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Preparing Visual Studio 2015 for Firebird Work

Along with the libraries for working with Firebird, Entity Framework and MVC.NET, you will need a number of JavaScript libraries to support a responsive interface, such as jquery, jquery-ui, Bootstrap, jqGrid. In this example, we have tried to make a web application whose interface is similar to a desktop UI, by employing grids for views and modal windows for data input.

Preparing Visual Studio 2015 for Firebird Work

Some essential steps are needed before you can start working in Visual Studio with Firebird. The preparation process is described in detail in the previous chapter, under the topic Setting Up for Firebird in Visual Studio 2015.

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