"Hangfire is an easy way to perform fire-and-forget, delayed and recurring jobs inside ASP.NET applications. CPU and I/O intensive, long-running and short-running jobs are supported. No Windows Service / Task Scheduler required. Backed by Redis, SQL Server, SQL Azure and MSMQ. Hangfire provides a unified programming model to handle background tasks in a reliable way and run them on shared hosting, dedicated hosting or in cloud. You can start with a simple setup and grow computational power for background jobs with time for these scenarios: mass notifications/newsletters, batch import from xml, csv or json, creation of archives, firing off web hooks, deleting users, building different graphs, image/video processing, purging temporary files, recurring automated reports, database maintenance, etc. "
"Fluxmatix ASP.NET Core tag helpers is a collection of handy ASPNET Core TagHelpers that I initially created when building BuiltWithDot.Net. Currently it includes 2 tag …"
"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 o…"
"A plugin for Microsoft.EntityFrameworkCore to support automatically recording data changes history. Comes in handy when you want to create a log of data changes over tim…"
"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…"
"Unofficial Giphy CLI as a global dotnet tool. Search for a giphy from the command line and just copy the url or markdown. It even has preview for iTerm2. Wrote this b…"
"Platform for building event-sourced, ACID transactional, in-memory data applications. Great for complex OLTP workloads. Cloud and docker ready. Millions of transactions …"
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