Maybe Moving on …

After 5 years of building the best NetworkComms.Net library available we are considering the possibility of moving on to new projects. If we did we want to make sure we leave NetworkComms.Net in the hands of someone who is willing to support it further. If this does not happen we will certainly continue to fully […]

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Version 3.0.0 Released

We happily announce the next major release of our network library. It represents significant steps forward in features, flexibility and extensibility. NetworkComms.Net 3.0.0 introduces the following new features: Bluetooth connections (only for .net 3.5 upwards, excluding Windows Phone 8 and WinRT). Unmanaged connections –  Interface with other network libraries, embedded controllers, legacy hardware devices, etc. Support for […]

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Version 3.0.0 (Beta2) Released

We happily announce the next major (beta2) release of our network library. It represents significant steps forward in features, flexibility and extensibility. NetworkComms.Net 3.0.0 will introduce the following new features: Bluetooth connections (only for .net 3.5 upwards, excluding Windows Phone 8 and WinRT). Unmanaged connections –  Interface with other network libraries, embedded controllers, legacy hardware devices, etc. […]

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Version 3.0.0 (Beta1) Released

NOTE: Beta2 has now been released which supersedes beta1, please see the updated article here. We happily announce the next major (beta1) release of our network library. It represents significant steps forward in features, flexibility and extensibility. NetworkComms.Net 3.0.0 will introduce the following new features: Bluetooth connections (only for .net 3.5 upwards, excluding Windows Phone 8 and WinRT). [...] Continue Reading »

Alternatives To WCF

NetworkComms.Net is the easiest and most intuitive alternative to WCF (Windows Communication Framework). Click here for a full list of features. A lot of people ask us why they should choose NetworkComms.Net over WCF and the simplest answer is that it’s not a fair comparison, although NetworkComms.Net is still the better choice. A more valid […]

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Version 2.3.0 Released

We are very happy to announce the next release of our network library, version 2.3.0. Our focus for this release was to ensure that NetworkComms.Net was fully supported on a wider range of mobile platforms, e.g. iOS and Android. A full list of changes is as follows: – Extended mobile platform support to include Xamarion.iOS […]

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C# Network Library

The motivation behind NetworkComms.Net was to create a fully featured C# network library with which network functionality could be easily added to any application, from .net 2 up to .net 4.5 (Mono, Unity3d, iOS, Android, WinRT/Windows Store and Windows Phone 8 also supported). We also wanted to require little to no knowledge of networking to make things […]

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Adding Network Functionality To Any .Net Application in 3 Lines of Code

Please give us 60 seconds to demonstrate the simplest, most concise, way of adding network functionality to any .Net application. Using our network library you can send any custom object via TCP or UDP using IPv4 or IPv6 across multiple platforms in just a single line of code. Having said that there are also many more powerful [...] Continue Reading »