TMS Cloud Pack for .NET

Seamless access to cloud services from Windows and ASP.NET applications

Also available for:


v2.0.0.2 (March 9, 2017)

Version history

Feature overview

Product discontinued

The TMS Cloud Pack for .NET contains components that offer integration with several cloud services.


  • Google Drive
  • Google Calendar
  • Google Contacts
  • Google Photos
  • Picasa
  • iCloud contacts
  • iCloud calendar
  • Microsoft Live Calendar
  • Microsoft Live Contacts
  • Microsoft Onedrive
  • WebDAV
  • CardDAV
  • CalDAV
  • DropBox Cloud storage
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn
  • FourSquare
  • Flickr
  • Box
  • PushOver

Service types

Cloud PIM
Google Calendar, Google Contacts, Windows Live Calendar, Windows Live Contacts, iCloud contacts, iCloud calendar, WebDAV, CardDAV, CalDAV

Cloud storage
DropBox, Onedrive, Google Drive, Box,

Cloud image services
Picasa, Flickr


Social media
Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn

And much more

Online demos


What our customers say

Hi Bruno Just want to drop you a line about how great your presentation was today. We often fail to point out to someone when they do a great job! You did a great job, you gave me a lot of ideas, and you answered my question very well. THANK you for your great products & super support.

- Lawrence Green

Thank you for developing components where I can best describe it like this: TMS components is a case where "The wheels fit the car, and NOT the car fit the wheels". Well done.

- Sathiparsad

As always your support is extraordinary and lightning fast.


Great controls - Just like I remember from the project I worked on 1998-2003. The controls only got better


I've played with the trial of Aurelius a bit and I like what I've seen so far (Firebird 2.5 with IBObjects). Especially the way how I can get started with a legacy database is nice. I wouldn't like if Aurelius thinks it needs to be clever when it comes to maintaining the underlaying database for changes due to the technical challenges mentioned above. For sure, Aurelius has potential for being an important part in the Delphi world when writing OO-based database clients.

- Thomas Steinmaurer