Now I can finally integrate my Delphi Win32 client with a web interface without dotnet.
Thanks very much; I shall eagerly await all new developments.
Keep it up.
|Tiago Ameller said...||Reply|
This roadmap is very encouraging! A lot of job is done yet, but many features are still undone. EDB will be a very great thing if you make all this list.
|Steve Gill said...||Reply|
I agree, a native PHP driver is great news!
|Mauro Botta said...||Reply|
Which are the difference between native PHP driver and EDB-ODBC driver , for PHP developers / users... ?
|Tim Young [Elevate Software] said...||Reply|
Mauro, the native PHP driver will be a native PHP extension and not rely on the ODBC bridge extension in PHP. The great part is that the engine will be compiled directly into the PHP driver, so for a ~2MB DLL, you'll get a complete multi-user database engine that can be used to drive any web site, either with or without the ElevateDB Server.