This package of nine brand new components have been designed by our
programmers to give your applications advanced capabilities expected of
spAnimatedImage. The most natural way to add animation
to a Delphi form is to use an ImageList component, an Image component, and a Timer.
We packaged the ImageList, the Timer, configuration options, and some expertize
necessary to improve performance into the spAnimatedImage component. Just provide
an ImageList with your images and enjoy the animation.
spAudioWav. How do you access your sound cards? We do that
using the low level spAudioWav control. It allows to enumerate and select audio devices, record
and play WAV files or raw audio data, and construct audio in code on the
lowest level possible combining sine waves. Just look into one of our samples to find
out how easy is it to convert text into Morse signal. Being low level, spAudioWav
allows to examine the controls Windows associates with a sound card and both retrieve and set
their properties. In essence, this allows you to write your own mixer or a replacement for
the standard Windows Volume Control.
spBlinkingLed. While nothing prevents you from using the spAnimatedImage
component to imitate a LED, the better solution is to use the spBlinkingLed
component. The LED images are built in and all you need is to specify colors for
ON, Off, and Blink states. The LED may have associated text and sounds.
spComPort. Applications that monitor or control real-world
devices and instrumentation often connect via an RS-232 port, that is, a
serial comport on the computer. This component allows you to send and
receive data through any real comport or USB virtual comport.
spCPU. How would you like to be able to monitor and display your computers
CPU activity, just like the task manager does? Mission critical
applications should periodically check the health of the computer they run
on, and with spCPU they can determine if the CPU is overloaded and even
determine which specific application or service is "hogging" the machine.
But wait,there's more! spCPU allows you to monitor the CPU usage of remote
machines, either on your network LAN, or remote machines over the
internet! SSP II comes with a ready-to-use network administration tool
that graphically displays CPU usage of the local computer and any other
computer on the network or internet--a super Task Manager.
spHTTPServer. Even if this component is not the lightest multi-threaded HTTP
server possible, it should be pretty close. You can either work with familiar request and
response objects or handle the raw TCP data directly. If you tend to develop the client
side of your RIAs first, you may find this component handy as the server stub.
spTCPServer. This component is the basis for the spHTTPServer and provides
the multi-threaded TCP server. It is all you need to establish easy and light weight TCP/IP
communication between processes or unravel the low level details normally hidden from you by
traditional Web development frameworks.
spUpdater. Would you like a way for your application, once shipped to the
customer or user, to be able to update itself? What is known as "Live
Update?" You can do just that with the spUpdater component. Once spUpdater
is dropped on the main form of your application, when your application
launches it first checks in to a remote server that you configure to see
if there is a newer version of your program available. If there is, you
can configure the application to update itself automatically, or with
permission of the user. You only have to maintain the latest version of
your program in one directory on one server, and every instance of your
product running anywhere on the internet will automatically update itself.
spVersionInfo. Every Windows application, including those you write, has
tons of version information embedded into the executable file. If your
application has an About menu choice or button, you now can stuff lots of
information about your application into the resulting dialog window.
Version number, of course, but also company name, description, copyright
and trademarks--all the data you can put into the Version Info tab of
Project|Options of the IDE.
spVideo. If your application requires video input, this component does the
job for you. Drop an instance of spVideo on your form, and you have an
instant window receiving and displaying video from any Windows video
source, such as a webcam. Built into the component is the ability to
mirror, flip, color-invert, or grayscale the image, and to detect
motion. SSP II comes with a sample application you can use right out of the
box as a security system to log and alert scenes in which motion is
spVolumeControl. With the spAudioWav component you can do virtually anything with
any audio signal, but what if all you need is to control the volume? Our spVolumeControl
does exactly that. It allows to move the slider of the Windows standard Volume Control
in code without reaching all the way to the Task Bar with the mouse.
- Current version: 1.0
- Fully supports Delphi 4 and later compilers
- List Price: $39
- Support and Updates Page: There are no updates to Solution Pack II yet.
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