Vortex Library: A BEEP Core implementation



Vortex Library is an implementation of the RFC 3080 / RFC 3081 standard definition called the BEEP Core protocol mapped into TCP/IP layer written in C. In addition, it comes with a complete XML-RPC over BEEP RFC 3529 and TUNNEL (RFC3620) support. It has been developed by Advanced Software Production Line, S.L. (http://www.aspl.es).

Vortex Library has been implemented keeping in mind security. It has a consistent and easy to use API which will allow you to write application protocols really fast. The API provided is really stable and any change that could happen is notified using a public change procedure notification (http://www.aspl.es/change/change-notification.txt).

Vortex Library is being run and tested regularly under GNU/Linux and Microsoft Windows platforms, but it is known to work in other platforms. Its development is also checked with a regression test to ensure proper function across releases.

The Vortex Library is intensively used by the Af-Arch project but as RFC implementation it can be used in a stand alone way apart from Af-Arch.

The following section represents documents you may find useful to get an idea if Vortex Library is right for you. It talks about features, some insights about its implementation and license issues.

The following documents shows how to use Vortex Library and its profiles/tools. It is also showed, how to install and use it, with some tutorials to get Vortex Library working for you as soon as possible.

You can also check the Vortex Library API documentation:

Miscellaneous documents

The following section holds all documents that didn't fall into any previous category:

Contact Us

You can reach us at the Vortex mailing list: at vortex users for any question you may find.

If you are interested on getting commercial support, you can also contact us at: info@aspl.es.