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 »

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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Version 2.2.0 Released

We are very happy to announce the next release of our C# network library, version 2.2.0. The big push as part of this release was to support all .net platforms including windows phone 8. The summary of changes are as follows: Extended platform support, .Net 2, .Net 3.5, .Net 4, .Net 4.5, Windows Phone 8 […]

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