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April 04, 2019
If you need to convert a very big Firebird 2.5 database to 3.0, or many databases during the short period of time (for example, overnight or during the weekend), you will definitely find useful this article: it describes how to speed up the backup-restore process by 25-30% with the streamed backup-restore process.
Please read Fast conversion of Firebird 2.5 databases to Firebird 3.0.
April 01, 2019
Jiri Cincura announces the Release of ADO.NET provider for Firebird.

This release fills all the holes in the Entity Framework Core support. Now Migrations are fully supported and query pipeline has been massively improved. Just to give you an idea, about 4100 tests were added. If you want to use Entity Framework Core with Firebird, now is the time.

Overview of all the changes can be found in tracker.

You can download them in the ".NET Provider" section of Downloads. Enjoy!
March 15, 2019
We are pleased to announce the first tangible results of Firebird Butler Project - Saturnin SDK milestone 1 release (v0.2). Available in both saturnin-sdk GIT repository and PyPI (saturnin-sdk and saturnin-sdk-examples distributions).

Milestone 1 provides basic infrastructure for creating classic services and clients (for running in separate threads or processes). FBSP implementation is at the current specification level (only without direct support for SVC_ABILITIES). So far, the developer documentation is only in the form of very carefully commented source codes.

This release also includes a command-line tool for running and testing services, and two sample services with clients and tests (ECHO and ROMAN).
January 31, 2019
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