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Application Virtualization SDK for developers

February 1, 2010 Leave a comment

If you are developer and would like to try out library that provides a set of functions for emulating a file system and a system registry for an application, ckeck out BoxedApp SDK. It is a great way for creating virtual files, fake registry entries, keys and values.

 

With BoxedApp SDK you have following features:

  • Create virtual files
  • Create virtual registry keys
  • API for intercepting functions
  • Embed DLL
  • Embed ActiveX / OCX
  • Launching a virtual file-based process
  • Using virtual file system by several processes simultaneously
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    If you are wondering when to use this SDK see some examples below:

     –  When an application must run properly even if it doesn’t have the right to write to the system registry and to the file system

     –  When an application uses DLL and files, which are to be kept secure, and because of that you can’t save them to disk

     –  When an application needs ActiveX but doesn’t have an installer because it must run instantly, without the installation (for example, when it’s a portable application that runs from a flash card)

    Of course a lot more use cases are available, and if you would like to try it for yourself download the demo here (19 MB)

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