AWS Component for .NET
The SprightlySoft AWS Component allows you to quickly create
Microsoft .NET applications that interact with Amazon
Web Services. You can programmatically
access all functionality of all services offered by Amazon. Copy and paste
functions you need from the sample code to build a cloud
computing application today.
Use the link below to download the SprightlySoft AWS Component for .NET package.
The package includes an assembly you can reference in your Visual Studio
projects, sample applications in VB.NET and C#, as well as documentation.
The component is free to use and redistribute.
Download the AWS
Component for .NET
2013-01-28 v2.11.894 (836 KB)
Supported Amazon Services
The SprightlySoft AWS Component works the following Amazon services.
* Services denoted by an asterisk are supported by the SprightlySoft AWS
Component but are not supported by Amazon's AWS SDK for .NET.
- Sample code in C# and VB.NET.
- Works in all Windows Forms, Console, and ASP.NET Web application projects.
- Support for all REST operations.
- Use of the component closely follows examples in Amazon's documentation.
- Work directly with request URLs, and response XMLs.
- Complete access to request headers and response headers.
- Easy to generate and add authorization signatures.
- Ability to generate authorization signatures remotely.
- Multithreaded examples.
- Ability to abort an operation in progress.
- Dedicated technical support.
- Completely free!
Amazon S3 and Glacier Features
- Upload and download a file with progress notification.
- Limit the speed of a transfer.
- Display the current speed and time remaining for a transfer.
- Ability to resume a download.
- Full support for multipart uploading.
The SprightlySoft AWS Component includes everything you need
to build a rock solid, high performance application using
the world's best cloud computing infrastructure.
If you require a copy of the AWS Component source code it is available with a support
agreement. For the term of your agreement you will have access to the
latest source code as well as premium support.
Purchase a Support Agreement
Documentation and information on common issues can be found in the online support section.
- Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 or later.
- Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 or later.
- An Amazon Web Services account.