Remoting SDK Docs
Remoting SDK is a framework that allows you to build Servers that expose functionality using Services. These services can then be accessed remotely over the network from Client Applications running on and created with a wide variety of platforms and languages.
- .NET Servers can be hosted on all major server platforms, including Windows and Linux.
- Delphi Servers can be hosted on Windows (and Linux via FPC).
These servers can then be accessed from Client Applications created with all of today's major development platforms, in turn covering just about every operating system and target platform:
- .NET – Windows, Web Servers, Linux, macOS, iOS or Android (via Xamarin platform)
- Cocoa – Mac, iOS, watchOS, tvOS
- Java – Android, Blackberry, and anywhere else Java runs on
- Delphi – Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android via FireMonkey
- Any platform, any programming language – can access Remoting SDK servers via HttpAPI interface
Outside of this documentation site, we think you will find these links useful:
- Remoting SDK Homepage — rosdk.com
Support & Discussion Forums
Other Useful Links
- What's New in Remoting SDK 9
- Change Logs are available by platform.
- Old Documentation Wiki, while we're still working on this site.