.NET Caching Library
The .NET Caching Library by Kellerman Software can take on many different roles when it comes to caching. Its primary role is to be utilized for client side caching for desktop, Silverlight, and Windows Phone 7 applications. It can also perform distributed caching for use in a web farm. Similar to our other components, the .NET Caching Library is super easy to configure and use. When client caching is used, the client contains a local memory cache and a local back store of files, isolated storage, or a local database such as Ninja Database Pro, MS Access, Sqlite, or VistaDb. When distributed caching is used, each web server contains a local memory cache with a shared back store of SQL Server, Oracle, or MySql. Encryption of the back store cache is as simple as setting a property. The .NET Caching Library is the only product available that supports client side caching. It supports all .NET project types including WPF, Winforms, ASP.NET, Silverlight, Web Services, WCF, and Windows Phone 7. It supports all .NET languages including VB.NET and C#. Download the full list of features.
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|Distributed Server Caching||Shared back store accross a web farm.|
|Desktop Client Caching||Save to a local cache with a local database or files.|
|Silverlight Client Caching||Memory cache plus a local isolated back store cache.|
|Windows Phone 7 Client Caching||Memory cache with a local database or file cache|
|Scavenging||Set the maximum size and maximum number of items for the memory and back store cache. Items expire using Least Frequently Used, Least Recently Used, or Largest Size.|
|Assembly Versioning||Each cache object has an associated assembly version. When rolling out a new version of your application, client side cache objects automatically expire.|
|Asynchronous Operation||Saving, deleting, and scavenging are performed asynchronously. This includes asynchronous encryption and serialization.|
|Dependencies||Save your cache object with multiple tags to easily delete by dependency.|
|Extensible||Easily create your own back store provider by inheriting from our storage provider.|
|Documentation||Industry standard formatted help and an easy to use demo is included.|
|Royalty Free Distribution||Include with any .NET project royalty free. Deploy on an unlimited number of servers.|
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- Full working version
- Includes technical support
- Works with .NET 2.0 and higher
When using this software you meet the following system requirements.
- Silverlight 3 and higher, Windows Phone 7 and higher, Windows 98, Windows 98 SE, Windows 2000 with SP4, Windows ME, Windows XP with SP2, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows 2000 Server with SP4, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2016
- .NET Framework 2.0, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, 4.5.1, 4.6
- 1 MB Hard Disk Space for Installation
//Attach a file cache provider
SmartCache.Storage= new FileCacheProvider ();
int year = DateTime.Now.Year;
report = ReportLogic.MonthlySalesReport(month, year);//Save to the cache using the default expiration type and default expiration minutesSmartCache.Save<List<ReportDetail>>(cacheKey, report);
Q: How do I use my license key?
A: SmartCache.UserName ="my user name";
SmartCache.LicenseKey= "my license key";
Q: I lost my license key how do I retrieve it?
A: Go to your account
Q: I lost my software how do I retrieve it?
A: Go to downloads
Q: Where can I download the latest version of my software?
A: Click the download tab.
Q: How does the licensing work?
A: The .NET Caching Library may be installed on an unlimited number of servers, developer workstations, and end user workstations.
Q: What happens when the trial expires?
A: An exception is thrown, indicating that the trial is expired.
|2/28/2009||1.0||Initial release. This is the only component on the market that is able to perform caching for smart clients using a local database or file cache. Features include asynchronous saving, deleting, and expiration. Compatible with SQL Server, Oracle, MS Access, SqLite, and VistaDB as back stores. Easily extensible framework allows you to develop your own custom back store.|
|3/21/2009||1.04||New features include Delete by Regular Expression, Delete by Wildcard, and Expire Smallest Size.|
|4/25/2009||1.08||The library can now be used in a web hosted medium trust environment.|
|6/2/2009||1.09||By request, the .NET Caching Library performs asynchronous compression of all caching for all providers.|
|10/29/2009||1.11||New ease of use feature; the licensing now propagates to the entire provider hiearchy. the update.|
|4/14/2010||1.15||This is a critical update which fixes an asynchronous transaction issue with the SQL Server Provider. The ClearAll performance has been increased for all database providers and the memory provider.|
|7/9/2010||1.17||This release includes a .NET Framework 4.0 Build for Visual Studio 2010.|
|9/1/2011||2.0||New features include, Silverlight Client Side Caching, Windows Phone 7 Client Side Caching, support for MySQL, support for isolated storage, support for Ninja Database Pro.|
|1/17/2012||2.09||New features include, support for Silverlight 5 and support for WriteableBitmap.|
|10/19/2014||2.11||This update fixes a compatibility issue with projects using ClickOnce deployments.|
|2/24/2016||2.15||Builds for .NET Framework 4.5.2 and 4.6. The library remains 100% managed code but is now compatible with COM.|