156 packages returned for Tags:"netfx"

Simple.OData.Client is a multiplatform OData client library supporting .NET 4.x, .NET Standard, .NET Core, iOS and Android. The adapter provides a great alternative to WCF Data Services client. It does not require generation of context or entity classes and fits RESTful nature of OData services.... More information
Simple.OData.V4.Client is a multiplatform OData client library supporting .NET 4.x, .NET Standard, .NET Core, iOS and Android. The adapter provides a great alternative to WCF Data Services client. It does not require generation of context or entity classes and fits RESTful nature of OData services.... More information
  • 90,845 total downloads
  • last updated 3/26/2013
  • Latest version: 1.3.3.2
  • netfx validation
The only argument validation file you need, with full refactoring support and strong-typing. Examples: Guard.NotNull(() => value, value) Guard.NotNullOrEmpty( () => stringValue, stringValue)
Suplements the built-in Resources .resx C# generator by generating a strong-typed class named Strings from the same .resx file, but exposing format parameters as method parameters and organizing strings in classes according to the resource name if it uses underscores. i.e. User_InvalidCredentials... More information
Simple.OData.V3.Client is a multiplatform OData client library supporting .NET 4.x, .NET Standard, .NET Core, iOS and Android. The adapter provides a great alternative to WCF Data Services client. It does not require generation of context or entity classes and fits RESTful nature of OData services.... More information
  • 21,782 total downloads
  • last updated 8/30/2011
  • Latest version: 1.1.0
  • netfx format
Readable formatting strings using named parameters and a custom or anonymous object as the context, like "Hello {FirstName} {LastName}".FormatWith(customer).
  • 19,902 total downloads
  • last updated 12/22/2011
  • Latest version: 1.1.0.3
  • netfx AppDomain
Provides strong-typed persistence of data in an AppDomain, which can also be transient and automatically removed on dispose. Usage: AppDomain.CurrentDomain.SetData<Foo>(foo); var saved = AppDomain.CurrentDomain.GetData<Foo>();
Implements the tracing interface on top of the System.Diagnostics.TraceSource capabilities, extending it with log4net-style hierarchical logging and runtime dynamic configurability of trace sources.
  • 19,444 total downloads
  • last updated 6/28/2011
  • Latest version: 1.2.0
  • netfx http wcf webapi
Strong-typed Linq to Web API. Builds on top of HttpClient and provides the easiest way to interface with typed REST services that are modeled around typed entities or contracts. Example: var products = client .Query<Product>("products") .OrderBy(x =>... More information
The interfaces provided by this package allow component authors to provide tracing statements that are agnostic to the actual implementation that will be used when they are used at runtime, which is an initialization concern that belongs to the application initialization or other... More information
  • 16,140 total downloads
  • last updated 3/6/2019
  • Latest version: 1.0.0.11
  • netfx reflection
Strong-typed static reflection via Reflect: // Void static method MethodInfo cw = Reflect.GetMethod( () => Console.WriteLine); // Instance void method MethodInfo mi = Reflect<IView>.GetMethod(v => v.Show); // Boolean returning instance method MethodInfo pi = Reflect<IViewModel>... More information
Provides conversion of DateTime and DateTimeOffset into an epoch-relative number value (total seconds). See Unix Epoch in Wikipedia for more information on why this might be needed. Typical uses include using this simplified representation as an expiration time for a token, password or... More information
Provides full reflection capabilities using C# 4.0 dynamic syntax, including invoking and accessing public, internal or private, instance or static members including constructors.
Provides the IEventStream interface of a reactive extensions stream, allowing trending and analysis queries to be performed in real-time over the events pushed through the stream, as well as flexible subscription models.