In the following sections we will look at the most important applications that ship with eCAL.
We will start with the eCAL Monitor that is mainly useful for debugging, as it lets you easily see what is going on in your eCAL network.
We then look at the eCAL Recorder and eCAL Player. Those applications let you record and replay snapshots of eCAL traffic.
Last we check out eCAL Sys, which is an application to manage your (distributed) startup configurations and monitor your started eCAL Tasks.
While this Getting Started Chapter only briefly covers all applications, you can check out the separate Advanced Applications Chapter to learn more about all features of the eCAL tools.