"Coravel Pro is an admin panel for .NET Core. More specifically, it's a suite of backend admin tools that extended the open source Coravel library with many additional features. No ugly bootstrap admin panels here. It's crafted to be unique and intuitive. Coravel Pro follows the same goals as the open source library Coravel: - Near-zero config - Super easy to use and understand - Top-notch documentation - Empower .NET devs to build their production apps faster Features include: - Job Scheduling (DB persisted) - Job Management - Job Performance Metrics - Failed Job Error Log/History - Health Metrics Dashboard - Easily Configured Tabular Reporting Of Your EF Core Data - And others coming soon! The next big feature in the pipeline is a full CRUD interface that will hook up to your EF Core Data (and maybe more...?) Pricing: For non-commercial scenarios (side-projects, startups with no revenue, etc.) it's free to use! Try it now and see what it can do! For commercial scenarios, there are various licenses available for purchase. Yes, it's not free. Why? It's not enough to open source it and "expect" donations. This isn't a hobby project. This is a legitimate product which means (a) I will maintain it and(b) it will be production quality and (c) issues will be dealt with. Coravel is open sourced and always will be. But I need something that will (a) keep me motivated to maintain it (b) provide additional value to developers on top of Coravel. Given issues around "free" open source package maintainers getting burnt-out etc. - this ensures the Coravel ecosystem will remain healthy and not be handed over to some unknown hacker who will inject maliciously code into the libraries 😉 This seems like the best model for me 😊 Give it a try and let me know what you think! Site: https://www.pro.coravel.net/ Documentation: https://www.docs.pro.coravel.net/Installation/"
Project website: https://www.pro.coravel.net/
Creator website: https://blog.jamesmichaelhickey.com
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