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.Net Protocol Builder 1.422262

A tool to generate TCP Protocol code in C#.

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.Net Protocol Builder is a Development software developed by Protocol Builder. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for .Net Protocol Builder:

.Net Protocol Builder is a tool to generate TCP Protocol code in C#. Don't waste Your Time coding and debugging your protocol, this may take up to two months.

Why .Net Protocol Builder?
1- 100% Pure managed code for your TCP protocol generated in C#.

2- Simple design, focus on your own data in the packet, Protocol Builder will do the structure of your packets (Start, End, ID, Type, Length ...).

3- Sophisticated Listener, Server Connection and Client Connection Classes, these are implementated using Threads, mutexes and semaphores.

4- Support for wide variety of types in the packet, this includes: string, DateTime, double, Int16, Int32, Int64, byte, UInt16, UInt32, UInt64 and byte[].

5- Built-in Protocol logger, this will keep a record of all events and all sent/received packets.

6- Generate your protocol Documentation with a click in .txt and .docx formats.

7- Save your protocol design in .apb file to amend it later and generate its code.

8- Faster time to market for your product.

9- Affordable price compared to time and efforts you would waste in building your own classes.

10- Using .Net Protocol Builder, you will have no more TcpClient, TcpListener, and NetworkStream Problems!
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