We’ve been busy behind the scenes making sure our C# network library is as rock solid as we can make it. To that end we are happy to announce the release of version 2.1.0. We have made the following changes:
- Changed from log4net to NLog for the purposes of logging. We are looking forward to the support of mobile frameworks and unfortunately log4net contains too many compatibility issues. Please see the AdvancedSend example in the downloadable solution for a demonstration of the new logging setup syntax.
- We like to keep our solution as clear as possible so we have done a little house cleaning by adding solution folders.
- During further testing we uncovered some unforeseen IPv6 bugs, rest assured they have been squashed.
- To make using NetworkComms.net as easy as possible to use we have added some further examples and tutorials.
We always welcome any feedback on our networking library so please feel free to leave us a comment or a forum post.
Comments ( 2 )
I love this lib.
Its quite hard to start because of the structure (multiple namespaces with static classes etc. – not as intuitive as other libs)but it needs so little code to do something. Its great.
But i dont get why nobody seems to know about this lib? Maybe you could do more do make it “public”. I didnt find it with google while i was searching for network libs.
Heya Max. Many thanks for the comment. It’s great to hear you like the library. Don’t forgot there are connection specific methods available as well if you don’t want to use the static ones.
We are actually in the process of publicising the library as we speak. Hopefully it will become a little easier to find out about us very soon.
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