ClientAPI is a.NET 2.0 object-oriented ActiveX Control which enables an
experienced VB developer to access all the resources and peripherals
of our microcontroller boards using Visual BASIC, Visual C++ or
other development tools that you are familiar with. Sample VC++ and
VB programs and a standalone executable called Client51 is also
ClientAPI includes: ClientAPI library; Help files for ClientAPI,
ClientAPI ActiveX control, Data Logger and Server51; Visual C++ 6.0
example using ClientAPI; VB binaries and examples; Data Logger
binaries and examples; Server51 BiPOM MicroIDE project. Give
ClientAPI a try to fully assess its capabilities!
ClientAPI is free for academic and personal use only.
You will need to download the latest version of Microsoft.NET Framework to create and install the ActiveX control.
To install the Microsoft.NET Framework, click Start | Control Panel | Add/Remove Programs.
Check «Microsoft.NET Framework 2.0».
Click «Next» and then «Install.»
Go to «C:\Program Files\Microsoft.NET Framework 2.0\v2.0.50727» and create the «ClientAPI.ocx» file.
From the «ClientAPI.ocx» file folder, right-click and choose «Include in Project.»
Now, you can double-click the clientapi.ocx file and it should prompt you to install the Component in your «ClientAPI.ocx» folder.
You will need to go to «C:\Program Files\Microsoft.NET Framework 2.0\v2.0.50727\Reference Assemblies\v2.0» and install the «ClientAPI.ocx» and «OLE Automation.»
ClientAPI is a Win32 ActiveX control. You can select the «ActiveX» control from the «Add New Item» dialog box and choose «ActiveX in VB» or «ActiveX in VB6».
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