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RomWebClient  (362)
Toolkit to support HTML file access for embedded device

Product Highlights

• Leverages HTTP to offer virtual file access to embedded devices
• Compact and efficient

Product Description

The RomWebClient toolkits, offered in Standard, Advanced and Secure editions, are a range of embedded HTTP 1.0/1.1 client implementations that provide devices the ability to send and retrieve objects from any Web server using the HTTP protocol. The toolkits enable networked devices to download configuration files, retrieve software updates, retrieve "print-by-reference" documents or send status notifications. RomWebClient also enables devices to initiate XML-based request/response protocols such as the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), a vendor-independent initiative supported by many computer manufacturers. The RomWebClient toolkits can send and receive HTTP objects in any format indicated using a MIME type definition. The RomWebClient toolkits include MIME definitions for all standard MIME object types, as well as allowing use of nonstandard MIME types if required. The HTTP objects are sent to and from internal memory buffers or, optionally any available file system.

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http://www.allegrosoft.com/romwebclient.html


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