I've been extremely pleased with your software - it's well designed, well documented, and it works. We've been using it extensively with a multi-port RS-232 board and it's performed flawlessly.
We tried implementing the Sun Comm API package but had problems on our SPARC-V9 64-bit Solaris 2.6 maestimonials
We tried implementing the Sun Comm API package but had problems on our SPARC-V9 64-bit Solaris 2.6 machine. SerialPort provided the solution we needed.
I got SerialPort on Friday night, had it integrated into our app by noon on Saturday. I must say, the docu
I got SerialPort on Friday night, had it integrated into our app by noon on Saturday. I must say, the documentation is Superb, the sample application source code is very enlightening.
SerialPort is a Nice API, much nicer than javax.comm, especially the Modem utility class and the SnoopLoop.
Just wanted to say that I just purchased the Mac SerialPort package, and it does everything I needed. Thanks for supporting the Mac platform!
The Serialio package has given my Java programming a whole new dimension. Thank you for making this possible.
The USB-RS232 drivers installed properly on my Mac OSX 10.2 (17" G4 laptop) and your serial lib works splendidly allo
The USB-RS232 drivers installed properly on my Mac OSX 10.2 (17" G4 laptop) and your serial lib works splendidly allowing me to talk to an Eventide DSP7000 via serial on a Mac!
I wrote you just hours ago about how I've had problems with Sun's COMM API implementation with our product that utilizes serial communications to talk to a GSM Modem. Sometimes we get this error code from the Java COMM API. "Win32 Comm Driver: Error 995". I thought it was something badly implemented with Sun's API. Sure enough, I order your product and no more problems! I didn't even have to change my code since you provide the Comm API wrapper. Beautiful! Thank you so much!
The SerialPort toolkit made me look very good in front of a customer today. Hats off to you!
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Many thanks for your excellent service. If only all software support could be so superb!!!
The level of support you have provided makes me extremely glad that I purchased your product (XModem Professional) and will definitely recommend it to anyone...It was extremely easy to use to develop my application.
Setting out to write a serial port application in Java, I had thought that the world of java serial port libraries was in shambles. I tried everything I could find and couldn't get anything to work until I found Serialio.com SerialPort. These libraries worked right off the bat, and gave me the flexibility to choose how I wanted to implement them, and Serialio.com implementation of javax.comm kept me from having to rewrite much of my code. Every step along the way to getting my application working, the SerialPort support helped me keep going, promptly answering all my inquiries and working with me until we had come up the best solution for my serial port application. Thanks!
Thanks for all your help, we got our program working. It was refreshing to see your willingness to help, you don't see that kind of helpfulness in the software industry too often.
Thanks a lot for a great product!
I always select the SerialPort API over javax.comm.SerialPort whenever I have a choice. The javax.comm.SerialPort API is difficult to setup and to use, especially having to deal with the silly properties file. In addition (or should I say, in subtraction) javax.comm.SerialPort does not provide a proper transmit timeout feature, so threads have the potential of lockup when transmitting. -