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Merry Christmas!

Filed under: Events by guenter at 10:26

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2015!

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Stable Release 1.6.0 Available!

Filed under: News by guenter at 11:11

Release 1.6.0 is the culmination of the work done on GitHub over the last two years, including five development releases. It includes major new features from new contributors, like the JSON and MongoDB libraries, much improved Data library, CMake support, as well as numerous other new features and fixes. A big Thank You to everyone who contributed to this release.

Release 1.4.7p1 Available

Filed under: News by guenter at 19:51

Release 1.4.7p1 fixes a few issues in 1.4.7 and earlier releases. Most important, the Visual C++ project files for Visual C++ 2010 and later have optimization enabled in release builds. Previous builds had optimization disabled due to a bug in Visual Studio when upgrading 2008 project files with custom optimization settings.
There’s a new feature as well – HTTPClientSession now supports a global proxy setting, which will be used by all instances of HTTP(S)ClientSession, including HTTP(S)StreamOpener.
For more information about the release, please see the CHANGELOG.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Peter Gabriel Live and POCO?

Filed under: Uncategorized by guenter at 12:25

Yesterday I saw Peter Gabriel’s Back to Front live show in Graz, Austria. Apart from it being an excellent show, there is a little connection to the POCO C++ Libraries in there as well. A big part of the show are the visual effects, including live video, which for some effects is heavliy processed. A little digging around the net reveals that these effects were done with openFrameworks. And for some time now, POCO has been a part of openFrameworks. I don’t know if any parts of POCO were directly involved here, but the connection is nevertheless cool.

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Stable Release 1.4.7 and Development Release 1.5.4 Available

Filed under: News by guenter at 19:20

Release 1.4.7 is the final release of the 1.4 series and contains bugfixes and a few new features. Development release 1.5.4 should also be the final release of the 1.5 series, before 1.5 “graduates” to stable 1.6. As usual, available on the download page or directly from GitHub.

Development Release 1.5.3 Available

Filed under: News by guenter at 10:49

Development Release 1.5.3 is now available for download.

Release highlights:

New Libraries:

  • SevenZip

New Classes:

  • Poco::Clock
  • Poco::Net::NTPClient

New major features:

  • Windows PowerShell build script

New Platforms supported:

  • SmartOS
  • Windows Embedded Compact 2013

and many more bugfixes and improvements; see the CHANGELOG for details. Available on the download page or from GitHub.

POCO 1.5.3 Release Candidate 1 Available

Filed under: Development,News by alex at 05:06

Release Candidate 1 of POCO 1.5.3 has been tagged on the GitHub. Release 1.5.3 is scheduled for June 30 2014.

See POCO in Action at Embedded World

Filed under: News by guenter at 14:31

I’m having a lot of fun at Embedded World 2014, showing our new IoT Plaform based (of course) on POCO.
Thanks to everyon who’s already visited. Really enjoyed the chats. If you’re in N├╝rnberg, come to hall 4, booth 470h.

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Merry Christmas

Filed under: Events by guenter at 13:17

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2014!

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Building a Cloud Service With POCO: my-devices.net

Filed under: News by guenter at 22:55

Applied Informatics has just released a new and much improved version of my-devices.net, along with a completely new website. my-devices.net is cloud-ready service providing secure remote access to embedded devices and intelligent systems via HTTP(S) or other TCP-based protocols. With my-devices.net, any network-connected device running the my-devices.net connector software can be securely accessed remotely over the internet from browsers, mobile apps, desktop, server or cloud applications using HTTP(S) or TCP-based protocols. This even works if the device is behind a NAT router, firewall or proxy server. The device becomes just another host on the internet, addressable via its own URL and protected by the my-devices.net server against unauthorized or malicious access.

The server application and the software that connects the device to the server are based on POCO, of course. See our blog post at the Applied Informatics Blog or go directly to my-devices.net for more information.

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