.NET Naming and Usage Conventions

Unless noted, the .NET API classes and functions have the same names as their C++ counterparts in the namespace Apache.Geode.Client. In .NET, all method names start with a capital letter.

The .NET interface names match those of comparable C++ interfaces, but with an ā€™Iā€™ prepended to satisfy .NET naming conventions. For example, the .NET equivalent of the C++ CacheLoader interface is ICacheLoader.

The name of the GemFire Serializable interface is IGeodeSerializable because ISerializable is a .NET built-in type.

Where possible, get* and set* functions are replaced by .NET properties.

You can implement the .NET interfaces. You cannot extend any of the classes because they are marked as sealed.