By adding support for Websockets MobileVNC is now fully compatible with HTML5 based VNC Viewers such as noVNC! See in the following video how MobileVNC remote controls an Windows CE Industry Panel by just using a Chrome Webbrowser. The Browser is able to directly connect to the Windows CE embedded industrial Panel by typing in its IP address.
Today, the new release 2.1 of MobileVNC VNC Server for Win32, Windows CE and Windows Embedded Compact was published. It features some major bugfixes and an additional licensing option for the base VNC server library (vnc.lib and vncserverlib.h) integration for your own products. MobileVNC, as a native VNC implementation, offers a tiny footprint VNC integration without any dependencies. MobileVNC is running fast even on the tiniest Windows CE platform and it is backwards compatible until Windows CE 4.2. MobileVNC offers binaries for x86, ARM and MIPS CPU platforms.
Today, the new version 2.0 MobileVNC was released! MobileVNC now comes with full Win32 support and Websocket HTML5 client included (noVNC). MobileVNC implements a tiny, copy to install, VNC server that offers remote control for your Windows CE and Win32 based devices. The range of supported devices ranges from mobile barcode scanners, Point-Of-Sales terminals, industrial terminals and smartphones. The MobileVNC server offers tiny footprint and low prices (9.95€ for full commercial license/device). MobileVNC represents an easy solution for remote control and maintenance of a large number of distributed Point-Of-Sales (POS) or logistics terminals.
In the recent MobileVNC release, the Windows CE and Windows Mobile based VNC server software solution added support for HTML5 viewers. In fact, MobileVNC added the popular Kanaka noVNC viewer. The Windows CE VNC server opens a tiny HTTP server and serves this HTML5 based noVNC viewer. The user just has to open a Web Browser that supports HTML5 (e.g. Chrome) and view the Windows CE device right away out of his Browser. A detailed description of this new HTML5 feature can be found here.
Today, i tested an Android VNC viewer software on my HTC Magic phone in order to control my Windows Mobile HTC Jade mobile phone over WLAN. I video documented this nice experiment here: