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January, 2011

27 January
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Photon Server SDK v2.4.4

The new v2.4.4 SDK is a bugfix release. Since last Friday we fixed a few problems that slipped through testing: The Dashboard will now start again and the MMO Application got a minor fix as well. Aside from the bug fixes, we added a new feature to the PhotonControl tool. […]

25 January
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Photon iPhone SDK v6.4.1

This release fixes a crash bug, which appeared on the iPhone under certain circumstances. This crash bug was introduced in the last release v6.4.0, released 21.01.2011. Additionally, the ObjC API contains a UTF32 extension to Apple’s NSString class, offering an easy to use way for conversions between wchar_t* and NSString*. […]

21 January
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Photon Server SDK v2.4.0 Released

The new Photon Server SDK v2.4.0 is now available on our download page. It includes several fixes, improvements and now also features the NetSync Demo. We renamed the PhotonSocketServer.xml to PhotonSocketServer.config, which should make it more transparent when we refer to it as “Photon config”. In it, we set shadow […]

21 January
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Native Client SDK v6.4.0 Release

The new version of the C / C++ / objC SDKs is now available. The clients for win32 and iPhone now have support for unicode strings (which were already supported by the server and the .NET clients). We also fixed a critical memory leak. The range of other improvements on […]

21 January
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DotNet SDK v6.1.0 Client Release

We just uploaded new Client SDKs for Unity3d and DotNet. Silverlight is still pending an update. We’ve got several changes in this release but most noteworthy might be the support for encryption. After exchanging keys with the Server and deriving the shared key, Operations and responses can be exchanged encrypted. […]