[ANN] UnifiedIO

Discussion in 'Java' started by ak, May 14, 2004.

  1. ak

    ak Guest

    UnifiedIO allows random access to any data or stream (even over HTTP), and
    gives a clear difference between read only and read/write access.

    UnifiedIO is part of ImageroReader (http://reader.imagero.com) since
    november 2003.

    Features:
    : : Access everything (files, streams, arrays) in same manner (thru
    interface).
    : : You choose byte order.
    : : You can change byte order at any time.
    : : Define start offset and length.
    : : Optimized reading over http (download only needed range of bytes in a
    file instead of having to download the entire file - uses byteserving
    feature of http 1.1).
    : : Advanced features - DataSource and DataSourceManager.


    UnifiedIO is Open Source (BSD licence)

    Download/CVS at https://uio.dev.java.net
    Online documentation at http://uio.imagero.com/doc

    Feedback and suggestions: uio [at] imagero [dot] com

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    ak, May 14, 2004
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