The Magi Systems Network Library is a 100% Java-based network library that can be used as
the foundation of a network based Java application, where there is a central multi-threaded server and multiple clients.
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Email Chess 2.6 Email Chess allows two players to play chess via standard email. Play chess with as many friends as you wish, simultaneously. Simple and easy to use drag and drop interface.
Magi Toolkit for Java 2.0.1 The Magi Toolkit for Java provides a collection of components and utility classes for Java developers to make their life easier. Benefit from a range of add-ons, such as Java Swing extensions, Collections extensions, utility classes and more.
Description: The Magi Systems Network Library is a 100% Java-based network library that can be used as
the foundation of a network based Java application, where there is a central multi-threaded server and multiple clients connecting remotely, either across a local-area network, intranet or even across the internet. The Magi Systems Network Library is built on top of Java's TCP/IP network abilities, and allows Normal or Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encrypted connections. This implementation allows simple extension of network-aware components to build your own network application. The library also allows creation of simple network-aware data objects that your application can easily use to transfer application data from client to server, and vice versa. Purchasing this product includes the Magi NetLib Library (Jar), javadocs on the NetLib API and full Java source code for the NetLib implementation.
Chilkat SSL COM Component 3.0.0 Chilkat SSL is a free COM component that makes it extremely easy to communicate securely over a TCP socket using either the SSLv3 or TLSv1 protocols. Chilkat SSL is a free COM
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