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Using TurboFloat

TurboFloat allows you to add floating licensing (a.k.a. concurrent licensing) to your application. TurboFloat comes in 2 parts:

  1. The TurboFloat Server: the Windows Service / Unix daemon that issues the "floating license" leases. Your customers can spin up TurboFloat Server instances on our infrastructure, or they can activate and install, and configuring the TurboFloat Server on their network.

  2. The TurboFloat library: what you include with your application to allow for floating licensing. You can integrate it with your app using any programming language. Read on for specific language articles:

Use TurboFloat library with any programming language

You can integrate the TurboFloat library in your app no matter what programming language you use. Here are some tutorials:

Need to integrate TurboFloat with another language and you're not sure how? Ask us on the forum.

Requirements for TurboFloat & TurboFloat Server

TurboFloat works on Windows Vista through Windows 11, macOS (Mac OS X), Linux, and BSD:

There are no external dependencies. Also, TurboFloat works on the following CPU architectures:

Cross platform compatibility

Your app, using the TurboFloat library, can "talk" to the TurboFloat Server no matter which platform either the TurboFloat library or the TurboFloat Server are sitting on. For example your app could be running on Linux and talking to a TurboFloat Server running on Windows.

This gives your customers flexibility to install the TurboFloat Server instance on a computer that best fits their needs.