"ADL is a new, modern way of writing native interop for .NET. Forget DllImport, forget static classes, forget slow overhead. Interfaces to native binding code - fast, easy, and flexible. Instead of relying on compile-time name resolution, static classes, and extern methods, ADL lets you define the interface to your native code as a pure C# interface, and resolve the library to bind to at runtime. You can use it as a generic type arguments, inject mocked implementations, switch between native interop and managed implementations at will - all the flexibility of an interface, all the speed and power of native code. Try it, and see how it can improve the maintainability of your interop code."
"A tiny, cross-platform, module based, MIT-licensed web server for .NET Framework and .NET Core. * Written entirely in C#, using our helpful library SWAN * Network op…"
"Function Flow is a library that takes a set of algorithms and wires them together in to a single composite algorithm. Without Function Flow, one might right. pub…"
"Carter allows inline routing inside classes to allow you to group your resources. It sits directly on top of ASP.NET Core routing but expands its maintainability whilst…"
"I needed a simple database for my applications, so I Built one, it just stores a Key-Value pairs, it can perform checks to speed up stuff like username and password chec…"
"ASP.NET Core HATEOAS adds middleware to your service to serve JSON responses and HATEOAS payloads with minimal configuration. Simply configure each resource response, an…"
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