SocketTools .NET Edition

SocketTools .NET Edition

for Windows

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The SocketTools .NET Edition is a collection of managed Internet components for Visual Studio 2010 and earlier versions. C# and Visual Basic developers can easily upload and download files, send and receive email, execute remote commands and perform other common tasks with just a few lines of code. SocketTools is designed to make it easier to incorporate Internet functionality in your applications without any complex programming or in-depth knowledge of how the various Internet protocols work.

SocketTools includes over twenty components that can be used with both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows, supports the IPv6 network protocol and provides support for both standard and secure, encrypted connections using SSL/TLS and SSH. Each component is thread-safe and can be used with either synchronous or asynchronous network connections.

SocketTools includes a comprehensive Developer's Guide and Technical Reference, as well as examples for both C# and Visual Basic. Your projects can be redistributed without any additional runtime licensing fees or royalties, and your purchase includes a thirty day money-back guarantee. Free, unlimited technical support is available to all registered developers. Catalyst is a trusted company with over 15 years experience developing Internet components, with extensive technical support resources for developers new to Internet application development.

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SocketTools .NET Edition is a product developed by Catalyst Development Corporation. This site is not directly affiliated with Catalyst Development Corporation. All trademarks, registered trademarks, product names and company names or logos mentioned herein are the property of their respective owners.

Technical Information

Name
SocketTools .NET Edition
File size
25.43MB
Requires
Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista
Updated
2022-09-25
Developer
Catalyst Development Corporation
Downloads
139 901

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