Top 20 NuGet Database Packages
A SQLitePCL.raw 'provider' bridges the gap between SQLitePCLRaw.core and a particular instance of the native SQLite library. Install this package in your app project and call SQLitePCL.raw.SetProvider(new SQLitePCL.SQLite3Provider_sqlcipher()); Depending on the platform, you may also need to add o...
F# type providers to support statically typed access to input parameters and result set of sql statement in idiomatic F# way. Data modifications via statically typed tables.
Writes MySqlConnector logging output to Microsoft.Extensions.Logging with one line of code.
DataBooster is a high-performance extension to ADO.NET Data Provider, includes a light encapsulation to minimize your DAL code and a booster to maximize throughput for writing huge numbers of records to database. Please visit https://github.com/DataBooster/DataAccess for detail.
A server-side library for .NET that extends WebSync to use SQL Server as a backend message hub for horizontal scaling. (Community Edition)
An Insight.Database provider for MySql so the two can play together nicely. Automatically installs MySql.Data driver.
A PostgreSQL provider for Insight.Database so Insight.Database can do its magic on PostgreSQL. Automatically installs Npgsql PostgreSQL driver.
A Sybase ASE provider for Insight.Database so Insight.Database can do its magic on PostgreSQL. Automatically installs Sybase ASE drivers.
Replaces the DataContractJsonSerializer that Insight.Database uses with Newtonsoft.Json (JSON.NET).
This is an Error Logger for C# Applications. It uses a standard class library to allow you to easily log all errors to a single Text File an SQL Database or an SQLite Database. You can pass in parameters to allow the log to be created in a specific location with any given name. This library now als...
Key Value Database, Wrapped Dynamic IL generation with debugging + extensions, IOC Container, Object Database, RPC Library, Snappy Compression, Event Storage
Pure, fast and scalable .NET property graph and object hybrid database. No new graph language to learn, all accomplished with a .NET API.