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mORMot : Synopse mORMot is an Open Source Client-Server ORM SOA MVC framework for FPC, targeting Win/Linux for the server, and any platform for clients (including mobile or AJAX). In other words, nobody knows what it is supposed to be but a heap of gibberish.
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Object-role modeling (ORM) is used to model the semantics of a universe of discourse. ORM is often used for data modeling and software engineering.  
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mORMot : Synopse mORMot is an Open Source Client-Server ORM SOA MVC framework for FPC, targeting Win/Linux for the server, and any platform for clients (including mobile or AJAX).
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Object-relational modeling (ORM) is used to model the semantics of a universe of discourse. ORM is often used for data modeling and software engineering.  
  
 
ORM = Outsourcing relationship management (ORM)  
 
ORM = Outsourcing relationship management (ORM)  

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mORMot : Synopse mORMot is an Open Source Client-Server ORM SOA MVC framework for FPC, targeting Win/Linux for the server, and any platform for clients (including mobile or AJAX).

Object-relational modeling (ORM) is used to model the semantics of a universe of discourse. ORM is often used for data modeling and software engineering.

ORM = Outsourcing relationship management (ORM)

object-relational mapping (ORM)

SOA = Structure of arrays, a method of arranging records in memory , or either of:

  • Service-oriented architecture, a set of principles and methodologies for designing and developing software in the form of interoperable services
  • Start of Authority, an important record type in the Domain Name System
  • Statement of Applicability, a mandatory document for implementing an Information security management system (ISMS) with the methodology of ISO/IEC 27001

Model-view-controller (MVC) is a software architectural pattern for implementing user interfaces on computers.

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