October 2014 Archives
The 7.0 release of The Server Framework, which is likely to be released early next year, will no longer support Visual Studio 2005 or Visual Studio 2008.
The 6.6.x releases will be the last to support these compilers.
Please get in touch immediately if this will be a problem for you.
The 7.0 release of The Server Framework, which is likely to be released early next year, will no longer support Windows XP or Windows Server 2003.
The 6.6.x releases will be the last to support these operating systems. Release 6.6.3, is due shortly and is a minor bug fixing release. We may release subsequent 6.6.x bug fix releases but no new development will occur on the 6.6 branch.
Removal of support for these operating systems allows us to clean up the code considerably and to remove lots of code that's required purely to work around 'interesting' twists in various Windows APIs pre-Vista.
We have a new Option Pack, The Streaming Media Option Pack. This allows you to easily add streaming of H.264 and MPEG audio and video to your clients and servers using RTSP, RTP and RTCP.
With more and more Internet Of Things devices supporting rich media streaming for remote monitoring it's becoming essential to have the ability to manage these media streams within your device management servers and clients. Whether it's recording device streams for later analysis or arbitrating between multiple clients and devices, manipulating streaming media is becoming more and more important.
As always, this Option Pack integrates seamlessly with The Server Framework's Core Framework and other options and allows you to quickly and easily add rich media support.