"Provides infrastructure for common error handling, tracing, configuration, and HTTP/REST-based pipeline manipulation. The package also exposes the CloudContext type, which enables centralized discovery of available Microsoft Azure libraries..NET Framework Recommended during Preview:At this time, applications looking to use the Microsoft Azure Management Libraries should use the .NET Framework. Management operations require the X509Certificate2 type that is not present in the Portable Class Library API surface area. The Common.NetFramework library exposes this functionality. Looking to the future, we are enabling PCL early: Microsoft Azure Active Directory integration enables token-based authentication. Coupled with appropriate platform-specific libraries, in the future more platforms will light up with support for managing Microsoft Azure services.Supported Portable Library Platforms:- .NET Framework 4.5, 4.5.1- .NET for Windows Store apps- Windows Phone 8, 8.1- Silverlight 5- Portable Class Libraries"
Project website: https://github.com/WindowsAzure/azure-sdk-for-net
"Provides classes to use caching facilities.Commonly Used Types:System.Runtime.Caching.CacheEntryChangeMonitorSystem.Runtime.Caching.CacheEntryRemovedArgumentsSystem.Runt…"
"PdfSharp for .NET CorePdfSharpCore is a partial port of PdfSharp.Xamarin for .NET Core Additionally MigraDoc has been ported as well (from version 1.32). Images have bee…"
"Package DescriptionThis package was built from the source code at https://github.com/dotnet/aspnetcore/tree/979632683c720152cc04d0684644c40512f4e953"
"Internal implementation package not meant for direct consumption. Please do not reference directly. c5a3f49c88d3d907a56ec8d18f783426de5144e9 When using NuGet 3.x this pa…"
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