"A simple http tracing library to write request and response information to your output window. Making your life easier when debugging http calls! We oftentimes find our selves trying to figure out how to setup a proper way to see the requests and response information that our software exchange with backends. We all have suffered before setting up fiddler when debugging mobile apps in real iOS or Android devices. Your problems to reach informations such as request type, URL, headers, response body are over now :)."
Project website: https://github.com/BSiLabs/HttpTracer
Creator website: https://bsilabs.ca
"REST.NET is a simple REST and HTTP API Client for .NET Core. Why another REST client? When I started developing .NET core I couldn't find a suitable replacement for Rest…"
"Platform for building event-sourced, ACID transactional, in-memory data applications. Great for complex OLTP workloads. Cloud and docker ready. Millions of transactions …"
"The Google Places API can be used to find locations and their details like geolocation, address and other data. It returns a predicted list of locations based on the inp…"
"YoutubeExplode is a library that provides an interface to query metadata of YouTube videos, playlists and channels, as well as to resolve and download video streams and …"
"Spreads the load of geocoding an address across multiple geocoding services so your app is more resilient and you can use more of the free limits available. Currently…"
"CliWrap is a library that makes it easier to interact with command line interfaces. It provides a convenient wrapper around the target executable, allowing you to pass e…"
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