Top 20 NuGet owin Packages

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OWIN middleware and helpers for Firestorm
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WebApiThrottle message handler and action filter are designed for controlling the rate of requests that clients can make to an API based on IP address, client API key and request route. WebApiThrottle works with ASP.NET Web API hosted is IIS, Owin with IIS and Owin self-hosted.
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http middleware for proxy.support nfinal mvc,asp.net mvc and .net core
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Abp.Owin
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Configure Owin Framework middleware using Urchin
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Mocks of Owin Framework interfaces to use in your unit tests
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OAuth2 introspection middleware for OWIN/Katana.
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This package contains OWIN middleware and hosting infrastructure for DotVVM apps. DotVVM is an open source ASP.NET-based framework which allows to build modern web apps without writing any JavaScript code.
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This package contains ASP.NET Core middleware and hosting infrastructure for DotVVM apps. It supports both .NET Framework and .NET Core. DotVVM is an open source ASP.NET-based framework which allows to build modern web apps without writing any JavaScript code.
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WampSharp Owin support
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Adds additional OAuth providers for OWIN to use with ASP.NET
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Enables Nancy integration with Microsoft.Owin.Security middleware.
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OWIN middleware for providing a resource/action based authorization manager.
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OWIN logging extensions using LogJam
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This package contains base classes and interfaces of DotVVM that might be useful in a business layer. DotVVM is an open source ASP.NET-based framework which allows to build modern web apps without writing any JavaScript code.
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NFinal2 MVC framework.
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OAuth2 validation middleware for OWIN/Katana.
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Command-line compiler for DotVVM.
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OpenID Connect extensions for the OpenID Connect server middleware.
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