"fuget dot org is a nuget package browser combined with an API browser. The package browser uses the nuget.org API to display all the packages in their index. The API browser combines the XML documentation and the metadata of the package's assemblies to help you explore and learn. For open source projects, it will even decompile the assembly so you can see how it works. I built the site because I always seemed to need some info not shown on nuget.org. I also wanted an easier way to explore APIs so I could decide which package to use when there are multiple options."
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