UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) technology enables transparent network device connectivity. It allows devices to "just work" when plugged into the network, eliminating the administrative hassle typically associated with networking devices.
This book is a practical guide to developing software for UPnP devices. It will provide you, the UPnP developer, background you'll need to understand UPnP architecture by introducing you to the protocols that it comprises. It will also guide you in the process of using Intel's open source SDK to implement UPnP devices. The style is pragmatic—"developer to developer." We incorporate packet traces, code samples, and screen shots, as needed to teach you how to add UPnP support to your devices.
This book is intended for software developers—both those curious about UPnP technology and those that are planning to develop software for a UPnP device. Perhaps you are a developer new to UPnP technology. You may have questions such as: How does the architecture work? How do I add UPnP support to my device? What SDKs can be used? What pitfalls should I be aware of? This book answers your questions and provides the technical information you need.
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Publisher: Intel Press
Page Count (est.): 481
Pub Date: 5/15/2003