118 packages returned for Tags:"asynchronous"

Microsoft Async
This package enables Visual Studio 2012 projects to use the new 'async' and 'await' keywords. This package also includes Task-based extension methods that allow using some of the existing asynchronous APIs with the new language keywords. Windows Phone Silverlight 8 projects can use this package to... More information
A cross-platform, fully asynchronous fork of the popular PetaPoco micro-ORM. Supports SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, and SQL Server CE. Runs on .NET Framework (4.5 and above), .NET Core (1.0 and 2.0), Mono, Xamarin (iOS, Mac, and Android), and UWP.
Punch.UI Utils (formerly Cocktail 2012 Utils)
Punch is a blend of three popular frameworks: Caliburn.Micro + DevForce + Entity Framework. Line of business applications need to query and save database data, model the data as objects with business logic, and present those objects to the end user. Punch takes care of these fundamental... More information
WebApiClient
WebApiClient is a simple and powerful .NET Portable Library built to work as a middle layer between your application and a RESTFul service, like the Microsoft WebApi. It provides methods to make asynchronous, typed WebApi requests using the HttpClient class. It takes care of all the logic... More information
C# client-side rate limiting utility. Features: * Easy to use * Fully asynchronous: lower resource usage than thread sleep * Cancellable via CancellationToken * Thread safe so you can share time contraints object to rate limit diferent threads using the same resource * Composable: ability to... More information
Punch.UI Compatibility Pack (formerly Cocktail 2012 Compatibility Pack)
Punch is a blend of three popular frameworks: Caliburn.Micro + DevForce + Entity Framework. Line of business applications need to query and save database data, model the data as objects with business logic, and present those objects to the end user. Punch takes care of these fundamental... More information
Readers and writers for CSV and fixed-length file formats. Supports both synchronous and asynchronous operation, data annotations, and wicked fast object serialization.