Developer Tools for UPnP Tech - Now with Android/Java support

Today we released a new version of the Developer Tools for UPnP Technologies v0.0.50 with a couple of added goodies. In summary, we now have Google Android support, DeviceProtection sample and MacOS X support. The tools are open source and available to the community under BSD 2.0 license, making it easy to add to software and products. Here is a quick rundown of the new features:

    • Google Android support. Bryan Roe at Intel worked hard for the last few weeks to built a completely new Java stack for UPnP. The stack is both device and control point and completely integrated in the “Device Builder” code generation tool. Just load in your device description (or load it directly from a network device) and you can generate a full Android Java stack in seconds. The generated code includes a sample project file ready to load into Eclipse.

    • DeviceProtection sample. Vic Lortz at Intel just added DeviceProtection code into the new “samples” folder of the Developer Tools for UPnP Technologies”. With the announcement of the DeviceProtection profile a few days ago, this should help get developers started. This sample is offered only as a starting point, we hope the community will help us improve the software.

    • Mac OS X and Android native support. The code generation tool “Device Builder” got other updates too. We improved the generate “C” Microstack code to make it work well on Mac OS X and native Android. Mac OS X support will likely be interesting to many, as for native Android, it runs on “rooted” Smart Phones must be compiled against the entire Android Kernel, just the Android NDK. So, it may have limited use. Still, it’s an interesting update.



As an ending node, we keep fixing the auto-update system included in the Developer Tools. If the auto-update fails, just go to the web site and manually download and update. The link is: http://opentools.homeip.net/dev-tools-for-upnp. This next version should fix update problems and future version will probably auto-update fine.

As always, community feedback and bug reports are welcomed. Many thanks to Bryan Roe and Vic Lortz for their hard work.

Thanks,
Ylian
http://opentools.homeip.net/dev-tools-for-upnp

 

I wanted to sent a quick mail on the list to let the community know that we just updated the “Developer Tools for UPnP Technologies” now at version 0.0.50 with a few new features. In summary, we now have Google Android support, DeviceProtection sample and MacOS X support. The tools open source and available to the community under BSD 2.0 license, making it easy to add to software and products. Here is a quick rundown of the new features:


 


· Google Android support. Bryan Roe at Intel worked hard for the last few weeks to built a completely new Java stack for UPnP. The stack is both device and control point and completely integrated in the “Device Builder” code generation tool. Just load in your device description (or load it directly from a network device) and you can generate a full Android Java stack in seconds. The generated code includes a sample project file ready to load into Eclipse.


· DeviceProtection sample. Vic Lortz at Intel just added DeviceProtection code into the new “samples” folder of the Developer Tools for UPnP Technologies”. With the announcement of the DeviceProtection profile a few days ago, this should help get developers started. This sample is offered only as a starting point, we hope the community will help us improve the software.


· Mac OS X and Android native support. The code generation tool “Device Builder” got other updates too. We improved the generate “C” Microstack code to make it work well on Mac OS X and native Android. Mac OS X support will likely be interesting to many, as for native Android, it runs on “rooted” Smart Phones must be compiled against the entire Android Kernel, just the Android NDK. So, it may have limited use. Still, it’s an interesting update.


 


As an ending node, we keep fixing the auto-update system included in the Developer Tools. If the auto-update fails, just go to the web site and manually download and update. The link is: http://opentools.homeip.net/dev-tools-for-upnp. This next version should fix update problems and future version will probably auto-update fine.


 


As always, community feedback and bug reports are welcomed. Many thanks to Bryan Roe and Vic Lortz for their hard work.


 


Thanks,


Ylian Saint-Hilaire


Intel Corporation


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