Recent Best Practices

  • p6COM Reference Counting: A Primer

    Introduction Reference counting generally comes in two basic flavors: intrusive and non-intrusive. Non-intrusive reference counting basically means that the location of the variable which stores the reference value is outside of the “thing” being reference counted. COM interfaces make use of intrusive reference counting, meaning the underlying object maintains the reference count value itself internally. […]

  • We believe in standards

    This document was updated on 27 April 2015. We believe that standards are important and whenever possible we build our products to them. Below is a list of the standards that we have incorporated into P6R products. ASN.1 1. ITU-T RecommendationX.690, “Information technology – ASN.1 encoding rules: Specification of Basic Encoding Rules (BER), Canonical Encoding […]