Top 20 NuGet aspnetwebapi Packages

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Common library for CacheCow project
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Seamlessly adds a Swagger to WebApi projects!
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Seamlessly adds a Swagger to WebApi projects!
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Adds the SwaggerRequestExample and SwaggerResponseExample attribute for Swashbuckle. This will populate the example property of a schema object in the output swagger.
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Extends Swashbuckle with OData v4 support! Supports both WebApi and OData controllers!
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Add a Swagger(ui 3.x) to your WebApi projects!
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Server library for CacheCow project
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Seamlessly adds a Swagger to WebApi projects! Compiled for .NET 4.5 and up. This helps with mono compatability and does not require any assembly redirects.
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An extension to the LightInject service container that enables dependency injection for Web API applications. See LightInject.WebApi.Source for the source distribution.
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Seamlessly adds a Swagger to WebApi projects!
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The API Explorer for Microsoft ASP.NET Web API Versioning.
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Seamlessly adds a Swagger to WebApi projects!
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This package contains everything you need to create OData v4.0 endpoints using ASP.NET Web API and to support OData query syntax for your web APIs.
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Performance monitoring for ASP.NET Web API - Server and client
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Provides compatibility in ASP.NET Core MVC with ASP.NET Web API 2 to simplify migration of existing Web API implementations. Commonly used types: System.Web.Http.ApiController
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A library bringing output caching (similar to MVC's "OutputCache"), to Web API actions. Strathweb.CacheOutput will take care of server side caching and set the appropriate client side (response) headers for you. This is a version for Web Api 2 only.
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A service API versioning library for Microsoft ASP.NET Web API.
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Generate C# and TypeScript codes of strongly typed client API for ASP.NET Web API
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Use ASP.NET Web API with CQRS.NET
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This package is part of the Azure Mobile .NET Server SDK and contains the Web API Controller you need to serve data to legacy Web browsers from your .NET mobile app. To learn more about Azure Mobile, go to http://azure.microsoft.com/mobile.