The X DevAPI is the new common API for MySQL Connectors built on the X Protocol introduced in MySQL 5.7.12.

The X DevAPI wraps powerful concepts in a simple API.
* A new high-level session concept enables you to write code that can transparently scale from single MySQL Server to a multiple server environment.
* Read operations are simple and easy to understand.

The X DevAPI introduces a new, modern and easy-to-learn way to work with your data.
* Documents are stored in Collections and have their dedicated CRUD operation set.
* Work with your existing domain objects or generate code based on structure definitions for strictly typed languages.
* Focus is put on working with data via CRUD operations. See Section 3.1, “CRUD Operations Overview”.
* Modern practices and syntax styles are used to get away from traditional SQL-String-Building. See Chapter 10, Building Expressions.

License: PHP

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8.0.26 2021-07-19 mysql_xdevapi-8.0.26.tgz
8.0.25 2021-05-06 mysql_xdevapi-8.0.25.tgz
8.0.24 2021-04-23 mysql_xdevapi-8.0.24.tgz
8.0.23 2020-12-16 mysql_xdevapi-8.0.23.tgz
8.0.22 2020-10-02 mysql_xdevapi-8.0.22.tgz
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8.0.26 Release
8.0.25 Release
8.0.24 Release
8.0.23 WL#14014: XProtocol: Support connection close notification
WL#14228: Replace language in APIs and source code/docs
orabug #30134451: mysqlndx replace raw zval with improved zvalue where possible
orabug #31589457: change default engine from MyISAM to InnoDB
8.0.22 WL#14012: XProtocol -- support for configurable compression algorithms
orabug #31364076: mysqlndx switch from C++14 to C++17, and all related
orabug #31414039: mysqlndx apply std::string_view, remove MYSQLND_CSTRING
orabug #30084547: improve zval wrapper
orabug #31678047: prepared statements tests fail with the newest server
orabug #31958145: some secure connection / TLS tests fail on el8-x86-64bit
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