Top 20 NuGet Packages depending on Dapper

Total dependencies: 670

Contains classes for MVC based Web environment...
Contains helper classes for SQL data connections, fluent SQL builders, criteria, join definitions, data mapping, validation...
SQL Server 2008+ (including Express), SQL Server LocalDB and SQL Azure storage support for Hangfire (background job system for ASP.NET applications).
The official collection of get, insert, update and delete helpers for Dapper.net. Also handles lists of entities and optional "dirty" tracking of interface-based entities.
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Dapper.FastCrud is built around essential features of the C# 6 / VB that have finally raised the simplicity of raw SQL constructs to acceptable maintenance levels. These features leave no chance to mistypings or problems arising from db entity refactorings. Visual Studio 2015 or later is recommend...
Contains classes for MVC based Web environment...
The backend and core API's for Arragro CMS.
A .NET Standard web crawling library similar to WebMagic and Scrapy. It is a lightweight ,efficient and fast high-level web crawling & scraping framework for .NET
A .NET Standard web crawling library similar to WebMagic and Scrapy. It is a lightweight ,efficient and fast high-level web crawling & scraping framework for .NET
SqlKata + Dapper + Canducci Wrapper Extensions
SqlKata + Dapper + Canducci Wrapper Extensions
SqlKata + Dapper + Canducci Wrapper Extensions
SqlKata + Dapper + Canducci Wrapper Extensions
SqlKata + Dapper + Canducci Wrapper Extensions
Pagable sortable MVC enabled grid (core files only)
Simple Get, GetList, GetListPaged, Insert, Update, Delete, DeleteList, and RecordCount extensions for Dapper. Uses smart defaults for attribute free classes but can be overridden as needed. By default uses Id column as the primary key but this can be overridden with an attribute By default qu...
Simple CRUD operations for Dapper.
EventBus and eventually consistency in distributed architectures.
EventBus and eventually consistency in distributed architectures.