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Bluetooth Framework
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Bluetooth Framework is a useful automation library that helps you to create mobile communication software, namely IdDA, Bluetooth, and similar options that employ the COM ports. It is worth mentioning that the components are developed in a way that permits them to act as either client or server for the RFCOMM.

Irrespective of how they are used, it is important to note that the application should not be accessing any COM ports in order to communicate with a remote Bluetooth device. The library packs various native methods that ensure that this principle is respected.

More often than not, when working on a Bluetooth connection, developers need to configure one client class for each client connection required. Proving you are employing the set of components to act as the primary RFCOMM server, this aspect becomes obsolete as the components are designed to handle multiple connections at the same time.

As far as compatibility is concerned, the library can cater to three programming languages, namely VCL, C++, and .NET. To be more precise, the .NET Edition is compatible with .NET Framework 2.0 to 4.7.1, Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 to 2017 as well as various versions of Borland, Code Gear RAD Studio, and Embarcadero RAD Studio 2010 to 10.2 Tokyo.

Limitations in the unregistered version
Nag-screen appears when you start and stop using the Bluetooth Framework
You can not use the demo version for developing free or commercial applications
You can not use the demo version for developing applications for your own needs

Bluetooth Framework is a useful automation library that helps you to create mobile communication software, namely IdDA, Bluetooth, and similar options that employ the COM ports. It is worth mentioning that the components are developed in a way that permits them to act as either client or server for the RFCOMM. Irrespective of how they are used, it is important to note that the application should not be accessing any COM ports in order to communicate with a remote Bluetooth device. The library