With Easy Compression Library you can add advanced compression and encryption functionality to your projects. Key Features: Advanced compression algorithms, Compression on-the-fly, No DLLs, compiles right into your EXE, Strong encryption
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Absolute Database 7.30 Single file Delphi database with comprehensive SQL support, strong encryption, BLOBs and multiuser mode support. This BDE alternative is fully compatible with standard and third-party db-aware components and reporting engines.
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Description: With Easy Compression Library you can add advanced compression and encryption functionality to your projects as quickly and easily as never before. Based on new original One-Stream technology, this toolkit has everything you need to compress and encrypt files, strings, data packets and even BLOB fields.
Easy Compression Library provides a wide variety of compression algorithms,
so you can obtain high speed as well as high compression ratio that make Easy Compression Library your best choice.
The Easy Compression Library is a cross-platform product. There are three editions of Easy Compression Library:
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