Chains 0.10.1.7

A library to help create small application modules that are dependency and test friendly.
     It is the base for modules as micro-services. There are two concepts: The chains and the actions.
     The chains act like a state machine representation of the class, holding a context, which actions can be applied. While actions are applied either the data or context returned might change.
     Using common patterns over this methodology small components can be build that can be easily testable and injectable through each other.
     
     (Check the examples at the project link)

     Supports Mono.

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Install-Package Chains -Version 0.10.1.7
dotnet add package Chains --version 0.10.1.7
<PackageReference Include="Chains" Version="0.10.1.7" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add Chains --version 0.10.1.7
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#r "nuget: Chains, 0.10.1.7"
#r directive can be used in F# Interactive, C# scripting and .NET Interactive. Copy this into the interactive tool or source code of the script to reference the package.
// Install Chains as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=Chains&version=0.10.1.7

// Install Chains as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=Chains&version=0.10.1.7
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Release Notes

Bug fix #2

NuGet packages (5)

Showing the top 5 NuGet packages that depend on Chains:

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Services.Communication
Takes the chain library concept a bit further away, and adds protocol support for the objects that are using the chain concept. You may send actions throught the wire and apply them in different application, process and/or computer domain contexts (chains). This library takes out that complexity and applies them. (Check the examples at the project link) Supports Mono.
Services.Management
With service management library you can start and manage chains and contexts developed with Chains and communication services. Building up on the tcp protocol support, the "worker" and "admin" concepts are been introduced (admin as the manager process for multiple workers). All the possible actions between them are defined here, like starting, installing, uninstalling, versioning and general management. The responsible management component, the executioner, is also introduced. It is the part that starts modules using a given json configuration, coordinating admin, worker and update procedures. (Check the examples at the project link) Supports Mono.
xLibrary
xTags Library is an xml extension to the web building block: Tags. Allows the developer to build scalable and distributed templated UI with databind, REST and other awesome features. This package includes only the C# implementation.
Services.Packages
Provides the tools and classes to update and manage applications broken into packages. Includes the update-server and simple api-key security providers. Supports Mono.
Services.Extensions
Connects http handlers with xtag-ui context and provides the base classes for admin/worker management from web. Supports Mono.

GitHub repositories

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Version History

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1.0.0.3 1,180 5/11/2016
1.0.0.2 741 5/2/2016
1.0.0.1 787 4/27/2016
0.10.2 771 4/11/2016
0.10.1.16 740 4/10/2016
0.10.1.15 766 4/10/2016
0.10.1.14 795 4/7/2016
0.10.1.13 753 4/7/2016
0.10.1.12 761 4/7/2016
0.10.1.11 757 4/7/2016
0.10.1.10 767 4/7/2016
0.10.1.9 740 4/3/2016
0.10.1.8 770 4/3/2016
0.10.1.7 761 4/2/2016
0.10.1.6 772 4/2/2016
0.10.1.5 798 3/10/2016
0.10.1.4 826 3/10/2016
0.10.1.3 794 2/15/2016
0.10.1.2 786 2/14/2016
0.10.1.1 901 2/9/2016
0.10.1 774 2/7/2016
0.10.0.2 1,076 1/30/2015
0.10.0.1 841 12/13/2014
0.10.0 1,091 12/10/2014
0.9.5.14 884 12/3/2014
0.9.5.13 943 12/3/2014
0.9.5.12 916 12/2/2014
0.9.5.11 859 11/29/2014
0.9.5.10 917 11/27/2014
0.9.5.9 846 11/26/2014
0.9.5.8 857 11/26/2014
0.9.5.7 958 11/26/2014
0.9.5.6 1,242 11/18/2014
0.9.5.5 1,059 11/17/2014
0.9.5.4 1,082 11/17/2014
0.9.5.3 1,178 11/17/2014
0.9.5.2 1,032 11/17/2014
0.9.5.1 1,164 11/17/2014
0.9.5 1,625 11/8/2014
0.9.4.2 911 9/18/2014
0.9.4.1 874 8/26/2014
0.9.4 1,030 8/24/2014
0.9.3.1 1,109 8/9/2014
0.9.3 916 7/29/2014
0.9.2.6 963 4/23/2014
0.9.2.5 888 4/23/2014
0.9.2.4 789 4/23/2014
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0.9.2.1 890 2/15/2014
0.9.2 826 2/15/2014
0.9.1.13 797 1/25/2014
0.9.1.12 1,634 1/13/2014
0.9.1.11 919 1/7/2014
0.9.1.10 915 1/7/2014
0.9.1.9 923 1/7/2014
0.9.1.8 946 1/7/2014
0.9.1.7 1,018 1/6/2014
0.9.1.6 927 1/6/2014
0.9.1.5 1,006 1/6/2014
0.9.1.4 1,002 1/6/2014
0.9.1.3 924 1/4/2014
0.9.1.2 923 1/4/2014
0.9.1.1 929 12/31/2013
0.9.1 988 12/20/2013
0.9.0.7 921 12/19/2013
0.9.0.6 1,106 12/16/2013
0.9.0.5 936 12/11/2013
0.9.0.4 996 12/7/2013
0.9.0.3 1,051 11/27/2013
0.9.0.2 949 11/26/2013
0.9.0.1 951 11/24/2013
0.9.0 1,003 11/22/2013
0.8.9.18 935 11/18/2013
0.8.9.17 936 11/15/2013
0.8.9.16 1,004 11/15/2013
0.8.9.15 991 11/15/2013
0.8.9.14 931 11/13/2013
0.8.9.13 955 11/10/2013
0.8.9.12 964 11/10/2013
0.8.9.11 942 11/10/2013
0.8.9.10 930 11/10/2013
0.8.9.9 916 11/10/2013
0.8.9.8 948 11/10/2013
0.8.9.7 970 10/30/2013
0.8.9.6 1,004 10/30/2013
0.8.9.5 992 10/29/2013
0.8.9.4 953 10/25/2013
0.8.9.3 979 10/25/2013
0.8.9.2 909 10/24/2013
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0.8.9 978 10/24/2013
0.8.8.18 983 10/23/2013
0.8.8.16 941 10/16/2013
0.8.8.15 955 10/11/2013
0.8.8.14 1,001 10/11/2013
0.8.8.13 991 10/9/2013
0.8.8.12 951 10/8/2013
0.8.8.11 928 10/4/2013
0.8.8.10 937 10/2/2013
0.8.8.9 953 10/2/2013
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0.8.8.7 965 10/1/2013
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0.8.8.5 973 9/30/2013
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0.8.8.3 961 9/28/2013
0.8.8.2 989 9/27/2013
0.8.8.1 1,025 9/25/2013
0.8.8 989 9/23/2013
0.8.7.4 1,078 9/20/2013
0.8.7.2 954 9/18/2013
0.8.7.1 943 9/18/2013
0.8.6.4 989 9/4/2013
0.8.6.3 942 9/4/2013
0.8.6.2 959 9/4/2013
0.8.6.1 987 9/2/2013
0.8.6 1,012 9/1/2013
0.8.5.2 982 8/30/2013
0.8.4.10 980 8/28/2013
0.8.4.9 983 8/28/2013
0.8.4.8 912 8/28/2013
0.8.4.7 834 8/28/2013
0.8.4.6 851 8/28/2013
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