Network Programming Gear for Windows
|License:||Free to try|
|Last updated:||1 Aug. 2010|
|File size:||359 KB|
Publisher description for Network Programming Gear for Windows
Using Network Programming Gear, easily and automatically build tcp-based or udp-based network protocol source code for client/server sides. pure platform independent c source code to make sure highly performance and windows,linux and unix platform are all supported.auto protocol struct diagram to help protocol design.platform independent c source code and platform independent network programming library to support all fix or variant length binary protocol and TLV is supported too.experience now! Using Network Programming Gear, you will find that network programming suddenly become very easy and comfortable. What you need to do is just give the fields in your protocol, Network Programming Gear will generate all head files and source code files for you. It even can generate demo source code, give you a tutorial how to use the generated protocol api. You can directly compile and run your demo to check and testify your protocol. Pure platform independent c source code to make sure your protocol can compile and run under Windows, Linux and Unix platform. Network Programming Gear even provide a platform independent network programming library. Those clean, beautiful source code guaranty the highly network communication performance. Network Programming Gear can directly compile the generate source code to be dll or static library. At the same time, it even can generate a makefile if your protocol is designed for linux or unix platform. Network Programming Gear and it's generated protocol struct diagram can help you design your protocol, those functions are a grate helper to design a good network communication protocol, no matter fix length binary protocol or variant length binary protocol. Those functions together, you will find network programming, debug network protocol, tunel network communication protocol performance are not problems any more when using Network Programming Gear.