51 packages returned for Tags:"array"

LINQ to JavaScript
LINQ to JavaScript (JSLINQ) is an implementation of LINQ to Objects for JavaScript. It is simple to use and gives much needed power and flexibility to performing LINQ style queries agains traditional JavaScript Arrays. If you are using an Array, you can use LINQ to JavaScript to step up your game.
ArraySlice performance optimizer.
Array Slice allows to build memory shared arrays with the same syntax as an array and still retain the performance of using raw arrays. We modify the IL to make sure you can squeeze all the performance that it is available to you.
StarMath: Static Array Math Library
While there are already countless math libraries for performing common matrix/array functions, StarMath is distinguished by its simplicity and flexbility. There is no need to declare vectors and matrices in a specific library format. It works simliar to Math.function calls in C#. The library is... More information
jinqJs Query Library (javaScript)
Provides you the ability to query, update and delete javaScript arrays using SQL like syntaxes and LINQ like expressions. Version 1.2+ provides a plug-in architecture to add your own functions. Version 1.2+ now requires the "new" keyword when creating a jinqJs() instance. Version 1.3+ supports... More information
Inspect values in JSON strings with single line expressions and plain old CLR objects without using foreach/if to extract values from JSON. Extract the 42 from ["first",{"aString":"HelloWorld","aNumber":42}] with C# expression: json.AsList[1].AsDictionary["aNumber"].AsInt
Javasscript Array Extensions
You can found many examples there https://github.com/powerumc/array-extensions If you have any questions feel free to contact me. http://blog.powerumc.kr powerumc@gmail.com
WCF File Sender
Dynimc WCF client to to watch a folder and when a new file get created this cleint will call a WCF serv9ice dyinmc and send a rray of byte with file name to that service
blitz by: tunc
Blitz++ is a (LGPLv3+) licensed meta-template library for array manipulation in C++ with a speed comparable to Fortran implementations, while preserving an object-oriented interface.