21 packages returned for Tags:"Fluid"

Fluid is a template engine based on the Liquid markup, with focus on performance and .NET programming patterns.
Fluid is a flexible, all-in-one SDK for Everybody Edits made with the programmer in mind.
  • 3,719 total downloads
  • last updated 3/14/2011
  • Latest version: 0.3.2
  • units fluid
Unit library to facilitate the modeling and manipulation of distances, areas, etc
Tagger is a fluid Html tag builder that supports Html creation in a compile safe and testable way.
Ink is an interface kit for quick development of web interfaces, simple to use and expand on. It uses a combination of HTML, CSS and JavaScript to offer modern solutions for building layouts, display common interface elements and implement interactive features that are content-centric and user... More information
Elsa is a set of workflow libraries and tools that enable super-fast workflowing capabilities in any .NET Core application. This package provides a Liquid expression evaluator based on Fluid.
Ink is an interface kit for quick development of web interfaces, simple to use and expand on. It uses a combination of HTML, CSS and JavaScript to offer modern solutions for building layouts, display common interface elements and implement interactive features that are content-centric and user... More information
Utility for building the application environment using various configuration sources such as arguments, environment variables, json files, xml files etc. Supports a fluid API and is open to configuration and extension. Can easily be integrated with 3rd party tools and utilities.
There are incredible options for web scrapping like BeautifulSoup4 in python, but I needed an easy to use and understand scrapper for .Net family. This is a simple, extensible and easy to understand html scrapper. Using a fluid syntax you'll be able to extract information from HTML documents... More information
An extensive measurement, unit, and data conversion library for .NET. var twoFeet = new Measurement(2, Units.Length.Feet); var twelveInches = new Measurement(12, Units.Length.Inches); var result = twoFeet + twelveInches;... More information