ZeroConf Browser allows users to browse the network for available Bonjour/ZeroConf services, including RemObjects SDK servers or other applications providing network services that register with Bonjour. It is the ideal tool for system administrators or network developers to stay on top of their network and check the availability of their services. Version 1.0 aims at providing the basic browsing experience, including the enumeration of all registered services, providing human-readable desc
Discovery is a utility that displays all of the Bonjour services available on the local network or on Wide-Area Bonjour domains. Use it to debug your latest program, detect computers connected to your network, or just keep tabs on what services are available. Perfect for network admins or developers!
Flame is a browser for Bonjour (also known as ZeroConf) network services. It lists the services advertised on your wireless network and you can browse them by server or by service type. When adding a service, its advertised details are displayed. If an application on your iPhone or iPod touch can handle any of the advertised services, a command to open it right away is provided.
With PlaceHeart, you can check your current location from your PC or Mac's web browser using the iPhone's GPS. [Usage] 1. Connect your iPhone and your PC/Mac to a same WiFi network. 2. Startup PlaceHeart and switch it on. 3. Access to PlaceHeart from a web browser. - If you are using Safari, you also can choose your iPhone from the Bonjour menu to open. 4. The map will be shown, and you can check your current location. Additionally, you can use the PlaceHeart's location info as an A
The Active Viewer lets you monitor your Active Storage high-performance RAID systems on-the-go — directly from your iPhone. Simply enter the publicly available IP address (or Bonjour address) of the Active Storage RAID systems that you'd like to monitor, and get an up to date display of the system performance and utilization. All lights green mean 'all systems go' - a red light is a warning that one of the redundant field replaceable systems needs attention. You can simply dial A