"Primarily a software developerĘs guide for enabling UPnP, this book also provides a thorough introduction for those new to the technology. Described are the basic UPnP concepts such as control points, devices, and services and the protocols that form the foundation of UPnP. Developers are also shown how to develop a UPnP device from start to finish, including choosing a UPnP SDK, adding device discovery, defining device services, handling subscriptions, and adding a presentation page. Advanced topics include UPnP audio and video and adding AV support to a device. Also presented are ideas for the future such as UPnP Internet gateway devices, and simple control protocol."
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Michael Jeronimo has been a developer for 14 years and is currently a software architect at Intel Corporation. Michael is at the forefront of advancing the PC in the home of the future and has been active in evangelizing the UPnP standard, including a role in the Remote I/O working committee in the UPnP Forum. His product expertise includes compilers, security, networking, software architecture, design patterns and human-computer interaction. Michael has four patents pending for Intel and has been actively involved in standards development with groups such as DMTF, IETF and the UPnP Forum.
Jack Weast is a senior software engineer at Intel Corporation and leads the development of UPnP-based devices for media distribution within the "Digital Home." Jack’s work has ranged from solving laptop power management and mobility issues to developing Bluetooth and Intel Xscale-based embedded Linux devices. As a developer involved with emerging technologies that extend the PC’s role in the home, Jack has spoken at a variety of events, including the Intel Developer Forum.
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