DataWriter Client

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Need for mobility, flexibility and security? Think about it, your current DataWriter encoding solution may work well in a client / server architecture.

Based on the latest web technologies (HTML5 WebSocket) through a communication protocol published DataWriter Client connects to your server DataWriter to offer, after authentication, encoding cards depending on the tasks you own.

DataWriter Client Windows
Download Windows version

DataWriter Client Linux
Download Linux version:

OS Version Master Develop
Debian Jessie stable unstable
Ubuntu Trusty trusty trusty-backports
Ubuntu Vivid vivid vivid-backports

sudo apt-get install curl
echo “deb http://debian.islog.com/ ${REPOSITORY_NAME} main” | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list.d/islog.list
sudo curl http://debian.islog.com/debian-islog-com-keyring.key | sudo apt-key add –
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install datawriterclient

apple
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DataWriter Client Android
Download Android version

==> Demo public Server : ws://demo.islog.com

DataWriter Web Client :

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