Welcome to IPWorks, a comprehensive developer suite of Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)-enabled components that simplifies the process of adding secure internet connectivity to any application, on any platform. The 40-plus enterprise-class components facilitate tasks, such as ensuring security, sending e-mails, transferring files, managing networks, browsing the web, consuming web services, and more.
|The Atom Component is used to retrieve, parse, and update Atom content.
|The CalDAV Component implements an easy-to-use interface to the Calendaring Extensions to the Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning protocol (WebDAV). In this manner the CalDAV protocol specifies a standard way of accessing, managing, and sharing calendaring and scheduling information based on the iCalendar format.
|The CertMgr component is used to create, read, and manage certificates.
|The DNS component is used to query DNS for record information.
|The FileMailer Component is used to send emails with file attachments.
|The FTP Component can be used to transfer files to and from FTP servers using the FTP protocol.
|The GRPC component is designed to send and receive messages over gRPC. The component can be used to both create messages to send as well as read incoming messages.
|The HTMLMailer Component is used to send HTML emails, including embedded images.
|The HTTP Component can be used to retrieve documents from the World Wide Web.
|The ICMP component is used to facilitate ICMP communications. It can act both as a client and a server and can communicate with any number of hosts simultaneously. It also can generate and receive broadcast packets.
|The IMAP Component is used to communicate with IMAP servers using the Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP).
|The IPInfo component is used to resolve host names to host addresses and vice versa using an asynchronous DNS. The component provides access to other Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)/IP database functions as well.
|The IPMonitor component is used to listen to network traffic.
|The JSON component can be used to parse and write JSON documents.
|The Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) Component is used to search, manage, and maintain internet directory servers.
|The MCast component is used to multicast User Datagram Protocol (UDP) datagrams to multicast-capable hosts in multicast-capable subnets. It can act both as a client and a server and can communicate with any number of hosts simultaneously, as well as generate and receive broadcast packets.
|The MIME component allows for the simple encoding and decoding of MIME structures, such as message attachments and file uploads.
|The MX component enables querying of mail exchange (MX) records from a Domain Name Server (DNS). Thus, it will find out the names of the mail servers accepting email for a given email address or domain.
|The NetClock component provides the current time in Greenwich Mean Time from an Internet Time Server.
|The NetCode component can be used to encode or decode files or strings using a variety of popular encoding formats, such as Base64, UUencode, and URL. UUEncode , MIME's Base64 Quoted-Printable , and URL encoding formats, as well as secure hash functions such as MD5 and SHA1, are currently supported.
|The NetDial component can be used to call the Remote Access System (RAS) to initiate or break connections to remote hosts, list connections, and phonebook entries.
|The NNTP Component is used to read, search, and post articles on Usenet news servers.
|The OAuth component is used to authorize a client and provide an authorization string used in future requests.
|The OData component implements the Open Data Protocol (OData). It can be used to query, parse, and update or modify data contained within an OData service.
|The PING component encapsulates Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) ECHO functionality, which is used to check whether there is a communications link between two computers.
|The POP Component is used to easily retrieve electronic mail from internet post office servers (POP).
|The RCP component implements the popular UNIX Remote Copy Protocol, used to transfer files between systems.
|The REST Component can be used to retrieve XML documents from the World Wide Web.
|The remote exec (rexec) component is used to execute commands on a remote UNIX machine using the rexec mechanism.
|The remote shell (rshell) component is used to execute commands on a remote Unix machine using the rshell mechanism.
|The RSS Component is used to retrieve, parse, edit, and write RSS-syndicated content.
|The S3 component provides an easy-to-use interface for Amazon S3 and other S3-compatible services.
|The Smpp Component implements a lightweight message transmission interface using the Short Message Peer-to-Peer protocol, most known for its use in cellular text messaging.
|The SMTP Component is used to send Internet mail using the SMTP protocol (the Internet mail standard).
|The SNPP Component is used to send pages through the internet using the SNPP protocol.
|The SOAP Component is a generic SOAP client supporting SOAP 1.1 that is used to communicate with SOAP servers.
|The Syslog component is used to send and receive network system log packets.
|The TCPClient Component is a generic Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) stream client based on an asynchronous, event-driven architecture.
|The TCPServer Component is a generic Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) server component based on an asynchronous, event-driven architecture. It is designed to balance the load between connections for a fast, powerful server.
|The Telnet Component is used to communicate with servers implementing the TELNET protocol.
|The TFTPClient component is used to exchange files with TFTP servers via the TFTP protocol defined in RFC 783.
|The TFTPServer Component is used to create a TFTP Server.
|The TraceRoute component allows you to trace the path IP packets take on the Internet.
|The UDP component is used to facilitate UDP (datagram) communications. It can act both as a client and a server and communicate with any number of hosts simultaneously, as well as generate and receive broadcast packets.
|The WebDAV Component implements an easy-to-use interface to the Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning protocol (WebDAV).
|The WebForm Component is used to POST data to interactive web pages or scripts (CGI, ASP, etc.), similar to what HTML forms do.
|The WebUpload Component is used to upload files to RFC1867-compliant web servers.
|The Whois component allows you to query a WHOIS Server for Domain registration information.
|The WSClient component is used to establish a WebSocket connection to a server.
|The WSServer component is used to create a WebSocket server.
|The XML component can be used to both parse and create XML documents.
|The XMPP Component is used to create a lightweight messaging client using the XMPP (Jabber) protocol.
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