Digital Persona One Touch for Windows SDK 1.6.1
DigitalPersona U.are.U biometric identity SDKs support both DigitalPersona U.are.U readers and modules, as well as EikonTouch readers. The TouchChip module SDK enables quick integration of the pre-assembled TouchChip and TouchStrip modules, expediting your development times.
IP2Location Database [DB1]
IP2Location™ IP-Country Database [DB1] provides a solution to determine the country of origin for any IP address in a few simple steps. First, retrieve the IP address from the networking protocol or server-side variable of the Web server. Next, translate the IP address to an IP number in decimal format to speed up the database query. Lastly, reverse lookup the IP number from the IP2Location™ database to pinpoint the exact geographical location.
/n software X12 Integrator 16.0.6446 Delphi/.Net/ActiveX/C++ Builder/Node.js
The X12 Integrator provides the utmost in flexibility for developers and businesses interested in enabling their software systems with Internet EDI (X12 and EDIFACT) parsing and message generation capabilities. The X12 Integrator includes software components that facilitate Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) mapping and translation (X12 & EDIFACT). The components include flexible schema support enabling developers to use various schema formats allowing for easier integration with existing EDI processing applications.
/n software BizTalk Adapter 16.0.6446
The /n software Biztalk Adapters include fully-managed .NET Adapters & Pipeline Components which provide robust, enterprise-ready Internet connectivity, secure messaging, and file transfer for Microsoft BizTalk Server. The /n software BizTalk Adapters are the latest evolution in more than a decade of experience building tools and components for Internet communications, security, and e-business integration. The /n software Adapters for Microsoft BizTalk include fully-managed .NET Adapters that seamlessly integrate with the BizTalk Messaging Pipeline. The /n software Adapters extend the features of BizTalk with advanced Internet communications and secure messaging capabilities.
nSoftware 3-D Secure Integrator v6.0 Build 6449 .Net/ActiceX/Node.js/C/C++ | 16 Mb
[justify] The /n software 3-D Secure Merchant Plug-in Interface (MPI) is a Visa Certified 3-D Secure, MasterCard SecureCode, American Express SafeKey, Diners Club International ProtectBuy, and JCB J/Secure authorization component (MPI 1.0.2 compliant). The 3-D Secure component allows easy integration of Verified By Visa, SecureCode, American Express SafeKey, Diners Club International ProtectBuy, & J/Secure capabilities into online shopping carts, websites, and merchant systems, while providing extraordinary flexibility to software developers through easy to use component interfaces.
Browser – Chromium Embedded Framework
The Chromium Embedded Framework (CEF) is a simple framework for embedding Chromium-based browsers in other applications. CEF is a BSD-licensed open source project founded by Marshall Greenblatt in 2008 and based on the Google Chromium project. Unlike the Chromium project itself, which focuses mainly on Google Chrome application development, CEF focuses on facilitating embedded browser use cases in third-party applications. CEF insulates the user from the underlying Chromium and Blink code complexity by offering production-quality stable APIs, release branches tracking specific Chromium releases, and binary distributions. Most features in CEF have default implementations that provide rich functionality while requiring little or no integration work from the user. There are currently over 100 million installed instances of CEF around the world embedded in products from a wide range of companies and industries. A partial list of companies and products using CEF is available on the CEF Wikipedia page. Some use cases for CEF include:
Embedding an HTML5-compliant Web browser control in an existing native application.
Creating a light-weight native “shell” application that hosts a user interface developed primarily using Web technologies.
Rendering Web content “off-screen” in applications that have their own custom drawing frameworks.
Acting as a host for automated testing of existing Web properties and applications.