ActiveX Internet Components
These products enable developers to create applications that communicate via the Internet using a variety of protocols. Products either present an object interface to specific protocols or perform helper functions such as email address validation.
Domain Name System (DNS) facilitates the use of names to refer to hosts on the Internet. The DNS components listed here enable a host name to be turned into an IP address and vice-versa.
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) enables a network node to broadcast a request for network configuration information and for a server to answer that request with specific data such as an IP Address, DNS server addresses and a default gateway address. These components allow you to implement this protocol within your applications.
The Email page lists all Email components, controls, libraries and objects for .Net, ASP.NET, ActiveX, Java, Delphi. Our Email products cover Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP), Post Office Protocol (POP3) and Internet Messgae Access protocol (IMAP4). We have products for both client and server ends of the connection.
The file upload/download page lists a complete set of ActiveX Components, Controls, libraries and objects that enable the transfer of files using HTTP and FTP protocols. File transfers can be performed from web pages to a server or from host to host both securely and using compression.
The ActiveX & COM FTP controls lists all FTP components, controls, libraries and objects for the ActiveX/COM platform. These products allow you to add support for the Internet standard File Transfer Protocol to your windows and ASP applications. This standard covers the management and movement of files across the Internet. We have both FTP client and FTP server products and some products cover Secure FTP (SFTP).
Create applications that can communicate via HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP). Both client and server ends of the connection are catered for. The HTTP page lists all HTTP components, controls, libraries and objects for .Net, ASP.NET, ActiveX, Java, Delphi.
The instant messaging and chat page lists all messaging and chat components, controls, libraries and objects for .Net, ASP.NET, ActiveX, Java, Delphi.
Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) enables client access to emails stored centrally ona mail serve. This differ from POP3 (Post Office Protocol) as it is designed for central access from multiple clients rather than the offline message handling best suited to POP. These components enable your application to implement IMAP compatible applications.
Use these encryption components to encrypt and secure various internet protocols. The Internet encryption page lists all Internet encryption components, controls, libraries and objects for .Net, ASP.NET, ActiveX, Java, Delphi.
These products combine multiple functions into a single package for convenience and value. The Internet toolkit page lists all Internet component, control, library and object suites for .Net, ASP.NET, ActiveX, Java, Delphi.
This page lists Internet related components that do not belong to a specifc classification. The Internet developer tool page lists all Internet components, controls, libraries and objects for .Net, ASP.NET, ActiveX, Java, Delphi.
Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) is a specification for formatting non-ASCII messages so that they can be sent over the Internet. MIME enables email clients to send and receive graphics, audio, and video files . MIME also supports messages in character sets other than ASCII. Using these components your applications can utilise MIME capabilities.
Enable your applications to access newsgroups via the Internet using the Network News Transport Protocol (NNTP). Retrieve lists of newsgroups, read threads and post to forums.
These components implement the ICMP protocol to enable you to test netwrk connectivity between two network nodes from within your application.
These components implement the Internet standard Post Office Protocol (POP3) which is used by email clients to access email servers which receive, store and send mail on their behalf.
With these components you will be able to develop applications that can send and receive email using the Simple Mail Tranfer Protocol SMTP - the universally accepted email standard.
Enable your apps to communicate with and manage network devices with SNMP. The SNMP page lists all SNMP components, controls, libraries and objects for .Net, ASP.NET, ActiveX, Java, Delphi.
These components enable the application to request the current time from properly configured servers across the Internet or private networks via protocols such as Simple Network Time Protocol. This page contains all Network Time components for .Net, ActiveX, Java
Enable applications to exchange data directly with one another. The Winsock and socket tools page lists all Winsock and socket components, controls, libraries and objects for .Net, ASP.NET, ActiveX, Java, Delphi.
Use these products to add terminal console capabilities to your application. The telnet page lists all telnet components, controls, libraries and objects for .Net, ASP.NET, ActiveX, Java, Delphi.
Following is a summary of available ActiveX Traceroute components. Trace route is a standard method of identifying the network nodes between a network start and end point and testing connection times for each "hop". With these ActiveX controls you can perform Trace Route tests from your COM-based applications.
Enable your apps to return domain registration information via the Whois protocol as defined by RFC 954. The whoispage lists all products (components, controls, classes and libraries) for .Net and COM/ActiveX.