In creating Vareos™, Savarese Software Research Corporation has changed the way Web applications are developed. If all you want to do is create an application for people to use immediately, without worrying about all the headaches of hosting, dealing with databases, Web servers, and application servers, then Vareos is for you.
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Savarese Software Research Corporation is the developer of the Web Wispers™ open source micro-cloud computing framework for rapidly building Web applications that can scale to over one hundred nodes for enterprise deployments or publicly-facing Web services.
Savarese Software Research Corporation is the creator of the Igfip™ online gaming community. Built using Ssrc technologies, Igfip™ supports the low-latency browser-to-browser communication required for multi-user interactive Web applications such as Web-based multi-player games, instant messaging, and collaborative business applications.
The open source Ssrc Wisp™ event-based distributed service framework allows you to rapidly build event-based distributed services in C++. Events are delivered as native C++ data structures, avoiding the complexity and performance cost of manipulating intermediate serialization formats. Ssrc Wisp™ is suitable for constructing custom enterprise services and back-end services for Web applications, such as Web Wispers™.
2012112501 Ssrc SVG End of Life. Ssrc SVG v13.0.0 is the final release of the Ssrc SVG plugin for the foreseeable future. Despite some incompatibilities at the scripting level, SVG support in MSIE 9 and 10 has reached a level where a plugin is not required. Ssrc SVG v13.0.0 is more than adequate to support MSIE 8 until the transition to MSIE 9 and 10 is complete.
2012040901 Ssrc Web Wispers 1.2.2 Released. Ssrc Web Wispers v1.2.2 has been released, fixing GCC 4.7.0 compilation errors and converting all unit tests from cppunit to the boost unit test framework. Ssrc Web Wispers is a C++ and Lua framework for rapidly building scalable Web applications deployed on a cluster of computing nodes.