Xb2.NET v4.1 released

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Xb2.NET v4.1 released

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Xb2.NET v4.1 is now available for download.

Version highlights:

  • Supports IPv4 + IPv6 and runs on Windows XP, Server 2003 and up.
  • Improved server performance & stability under extreme load.
  • SOAP server now supports dynamically compiled PRG scripts. Modify server-side SOAP functions without stopping server.
  • Added client-side TLS session reuse (server-side session reuse is already enabled by default).
  • New high-resolution timer functions.
  • New SOAP sample which sends PRG file to server, the server compiles it and returns back a DLL. The client can then load the new DLL and execute any function contained within it. Use on client to provide compiled .PRG scripts without a locally installed compiler. See: http://xb2.net/xb2net/prgScript.htm
  • New xbCompile() function compiles Xbase++ PRG file into a DLL.
  • OpenSSL updated to v1.1.1k
  • Bug fixes and other enhancements. 
  • Full change log: http://xb2.net/xb2net/changes.htm

Xb2.NET is an essential tool for developing cloud and secure network connected applications. It provides support for low-level socket communications as well as interfaces for WebSocket, Telnet, FTP, HTTP, SSL/TLS, XML, JSON and SOAP. The library also includes automated integration with Let's Encrypt to get, install & renew TLS domain certificates at zero cost.

With Xb2.NET you can easily integrate a native web server into your own Xbase++ application (no need for external services). Use Xbase++ to develop rich HTML5 applications that can run on any device with a browser (desktop, mobile, tablet).

Released in 2002 and continually enhanced, Xb2.NET has matured into a robust tool that you can safely depend on to build mission critical client and server-side applications.

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Regards,
Boris Borzic
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