"A source code package designed primarily for library and framework authors who want dependency free logging support in their component. Also useful in end applications. As of 5.0.0 it works with NetStandard2.0 and SDK projects. For legacy csproj format support use 4.x versions.If you are a library or framework author and you wish to provide logging support in your component there are a number of options: 1) Depend on a specific logging framework 2) Depend on Common.Logging 3) Implement your own ILog interface and make your consumers wire it up.Option 1 is not desirable because it forces your users to use a particular framework. Option 2 is not desirable because it will add yet more nuget package dependencies and project references with associated versioning concerns in addition to wiring up. Option 3 is desirable because it is dependency free but requires that your users to remember to write an adapter and wire things up.This package is a variation of option 3 but will automatically wire things up too.- It will add an ILog, ILogProvider etc to YourRootNamespace.Logging- ILog is one method to implement- Using optimized reflection, it transparently supports NLog, Log4Net, Serilog and Loupe without any wiring up required by an end user, if the end user simply has a reference to any of these logging frameworks."
"Azure Event Hubs is a highly scalable publish-subscribe service that can ingest millions of events per second and stream them to multiple consumers. This client li…"
"Internal implementation package not meant for direct consumption. Please do not reference directly. The .NET Core runtime, called CoreCLR, and the base library, ca…"
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