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A visual designer for the lightweight CQRS.net framework. Using this package you can generate much of the boiler plate code involved in implementing a scalable, enterprise grade CQRS project ready for deployment on-premise or on Azure.
The built-in, Sql Store in the CQRS.NET cannot process non-primitive properties on the entity classes in read stores and data stores. If your entity classes require more comp[lexity than just basic, flat primitive property structures, this package will allow you to use Microsoft SqlServer as... More information
The API allows to subscribe to real-time data pushed by a Lightstreamer server and to send any message to the server. The library offers automatic recovery from connection failures, automatic selection of the best available transport, and full decoupling of subscription and connection... More information
These packages include the resources needed to write Remote Data Adapters and Remote Metadata Adapters for Lightstreamer Server with .Net. Each Lightstreamer session requires the presence of an Adapter Set, which is made up of one Metadata Adapter and one or multiple Data Adapters. Multiple... More information
This library can be used to develop a .NET application that works as a client of Lightstreamer Server, in order to send and receive real-time data. The minimum requirements for supported environments are: .NET 4.5, Windows 8, Windows Phone Silverlight 8, ASP.NET Core 1.0. The Lightstreamer... More information
Part of the The Realtime Framework, Realtime Cloud Messaging (aka ORTC) is a secure, fast and highly scalable cloud-hosted Pub/Sub real-time message broker for web and mobile apps. If your website or mobile app has data that needs to be updated in the user's interface as it changes (e.g. real-time... More information
The Web Solutions Platform (WSP) event system is a general-purpose distributed publish/subscribe event system designed for high performance and low latency. Publish/subscribe is a common communication pattern though there are many variations to solve different scenario requirements. The event system... More information