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UPnP Design by Example: A Software Developer's Guide to Universal Plug and Play
481 pages | Intel Press (May 1, 2003) | 0971786119 | CHM | 5 Mb
Networked devices should be as easy for consumers to set up as stereo equipment—when you plug it in and turn it on, it just works. Universal Plug and Play technology can make this happen. This book is primarily a resource for software developers who are implementing UPnP technology in their products. It also provides a great introduction for those who are new to the technology.
Traditionally, network peripherals have not been easy to install. Recent standards such as Universal Serial Bus (USB) and Plug-and-Play have improved the situation so that devices are automatically detected and device drivers automatically installed. Yet, networked devices, like Internet gateways and networked printers, still require manual setup and configuration.
If you are a software developer who is already familiar with basic network programming concepts and protocols, UPnP Design by Example provides everything you need to know to design UPnP technology into your product.
In this book, you will discover:
Basic UPnP concepts such as control points, devices, and services
Protocols that form the foundation of the UPnP architecture
An example of how to develop a UPnP device from start to finish
The latest topics, such as UPnP Audio/Video and Simple Control Protocol (SCP)