This section of the document describes how an application interfaces to the ÁH Router. If you are only interested in using the router, please go directly to the
Set Up page.


Router Interface

There are three ways for a client application communicate with the ÁH Router. One is by a programmatic interface using Unix FIFOs, another is through User Datagram Protocol (UDP) and the last is through the use of AppleScripts.

The ÁH Router project contains a folder called Examples. Within that folder are example Cocoa and Carbon programs that go through the FIFO interface, a Cocoa example of using the UDP interface, and some example AppleScripts.