Introduction to DPWS technology made simple with JMEDS

September 24th, 2008

If you are unfamiliar with DPWS-based applications, then the packages ws4d-explorer* and ws4d-javame-examples of our SourceForge project pages are the right places to start with: Download a current version of the DPWS Explorer, start it and then download an example application. When you start the application, it should be displayed in the DPWS Explorer. You can now browse through the device and service information of the application and call some actions to understand the basics of the SOA-based DPWS technology.

When you get interested, check out the ws4d-javame-documentation package for some example code snippets of simple DPWS applications. If you get the idea go to package ws4d-javame-full, download the stack for JAVA SE (ws4d-javame.stack.SE.jar) or JAVA CLDC (ws4d-javame.stack.CLDC.jar) and start developing your own DPWS-based applications.

Click here to get to the packages and start downloading. Have fun!

DPWS Explorer 2 released

August 27th, 2008

Today we have released version 2.0 of the DPWS Explorer. This version is limited to run til October, 29th 2008 under the MATERNA test version license program. At the moment there are two distributions available: Windows Win32 x86 and Linux GTK2 x86, which can be loaded from Sourceforge. Click on thumbnails below to see some screenshots of the Windows version. Feedback and suggestions are always appreciated (Please use the discussion forums or trackers hosted on our SourceForge project pages).
DPWS Explorer v2.0 (Windows)DPWS Explorer v2.0 (Windows)

JavaME Stack is now OpenSource

November 10th, 2007

Today we have released the WS4D JavaME stack on SourceForge. The release includes JAR files and source code available through download or the subversion repository. Have fun!