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An Asynchronous Socket Server and Client

, 29 Apr 2009
An asynchronous socket server and client with encryption and compression.
Prize winner in Competition "C# Apr 2006"
asyncsocketserverandclient.zip
Code
Demos
CertificateCreation
ca.crt
ca.key
cert.crt
cert.csr
cert.key
cert.p12
Chat
ChatClient
ChatClient.csproj.user
Properties
ChatConsoleServer
ChatConsoleServer.csproj.user
Properties
ChatCryptService
ChatCryptService.csproj.user
Properties
ChatServiceServer
ChatServiceServer.csproj.user
Properties
ChatSocketService
ChatSocketService.csproj.user
Properties
Echo
EchoConsoleClient
EchoConsoleClient.csproj.user
Properties
EchoConsoleServer
EchoConsoleServer.csproj.user
Properties
Service References
EchoCryptService
EchoCryptService.csproj.user
Properties
EchoForm
EchoFormTemplate.csproj.user
Properties
EchoFormClient
EchoFormClient.csproj.user
Properties
Settings.settings
EchoFormClientSynch
EchoFormClientSynch.csproj.user
Properties
EchoFormServer
EchoFormServer.csproj.user
frmEchoServer.cs~RFc68903.TMP
frmEchoServer.Designer.cs~RFc68932.TMP
frmEchoServer.Designer.cs~RFc68a3b.TMP
frmEchoServer.resx~RFc6898f.TMP
Properties
Settings.settings
EchoSocketService
EchoSocketService.csproj.user
Properties
EchoWindowsServiceServer
EchoWindowsServiceServer.csproj.user
Properties
Source
ALAZ.SystemEx
ALAZ.SystemEx.csproj.user
bin
Debug
Release
ALAZ.SystemEx.dll
ALAZ.SystemEx.pdb
Properties
RuntTimeEx
InteropServicesEx
ThreadingEx
ALAZ.SystemEx.NetEx
ALAZ.SystemEx.NetEx.csproj.user
ALAZLibSN.snk
bin
Debug
Release
ALAZ.SystemEx.dll
ALAZ.SystemEx.NetEx.dll
ALAZ.SystemEx.NetEx.pdb
ALAZ.SystemEx.pdb
Properties
SocketsEx
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About the Author

Andre Azevedo
Software Developer (Senior)
Brazil Brazil
- Living in São Paulo, Brazil
- Developing since 1994 with
* Clipper (Summer '87 and 5.02)
* FoxPro (DOS, 2.6), Visual Foxpro (6, 7, 8, 9)
* Delphi (1, 2, 5, 7, 2007)
* C# (2.0, 4.0)

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