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Waifai - Connect, scan and disconnect wireless network devices.

Ahoi everyone,

we recently release **Waifai **on the Marketplace. Excited to see what you guys can build with this.

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Here are the details:

Overview

Waifai’s core features let you scan for available wireless network stations near you, establish connection to a chosen network, get details about a current connection or disconnect a wlan adapter from its current station.
The intuitive blueprint library exposes all core features, so it can be used anywhere. Waifai’s modular architecture allows advanced user to writer their own platform API, to quickly expose platforms not natively supported. It currently ships with native support for **Windows **and macOS.

Get connected today!

Documentation:

Product Page: think-biq.com/waifai
Demo Project: think-biq.com/waifai/demo/4.25
Feature Reference: think-biq.com/waifai/docs/reference
Source: think-biq.com/waifai/docs

Support

Discord: think-biq.com/community/waifai

Technical Details

Features:

★ Control wireless network access through blueprint
★ Asynchronous operations for connect, scan and disconnect
★ Actor component to enable any blueprint to listen to wifi events
★ Modular architecture allows for custom platform API implementation (C++)

Core Part:

Number of C++ Classes: 59
Number of Blueprints: 2
Number of Structures: 2
Number of Materials & Instances: 4
Number of Textures: 1
Number of Meshes: 1
Supported Development Platforms: Tested on Windows & Mac
Supported Target Build Platforms: Tested on Windows & Mac
Documentation: Source Code Documentation, Reference Document, Demo Project
Network Replicated: No
Demo Project: think-biq.com/waifai/demo/4.25
Support: think-biq.com/community/waifai

Architecture

We focused effort on providing an architecture, which will allow us and everyone using it to extend Waifai to support additional platforms in the future. Initally it supports native platform driver for macOS and Windows.

The core functionallity is expose to Blueprint, with a set of static nodes.

And an actor component, to react to a streamlined set of device events.

You’ll find further resources, documentation and demo map on our product page.


Hope you guys have fun with this. Feel free to tweet at @now_think_biq](https://twitter.com/think_biq) or @blurryroots](https://twitter.com/blurryroots) with the hashtag #waifai and show us what you created using Waifai.