Encoder Wizard ActiveX 3.0 Encoder Wizard is a collection of two ActiveX (ocx) controls, Encoder Wizard and Decoder Wizard. These two controls allow you to fully support the Base64, Quoted- Printable, UUEncode, yEnc, MD5,HMAC MD5, URL, SHA-1, and Binary 2 Hex encoding methods.
POP3 Wizard ActiveX 3.0 POP3 Wizard +SSL allows you to be able to access a POP3 server and download messages with minimal knowledge of how POP3 works and very little code. There are many features for simplifying tasks of accessing an POP3 server.
Description: FTP wizard allows you to be able to access an FTP server with minimal knowledge of how FTP works and very little code. There are many features for simplifying tasks of accessing an FTP server. FTP Wizard allows you to: Create Directories Remove files and Directories Upload Files Download Files Rename Files Get all directory Entries - With all information about them. All other commands needed to carry out normal usage of an FTP server. i.e change directory, get directory. Asynchronous operation No User Interaction required File Transfer Protocol servers exist on the Internet for the sole purpose of storing information. They are used to keep information accessible from a network, like the Internet, so that users can retrieve files. Users, with the proper permissions, can also save their files to them. FTP Wizard makes this process easy and allows a developer to take full control of the power of FTP. This control works with any ActiveX container and even works in ActiveX scriptable languages such as VBScript.
Change Info: FTP Wizard. Seekford Solutions, Inc. . v1.0.3. FIXED - Downloading would cause the UI to crash. ADDED - Cancellation of file transfer now possible. . v1.0.4. FIXED - Memory management with the FileInfos object resolved. . . v1.0.5. ADDED - New method SetFileDownloadMethod(Boolean bBinary). This method will affect all file downloads. With TRUE being Binary Mode and FALSE being ASCII transfer mode. . v1.0.6. FIXED - Fixed limit on directory entries. Now allow up to 30,000 entries. . v1.0.7. FIXED - Error code discrepency. . //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////. ///. /// Version 2.0. ///. //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////. . v2.0.8. ADDED - Asynchronous operating mode Extensive optimzation changes made. . v2.0.9. UPDATED - Download progress notification slowed download on high speed connection(i.e. same lan server) Now . notifications only sent ever half second. UPDATED - Upload progress notification slowed upload on high speed connection(i.e. same lan server) Now . notifications only sent ever half second. . v2.0.10 - 08/17/2003. FIXED - FileInfos memory reference decrement miscalculation fixed. Memory would incorrectly be deallocated . and possibly cause application failure. . v2.0.11 - 10/01/2003. FIXED - Found flaws in Microsoft technology that had to be circumvented. They created a significant amount of . work for us. . v2.0.12 - 1/05/2005. MODIFIED - Cancel file transfer method will now only return after the transfer has actually cancelled. . //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////. ///. /// Version 3.0. ///. //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////. . v3.0.13 - 02/01/2005. New version created. Better support for processor usage and download operations.
Ping Wizard ActiveX 3.0 Ping Wizard lets you conduct tests on the speed of your network. Ping Wizard sends a special packet to a server, and times how long it takes to get a reply. This time is the total
NNTP Wizard ActiveX 3.0 NNTP Wizard is an ActiveX control that gives a programmer the power to harness all that the Network News Transfer Protocol has to offer. With every standard command and almost all
Google Woos Developers with Source Code Google is providing developers with a look at some of its source code in an effort to establish tighter bonds with the open-source community as it fends off challenges from rivals pushing into the search-technology space.
Google Offers Up Source Code to Developers Google is providing a look at some of its source code in an effort to woo software developers and to establish tighter bonds with the open-source community as it fends off challenges from rivals pushing into the search-technology space.