Read about our CUPS development experience below.
The Office Exec software intercepts print requests from any application and allows the user to specify print, fax, e-mail and storage parameters for the job. The client software then sends the print job via TCP/IP to the server software running on Windows 2000 Server, where the job is routed to the appropriate output device based on the job parameters. Art & Logic used XML and XSLT technologies to create dynamic dialogs that system administrators can easily configure on the server. Art & Logic developed the Mac OS 9 and Mac OS X client software, including a custom Mac OS 9 desktop printer, a custom Mac OS X CUPS backend, and their corresponding client and status applications. more...
Art & Logic, Inc.
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Pasadena, CA 91101
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