The FreeTextBox control provides a WYSIWYG HTML editing environment for ASP.NET (Web Forms) Web pages. Visitors can edit text and click on buttons to format their text. The control is written in C# and has many options for customization.
MFC classes to add flat, non-3D, â€œwater-colorâ€ Office XP-style UI controls to MFC apps. They have no raised edges, do not look â€œpushed inâ€ when clicked, and are not â€œshadowedâ€ (except for menus).
Bosswareâ€™s SMTPClient is a .NET SMTP client for adding outgoing email to apps and to Web pages. It doesnâ€™t use .NETâ€™s resource-hungry System.Web.Mail, which is merely a wrapper for CDONTS and CDOSYS. Written in 100% managed C# and CLS compliant.
Lumisoftâ€™s UI Controls 0.11 contains over a dozen basic flat controls for Windows Forms apps. The controls can be configured using the Property tab in VS.NET, but lack advanced WYSIWYG design-time support and databinding. Seems somewhat buggy.
A digital audio processing class library for .NET that lets developers create their own sound filters or use the ones implemented by the author, such as Gain, Delay, and Reverb, as well as the ability to read and write .WAV files.
SharpZipLib is a free, open-source compression library for .NET. It supports Zip, Gzip, Tar, and Bzip2. Also computes checksums. Currently lacks Zip file splitting/spanning, custom self-extracting Zip files, and reading/writing to memory.
The .NET Framework lacks support for some network protocols. With Smillaâ€™s .NET Communication Library, developers can add NNTP to their .NET apps. It is written in C# and is distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License.
.NET lacks FTP classes. KCommon FTP component lets programmers build .NET apps so users can send or receive files via FTP. Supports synchronous and asynchronous transfers. Supports passive but not active mode. Written in C#. Doesnâ€™t support proxies.