Press Release Summary:
With Client/Server Communications Library v4.0, users can create server and client programs that can communicate with each other across any TCP/IP network. Fully thread-safe program supports one-time passwords, can send and receive data buffers or entire files, and can be used from GUI mode or console mode programs. It can be purchased with or without C source code for DLL and can be used with any language that can call Windows API.
Original Press Release:
Version 4.0 of the "Client/Server Communications Libarry" released.
The MarshallSoft Client / Server Communications Library (CSC) is a communication component DLL library used to create server and client programs that can communicate with each other across any TCP/IP network such as the Internet.
Features of CSC include:
- Can be used to create both clients and servers.
- Supports "one time" passwords for improved security.
- Can send and receive data buffers or entire files.
- Servers can handle multiple connections concurrently.
- Free technical support and updates for one year.
- Royalty free distribution with your compiled application.
- Evaluation versions are fully functional. No unlock code is required.
- Can be used from GUI mode or console mode programs.
- Is fully thread safe.
- Supports Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/Vista.
- Works with Microsoft Visual C/C++ (4.0, 5.0, 6.0, VC .NET, and C# .NET).
- Works with Borland C/C++ (5.0, 5.5, and Borland C++ Builder [all versions]).
- Also works with Microsoft Foundation Class, Watcom 11 and LCC-WIN32.
- Does not depend on support libraries. Makes calls to Windows API functions only.
- Can be used with any language that can call the Windows API.
- Can be purchased with (or without) C source code for the DLL.
CSC4C can be used in the development of Win32 applications running under Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/Vista. The evaluation version of CSC4C is fully functional. Registration is $105 for email delivery and includes one year free updates. Source code (written in C) is available for $195.