7. Development (C++)#
You have learned a lot about basic eCAL communication and the eCAL Tools that it comes with. Now it is time to write your own eCAL program!
We are going to start with C++, as this is the language eCAL is written in and most users are going to use for developing performance-critical applications. eCAL however also offers a great python integration, so if you are more familiar with python, you may also want to take a look at the Development (Python) chapter first!