Modern, powerful open source C++ class libraries and frameworks for building
network- and internet-based applications that run on desktop, server, mobile and embedded systems.
| Hot News
Introducing my-devices.net. A cloud service built with POCO
my-devices.net provides secure cloud-based remote access for the Internet of Things.
Built with POCO, of course.
Meet Us At ESE Kongress 2013
Applied Informatics will be exhibiting at the Embedded Software Engineering Congress
in Sindelfingen, Germany, from December 3 to 8.
Looking forward to meeting you there.
Development Release 1.5.2 Available
See the CHANGELOG for what's new.
Available on the download page or
Maintenance Release 1.4.6p2 Available
This release contains bugfixes and minor improvements. Upgrading is recommended for all users of 1.4.6.
See the CHANGELOG for the details.
Available on the download page
or from GitHub.
Applied Informatics C++ Libraries and Tools Release 2013.2
The C++ Libraries and Tools from Applied Informatics
are based on the POCO C++ Libraries and add additional features such as Remoting for RPC/IPC, SOAP/WSDL and JSON-RPC web services,
Open Service Platform for building modular, extensible applications, DNSSD/Zeroconf, Universal Plug and Play, Fast Infoset processing
or secure remote access to smart devices.
Release 2013.2 is based based on the latest POCO C++ Libraries stable release 1.4.6p2 and introduces new
features such as JSON-RPC support in Remoting NG, a WebSocket based
publish-subscribe mechanism in OSP and support for processing UPnP XML service descriptions at runtime.
A free evaluation version is available for download.
|What Are Developers Saying About It?
"OSP along with POCO provided us the desired flexibility we needed in our solution. [...]
We could reduce our project turnaround time by 50 %."
Suvajit Sengupta, Lumiplan
"The breadth of the POCO libraries is astounding and I doubt we actually fully appreciate how much work the libraries saved us."
Chris Steinbeck, Thales Australia
"We have been using the POCO toolkit in our latest generation high speed genome sequencer.
I can't tell you how pleased I am with the work you've been doing. Thank you for giving me my weekends back!"
Jesse Keller, 454 Life Sciences
"We're using POCO in a product we're developing, and we're extremely pleased with it. It's one of the richest and best written
libraries that I've encountered, and its portability saved us a ton of work."
Loris Degioanni, Riverbed
"If you work in C++ and didn't hear about POCO, you are missing out on one of the most outstanding and important C++ libraries in years."
"The richness of the content, the clarity of the code, and the quality of the documentation prompted us to use POCO as one of our foundational 3rd-party libraries."
Sorin Voicu-Comendant, T-System
"I just wanted to say that I am hugely impressed by the breadth of functionality offered by POCO and the overall excellent
quality of the implementation code, samples, and documentation. It has been a real pleasure developing my application."
"This library is quite refreshing and a joy to use. Laid out very well, the documentation is consistent as the code base and functional in all the ways
that C++ traditionally lacks. Many thanks go out to all the contributors of this library."
"C++ now has batteries included."
|Who Is Using POCO?
||Companies like 454 Life Sciences, HP, Lumiplan, Riverbed, Schneider Electric, Thales and Voltwerk Electronics;
open source projects like GLUEscript, MITK, openFrameworks, Open Game Engine and Ogre.
|Who Is Behind It?
||The POCO C++ Libraries were created by Günter Obiltschnig in 2004 and have since been extended by
enthusiastic C++ developers from all over the world.
Funding is provided by Applied Informatics and sponsors.
The POCO C++ Libraries are released under the Boost Software License.
Copyright © 2006-2013 by Applied Informatics Software Engineering GmbH