"Spreads the load of geocoding an address across multiple geocoding services so your app is more resilient and you can use more of the free limits available. Currently handles Bing and Google geocoding services. Written in C# with .Net Standard the package should be consumable by most clients. Test coverage is at 80% and rising with more geocoders and documentation to be come. We also want to demonstrate a serverless example so that your geocoding can be handled as cheaply as possible (depends on a shared state being saved somewhere)."
"dotnet-db-migrate is a global tool you can install you aid you in database migrations. Under the hood it uses db-up, anyone who has used this knows you have to create…"
"Cofoundry is an open source .NET Core CMS designed to work unobtrusively with your application. It's simple to install and our code-first approach to content and feat…"
"Function Flow is a library that takes a set of algorithms and wires them together in to a single composite algorithm. Without Function Flow, one might right. pub…"
"The inspiration for this project BinaryFormatter and MessagePack were a massive disappointment for many things I wanted to do, so I decided to make my own! What it d…"
"Sejil is a library that enables you to capture, view and filter your ASP.net core app's log events right from your app using a custom url. It supports structured logging…"
"YamlDotNet is a .NET library for YAML. YamlDotNet provides low-level parsing and emitting of YAML as well as a high-level object model similar to XmlDocument. A serializ…"
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