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A full library for a Socket Client/Server system

, 14 Jan 2015 CPOL
My article shows a library that everyone can use to create their socket communication. Also it explains how the library is developed.



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13 - publicly available No 14-Jan-15 6:20 Available Alessandro Lentini
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11 No 6-Apr-13 19:11 Pending Alessandro Lentini
I've added two new functionalities as describe at the end of the article. I still keep the previous source code because the new one works only in .Net 4.0
10 No 6-Apr-13 13:47 Composing Alessandro Lentini
Updates in content. 596 changes had been made.
8 No 25-Mar-13 9:57 Pending Alessandro Lentini
Add a new event in the source code and in the 'Changes on new versions" section
6 No 24-Mar-13 13:43 Pending Alessandro Lentini
Fixed a bug in the version V2
4 No 23-Mar-13 19:02 Pending Alessandro Lentini
Add new classes in the source code and a note about that at the end of the article.
3 No 22-Mar-13 12:06 Available Smitha Vijayan
Updates in content. 68 changes had been made.
2 No 18-Mar-13 11:12 Available Sean Ewington
Updates in content. 1 changes had been made.
1 No 18-Mar-13 8:59 Pending Alessandro Lentini
Initial creation


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About the Author

Alessandro Lentini
Team Leader Mediatech Solutions
Italy Italy
I’m an IT Project Manager for an Italian Betting Company and over the last 2 years I acquired experience in Betting area.
I have developed code in different object oriented languages (C#, C++, Java) for more than 10 years using a set of technology such as .Net, J2EE, multithreading, etc…

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