Vareos™ is Savarese Software Research Corporation's platform for rapidly building Web-based business and consumer applications that present either a windowed graphical user interface or a mobile application interface. Vareos™ applications are device and operating system independent, usable on your desktop or your tablet regardless of its manufacturer. Vareos™ is currently being demonstrated publicly as a technology preview release, but will form the basis of the upcoming Igfip™ relaunch.
Web Wispers™ is a powerful computing framework for building Web applications that can scale to over one hundred nodes for enterprise deployments or publicly-facing Web services. Early versions were made available as open source software, but is currently proprietary software.
Igfip™ is a forthcoming online gaming community catering to boardgamers. It supports both real-time and turn-based play on both Web and mobile platforms. 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™.
2017041101 libssrcspread 1.0.13 Released. libssrcspread v1.0.13
(providing C++, Lua, Perl, Python, and Ruby bindings for the Spread group
communication system) has been released. This release adds
Error::IllegalTime corresponding to
ILLEGAL_TIME added in Spread 5.0.
2017011601 Ssrc Wisp 1.3.1 Released. Ssrc Wisp v1.3.1 is now available. This release simplifies
make_smart_ptr and generalizes it to allow specialization for arbitrary smart pointer types. The libtool version number has also been updated, which should have been done for the 1.3.0 release.