HSS Interlink v3.0 for Silverlight 5 and .NET 4

Rating:        Based on 3 ratings
Reviewed:  3 reviews
Downloads: 1676
Change Set: 77326
Released: Jun 14, 2012
Updated: Jun 15, 2012 by hyspdrt
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Release Notes

Latest Release v3.0.0 - June 14th 2012

This is a major release with lots of new features.
  • Supported Client Versions:
    • Silverlight 5
    • .NET 4.0
  • Standalone UploadClient/DownloadClient - No UI so can be re-used in any appliation
  • Standalone UploadClient for Windows Azure Blob Storage
  • Removed the dependency on a ChildWindow - main UI is now a UserControl
  • Now supports direct integration with Javascript/Html (see test project)
  • New Upload Manager to coordinate uploading one or more files
  • UploadFile (file row) can be sub-classed and re-templated as desired
  • UploadClient can be extended or replaced with your own custom client
  • Since all UI are controls, can easily be enhanced, re-templated and extended
  • Improved server side handlers and pipeline handling
  • Added built-in support for chunk-retry
  • Added new options for caching and cache management
  • Clients are side by side compatible with v2.1.100 for users that cannot upgrade to Silverlight 5

Reviews for this release

amazing project. really helped my in uploaded files via silverlight. wish the documentation was a bit clearer.
by s3b4k on Mar 12, 2014 at 2:30 AM
This is a very nicely designed and implemented library that serves as both multi-download and multi-upload manager and can also upload strings, memory streams etc. to the server, without having to use WCF services, while it also seems to have added support for Azure. Have used it with in-memory captured audio to upload as WAV files to the server, directly from a memory stream, without using the UI
by Birbilis on Jul 26, 2012 at 1:59 PM
This component is top notch. It is easy to implement and is light weight. Saved me a ton of development time and all of my enterprise development will be based all on HSS components. They are tried and true and if you follow the documentation you will be up and running in no time. Even though technically these are free components I'm making a donation due the impact these components have made.
by cmulka on Jun 21, 2012 at 3:32 AM