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 operations.
See the version list below for details.
Install-Package Lightstreamer.DotNetStandard.Client -Version 5.0.0-beta
dotnet add package Lightstreamer.DotNetStandard.Client --version 5.0.0-beta
<PackageReference Include="Lightstreamer.DotNetStandard.Client" Version="5.0.0-beta" />
paket add Lightstreamer.DotNetStandard.Client --version 5.0.0-beta
#r "nuget: Lightstreamer.DotNetStandard.Client, 5.0.0-beta"
The big advantage in using the Unified API is that the same consistent interface and behavior are guaranteed across different client platforms.
In other words, the same abstractions and internal mechanisms are provided for very different platforms (Web, Andorid, Java, iOS, ...), while respecting the conventions, styles, and best practice of each platform.
The API is completely revised compared to the previous version; so your existing code should be revisited to suit the new interface.
Also note that in case you use the Lightstreamer server with a license validation based on file, you may need to request and replace your existing license key files.
- Akka (>= 1.3.11)
- CookieManager (>= 2.0.0)
- DotNetty.Buffers (>= 0.6.0)
- DotNetty.Codecs.Http (>= 0.6.0)
- DotNetty.Codecs.Mqtt (>= 0.6.0)
- DotNetty.Common (>= 0.6.0)
- DotNetty.Handlers (>= 0.6.0)
- DotNetty.Transport (>= 0.6.0)
- System.Collections.Immutable (>= 1.5.0)
- System.Configuration.ConfigurationManager (>= 4.5.0)
- System.Management (>= 4.5.0)
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