SocketTools .NET Edition is a free trial software application from the Components & Libraries subcategory, part of the Development category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2014-04-30. The program can be installed on Windows, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Vista.
The SocketTools .NET Edition is a collection of Internet components for Visual Studio 2013 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.
SocketTools .NET Edition (version 8.0) has a file size of 30.79 MB and is available for download from our website.
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