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Packet Sender is an open source utility to allow sending and receiving TCP, UDP, and SSL (encrypted TCP) packets. The mainline branch officially supports Windows, Mac, and Desktop Linux (with Qt). Other places may recompile and redistribute Packet Sender. Packet Sender is free and licensed GPL v2 or later. It can be used for both commercial and personal use. Official releases of Packet Sender can be downloaded at PacketSender.com. Some places redistribute Packet Sender.
An blocking socket client for Android applications. The server is designed for beginners affiliated OkSocket library; beginners can install the project of the app to mobile phones, click the Connect button, the server is only familiar with communication methods and analytical way. The server does not support the heart back, not a commercial server. The server code in SocketServerDemo folder, please note that the reference was reading.
Ultra fast and low latency asynchronous socket server & client C# .NET Core library with support TCP, SSL, UDP, HTTP, HTTPS, WebSocket protocols and 10K connections problem solution. Here comes the example of the TCP chat server. It handles multiple TCP client sessions and multicast received message from any session to all ones. Also it is possible to send admin message directly from the server.
Mist is a simple pub/sub based on the idea that messages are tagged. To subscribe, a client simply constructs a list of tags that it is interested in, and all messages that are tagged with all of those tags are sent to that client. A client can not only be a subscriber (with multiple active subscriptions), but also a publisher. Clients will receive messages for any tags they are subscribed, except message publish by themselves.
Ultra fast and low latency asynchronous socket server & client C++ library with support TCP, SSL, UDP, HTTP, HTTPS, WebSocket protocols and 10K connections problem solution. Asio service is used to host all clients/servers based on Asio C++ library. It is implemented based on Asio C++ Library and use a separate thread to perform all asynchronous IO operations and communications.
Hprose is a High Performance Remote Object Service Engine.It is a modern, lightweight, cross-language, cross-platform, object-oriented, high performance, remote dynamic communication middleware. It is not only easy to use, but powerful. You just need a little time to learn, then you can use it to easily construct cross language cross platform distributed application system.
TLDR . Description . Usage . Execution using Docker . Installation . Help . Examples . Extra project information . Why do I want to test TCP connections? . Where does the project name come from? . Authors . Especial thanks to... . Development information . TO-DO . Project structure . README maintenance . Testing locally . See our public docker image and its documentation. The image is being updated continuously; you can bind to specific versions, or to the "latest" tag.
Once the name and chat room is sent to the chat server, the client can then proceed to send string messages via TCP or websockets, the server will route the messages to the appropriate chat room and share them with other clients in the chat room.
If you would like to download the latest build and not have to pull down the source code to build it yourself, you can download them from https://github.com/Microsoft/ctsTraffic/tree/master/Releases/22.214.171.124.
"cAndroid" - Control via Android is tool for controlling PC with android device. This application has created by Sattar Hummatli to provide to the contest "Android Age" which hold by "Hackathon Azerbaijan". Application took third place on competition.
No matter its installed locally or globally, control-freak will create a user workspace at /home/user/.control-freak. First you connect your device, then you build "commands" for your device's functionality and as last you drag those commands on GUI elements like buttons. As last step, you export the whole thing The IDE deploys your scripts to the OSX, Windows, Linux, Raspberry-PI, ARM-6+ or to your preferred web server.