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- June 6th, 2016White paper: SmartFoxServer 2X and Hazelcast integration
We have a new white paper available for download in our documentation website, called “SmartFoxServer 2X and Hazelcast integration“.
This is an advanced paper discussing how to integrate an in-memory data grid with multiple SmartFoxServer instances to create a fault tolerant system. The paper takes our classic Tris game example and explores ways of scaling it horizontally with multiple servers and a centralized data store.
Additionally we discuss ways to tackle the load balancing and how to restart interrupted games.
- June 6th, 2016SmartFoxServer 2X Haxe client API
Vincent Blanchet of Chapatiz ported the AS3 client API of SmartFoxServer 2X to Haxe, making it publicly available on GitHub for community contribution. So we took the opportunity to open the “Unofficial client API” section on the API download page.
Take a look at the bottom of this page: http://www.smartfoxserver.com/download/sfs2x#p=client
- May 3rd, 2016Objective-C API update 1.6.2 available
We have just released a new update of the Objective-C API for iOS/tvOS/Mac OS X, release 1.6.2.
The update contains a fix for a bug recently discovered.
You can read the release notes and download the frameworks from here.
- December 9th, 2015SmartFoxServer on the International Space Station!
On April 24th 2016, British ESA astronaut Tim Peake will run the full 26.2 miles of the Digital Virgin Money London Marathon from the International Space Station using RunSocial, live, starting at the same time as the 37,000 runners in Greenwich Park. Take a look here!!
RunSocial is powered by SmartFoxServer: we are very proud to be part of this thanks to A51!
- November 24th, 2015Introducing Elastic Licenses!
Elastic Licenses allow customers to fine tune their expenditure based on the application traffic and without major costs upfront.
The license is created with an adjustable amount of credit, starting as low as 10€, which is consumed based on the maximum CCU configured by the customer.
The maximum CCU can be adjusted at any time via the online manager, making it a breeze to reconfigure the license as the traffic evolves. All this can be done in real-time and without server restarts.