WiFi Development Tools are used in the development and testing of network interfaces and components that enable the wireless transmission of data. They enable the programmer to control, monitor, and debug wireless networks using standard IEEE 802.11 standards.
These tools provide traffic analyses, performance measures, and allow for debugging. They also allow developers to grant access to a network, monitor usage, and manage user accounts. Additionally, they enable the development of test suites and facilitate the generation of detailed network information. This information can be used to optimize the performance of networks and plan for their future development.
The development tools are beneficial for network engineers, by making it easier to quickly identify problems, solutions, and areas for improvement in the overall WiFi infrastructure. They help to minimize the amount of time spent analyzing and fixing any issues that may arise. Furthermore, they provide the necessary tools and features to ensure that any new hardware or applications are properly tested before being put into production.