SMInternet suite for Delphi/CBuilder 1.50
SMInternet suite for Delphi/CBuilder overview
SMInternet suite is a component set for internet and network
SMInternet suite for Delphi/CBuilder Details
Scalabium SoftwareDeveloper :
Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP Platform :
2.3 MbFile Size :
Free to try; $35 to buy License :
April 18, 2006 Date Added :
SMInternet suite for Delphi/CBuilder screenshotScreenshot :
SMInternet suite for Delphi/CBuilder ReviewSMInternet library for internet/network:
- load the news/announcements, updates/patches
- update any type of your software
- load an information about whois-domain (de, fr, ru, uk)
- synchronize the time from DAYTIME-server.
- track the UPS or FedEx package
- http client
- display an image from webcamera
- extract any online information
- retrieve a structure of directories from remote server
- get the weather information by zip code
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