Netwiser is a unique platform for network software development. Netwiser includes an easy to use graphical user interface and a C++ framework for creating all types of network-intensive applications.
Netwiser eases the difficulty of developing network applications and protocols by providing a higher-level of abstraction for creating network software. It provides you with a clear view of the network and a powerful set of tools to model, develop and deploy.
Here are some key features of "Netwiser":
· Write code once. Netwiser handles deploying the exact same code to various operating systems, hardware platforms and even a network simulator. You can run production code in the simulator and use the same code base for modeling and production.
· Use the simulator to easily debug problems discovered in the field. Simulate, deploy, discover problems, re-simulate, fix problems, re-deploy, repeat as needed.
· The configuration of reuseable software components is a tedious process. Netwiser makes configuring your components as easy as point-and-click with its graphical editing environment.
· Code that can be generated is generated. With Netwiser, the repetitive portions of your source code are generated automatically by the IDE.
· Minimize your learning curve and maximize reuse by taking advantage of our easy to learn, flexible and extensible C++ API for networking software.
· Create and manipulate complex network simulations graphically. No messy simulation scripts required!
· Eclipse Project
· The Boost Libraries
· GDB (recommended)
· GNU make (recommended)
· Matlab (optional)
What's New in This Release:
· An implementation of OLSR (RFC 3626) has been added to the collection of Netwiser packages.
· An example project has also been added to the Examples page that uses the new OLSR implementation.
· This release has a number of changes to help improve the user's experience with the IDE.
· An Eclipse Cheatsheet has been created to help introduce users to the Netwiser IDE.
· To use the Cheatsheets, go to Help > Cheatsheets... within the Netwiser IDE.