"DotNetify is a free, open source project that lets you create real-time, reactive, cross-platform apps with React, React Native, Vue, or Knockout front-end on C# .NET back-end. Features: - Simple and lightweight - no heavy JS client-side framework, and no REST APIs. - Reactive back-end MVVM architecture on both .NET Core and .NET Framework. - Built-in real-time across WebSocket with SignalR. - Full support for single-page apps, including deep-linked, nested routing and token-based authentication. - Powerful back-end infrastructure, including dependency injection, WebSocket request/response pipelines, and modern tooling like VS2017 and Webpack."
Project website: http://dotnetify.net
Project twitter: dotnetify
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