Client/Server Comm Lib for C/C++ 7.0
Client/Server Comm Lib For C/C++ 7.0 Client/Server TC...
Can be used to create both clients and servers.
Supports " one time" passwords for improved security. Data and files can be encrypted and decrypted.
Supports secure and private messaging.
Use with the MarshallSoft AES Library for strong encryption.
Create chat server and clients.
Create client / server file transfer.
Create client programs to talk to TCP servers (POP3, IMAP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP, DNS, etc, ).
Connect to a device such as a relay device, scale device, GPS device or embedded computer device that is controlled by sending commands to its TCP IP address.
Create SMTP proxy programs extracting a copy of all recipient addresses.
Create POP3 proxy programs that filter incoming email for Spam.
Create HTTP proxy used to filter content.
Send and receive data buffers or entire files.
Servers can handle multiple connections concurrently.
Allows multiple servers and clients to run simultaneously.
Specify the maximum number of connections that the server will accept when listening on any one port.
Supports both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows.
Supports both UDP and TCP protocols.
Includes 51 functions and multiple examples to create client server applications.
Free technical support and updates for one year. Royalty free distribution with your compiled application.
Makes calls to Windows API functions only. Can also be used with Delphi, Visual Basic, PowerBASIC, Visual FoxPro, Visual dBase, Xbase++, and COBOL. License covers all programming languages.
Purchase with or without C source code for the DLLs.
Supports most Windows C/C++ compilers (Microsoft [all versions Visual C++, C++ . NET, C#. NET, and Visual Studio], Borland, Watcom, LCC-WIN32, C++ Builder, MinGW, etc. ).
MarshallSoft Client/Server Communications Library for C/C++ Press Release For Immediate Release
MarshallSoft Releases CSC4C 7. 0 - TCP/IP Developer Toolkit for C/C++.
Software developer tool update includes enhancements and bug fixes for communicating over a TCP/IP network.
Huntsville, AL - 11-June-2015 - MarshallSoft Computing has released Version 7. 0 of the Client/Server Communications Library for C/C++ (CSC4C), a Windows based TCP/IP sockets developer toolkit.
CSC4C provides a simple interface to create TCP and UDP client and server programs that can communicate across any TCP/IP network. CSC4C can be used to communicate with other CSC4C programs or to communicate with other TCP servers such as DNS, POP3, SMTP, FTP, HTTP, etc. CSC4C provides the capability to connect to network devices such as relay devices, scale devices, GPS devices or embedded computer devices that are controlled by sending commands to their TCP IP address. CSC4C also supports using session keys for encrypting and decrypting data.
MarshallSoft Computing has been providing robust software toolkits for a global development community for over 22 years. Their products include components for SMTP/POP3 email, personalized email, AES encryption, FTP protocol, serial communications, TCP/IP communications and GPS toolkits. The CSC product line also includes versions for Visual Basic, Xbase++, Delphi, dBASE, PowerBASIC and Visual FoxPro.
What is new in official Client/Server Comm Lib for C/C++ 7.0 software version? - Added functions cscMulticast (receives multicast UDP packets) and cscClientExt (binds to a local IP address); Added additional makefiles (MS, Borland, Watcom, MinGW GCC, LCC, Digital Mars) for example programs. Added Visual Studio 2012 and 2013 project files; bug fix in cscCryptoPutFile. What is expected in the future? Newly-made Client/Server Comm Lib for C/C++ 7.1 be downloaded from current page, we also looking forward to unconfirmed 7.2 release build. You may download csc4c63.zip directly, estimated download time by ISDN or CDMA [~128 kbit/s] is 0:01:38. Just write the reviews of the Client/Server Comm Lib for C/C++. System requirements are 32-bit or 64-bit C/C++/C# compiler. Program has been scanned and verified by the several antivirus and anti-spyware applications and Client/Server Comm Lib for C/C++ found to be clean. No guide or Client/Server Comm Lib for C/C++ tutorial available. The following languages are supported by Client/Server Comm Lib for C/C++: English.