The Citrix Virtual Channel Software Development Kit (SDK) provides support for writing server-side applications and client-side drivers for additional virtual channels using the ICA protocol. The server-side virtual channel applications are on XenApp or XenDesktop servers. This version of the SDK provides support for writing new virtual channels for Receiver for Linux. If you want to write virtual drivers for other client platforms, contact Citrix.
The Virtual Channel SDK provides:
For more information on SDK, see Citrix Virtual Channel SDK for Citrix Receiver for Linux 13.6.
For information on command-line reference and parameters, see Citrix Receiver for Linux 13.6 Command Reference.
As part of the HDX SoC initiative for Citrix Receiver for Linux, we have come up with the 'Platform optimization SDK' for enabling an ecosystem of low cost, low power, high performance devices with innovative form factors.
The Platform Optimization SDK can be used by developers looking to improve the performance of Linux-based devices by allowing them to create plug-in extensions for the ICA engine component (wfica) of Citrix Receiver for Linux. Plugins are built as shareable libraries that are dynamically loaded by wfica. These plugins can help you optimize the performance of your Linux devices, enabling the following functions:
For information, see Citrix Receiver for Linux - Platform Optimization SDK.