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Is Kanaka a Mac OS X NetWare Client? Kanaka is a directory access plug-in for Mac OS X clients; Kanaka authenticates a user to Novell eDirectory and Novell's Native File Access to provide access to a user's storage. Kanaka automates the process for providing users access to their NetWare services. It is worth pointing out that while Outlook 2013/2016 on PC use MAPI/HTTP or RPC/HTTP to connect to Exchange 2013/2016 servers, both clients on Mac (Mac‘s own Mail client and Microsoft Outlook for Mac) uses Exchange Web Services (EWS). Today Novell released Versions 2.7.1.1 and 2.8.0.1 of Novell Kanaka for Mac. These new builds include OpenSSL version 1.0.1gwhich is a fix for the Heartbleed vulnerability that can expose encrypted data being transmitted between components and a web browser.

Closest thing I've found is How to incorporate WebSockets into a Cocoa application, but the answers only pointed to an outdated library.

Does anyone know about a WebSockets library compatible with iOS 4.x?

I've also read about Pusherapp, and, as good as the service could be, I would prefer to use my own WebSockets server.

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You can check out the UnitT Web Socket Client. It is intended for use in iOS apps using Objective-C. It works with both ws & wss.

I am the author and have been using it in some of my projects with success. Let me know if you run into any trouble and I will do what I can to help.

Josh MorrisJosh Morris

Found this post in a google search for iOS WebSockets and wanted to put an updated answer.

Anyways, Zimt and Unitt's client don't support the latest standard (at the time of writing this).

(disclaimer: author of SocketRocket)

We just released a new library that has no external dependencies, supports RFC 6455 completely, and works with iOS 4.x+.

It's called SocketRocket and can be found here

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You could make a web application using one of several Cocoa-like libraries and then convert it to a native app using something like PhoneGap/Apache Cordova.

  • Cappuccino - Make webapps using Objective-J and Cocoa-like API.

  • SproutCore - Apple's Cocoa for the web

  • Toth - a multi-user SproutCore library that uses WebSockets.

For the server side there are lots of options. Just search for 'websockets server' on github.com.

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Closest thing I've found is How to incorporate WebSockets into a Cocoa application, but the answers only pointed to an outdated library.

Does anyone know about a WebSockets library compatible with iOS 4.x?

I've also read about Pusherapp, and, as good as the service could be, I would prefer to use my own WebSockets server.

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You can check out the UnitT Web Socket Client. It is intended for use in iOS apps using Objective-C. It works with both ws & wss.

I am the author and have been using it in some of my projects with success. Let me know if you run into any trouble and I will do what I can to help.

Josh MorrisJosh Morris

Found this post in a google search for iOS WebSockets and wanted to put an updated answer.

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Anyways, Zimt and Unitt's client don't support the latest standard (at the time of writing this).

(disclaimer: author of SocketRocket)

We just released a new library that has no external dependencies, supports RFC 6455 completely, and works with iOS 4.x+.

It's called SocketRocket and can be found here

mikelikespiemikelikespie
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You could make a web application using one of several Cocoa-like libraries and then convert it to a native app using something like PhoneGap/Apache Cordova.

  • Cappuccino - Make webapps using Objective-J and Cocoa-like API.

  • SproutCore - Apple's Cocoa for the web

  • Toth - a multi-user SproutCore library that uses WebSockets.

For the server side there are lots of options. Just search for 'websockets server' on github.com.

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