Applied Informatics Announces Successful Fast Infoset Interoperability Testing

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Applied Informatics Software Engineering GmbH (http://www.appinf.com/), the experts in software development tools for cross-platform development, is pleased to announce the successful completion of interoperability testing its POCO C++ Fast Infoset implementation as a participant in Sun's Fast Infoset Interoperability Project. Fast Infoset support is now available and interoperable on a variety of programming languages and platforms, including C++ on Windows and Unix platforms, Java and .NET.

Applied Informatics Software Engineering GmbH (http://www.appinf.com/), the experts in software development tools for cross-platform development, is pleased to announce the successful completion of interoperability testing its POCO C++ Fast Infoset implementation as a participant in Sun's Fast Infoset Interoperability Project. Fast Infoset support is now available and interoperable on a variety of programming languages and platforms, including C++ on Windows and Unix platforms, Java and .NET.

Fast Infoset is an ITU-T and ISO defined standard that specifies a binary encoding for W3C XML Information Set. Unlike other XML representations, the Fast Infoset standard has the dual benefits of both compression and performance, making it the ideal choice for moving large XML data between disparate low bandwidth systems or for high performance systems such as those utilising Web services.

Applied Informatics provides a cross platform C++ implementation of the Fast Infoset standard as part of its POCO C++ Libraries. The POCO Fast Infoset library is available in source code form for many platforms, including Windows, Unix, Linux, Mac OS X and QNX.

POCO, the C++ Portable Components is a collection of open source C++ class libraries that simplify and accelerate the development of network-centric, portable applications in C++. Their modular and efficient design and implementation makes the C++ Portable Components extremely well suited for embedded development.

References:
Fast Infoset Interoperability Project - http://fi-interop.dev.java.net
Applied Informatics - http://www.appinf.com
POCO C++ Libraries Project - http://www.pocoproject.org

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