Web Server Toolkits
The toolkits are affordable, royalty free, embedded Web server toolkits
designed to let you embed a Web server in a network device so that your
customers can manage and control it using standard Web browsers such
as the one you're using now.
The embedded Web servers are the most widely used OEM embedded Web server
software on the market today, because they are designed to make your
life easier. They are easy to integrate into your environment and include
a rich feature set with security, Java support, maximum compile time
flexibility, high performance and a low memory budget.
HTTP Client Toolkits
The Embedded HTTP Client Toolkits allow embedded devices to retrieve
objects (HTML, XML, graphics, audio, etc.) from any Internet Web Server.
This allows devices to independently retrieve files such as configuration
files, software updates, or remote print files from anywhere on the Internet.
An embedded HTTP client also allows a device to dynamically send information
or statistics to any Web server anywhere on the Internet.
The Embedded XML Toolkit is a small memory footprint XML parser and framer
that allows embedded devices to easily translate internal format data
structures to and from XML data streams. The XML data streams may be
transported using the embedded web server, the embedded HTTP client,
or as email attachments using the embedded email products.
UPnP™ Technology Toolkits
The embedded UPnP technology toolkits used web and XML technology to
allow embedded devices to become certified UPnP compliant devices that
will interoperate with UPnP Control Points such as those contained in
Microsoft Windows XP and Vista. Additionally, an embedded device may
become a UPnP Control Point to discover and interoperate with UPnP devices.
Command Line Interface Toolkits
The CLI embedded toolkits are designed to speed the implementation of
text-based command line interfaces for embedded devices, so that devices
can be managed using Cisco IOS-style interfaces, as well as Web-based
The Embedded Email Toolkits allows embedded devices to send email to
any SMTP server. Email messages can be used to provide status reports
or notifications. The Embedded Email Toolkits allow embedded devices
to receive email from any POP3 server. With POP, new software revisions
can be downloaded by email; and printers can accept print jobs by email.
Email messages for sending and receiving can be plain text, HTML mail
with embedded graphics or messages with attachments such as graphics,
audio, configuration files, etc.