Top 20 NuGet attributes Packages

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Take advantage of vNext for your RawRabbit setup. Extension for IServiceCollection, IConfiguration support and much more!
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A modern framework for communication over RabbitMq.
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AngleSharp is the ultimate angle brackets parser library. It parses HTML5, CSS3, and XML to construct a DOM based on the official W3C specification.
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MrAdvice allows to weave aspects at build-time (just like PostSharp, but free as in free beer). Write your own aspects in the form of attributes and apply them to target methods or properties. This version does not require any dependency (on the opposite of MrAdvice.Fody which requires Fody).
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Configure messages and topology with attributes.
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Obsolete! Use https://www.nuget.org/packages/MrAdvice/ instead! MrAdvice allows to weave aspects at build-time (just like PostSharp, but free as in free beer). Write your own aspects in the form of attributes and apply them to target methods or properties.
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Registering components into Autofac container using attributes
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You can use attributes in the JetBrains.Annotations namespace to annotate your own code to make ReSharper analyze it with greater accuracy and insight.
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Attribute-based schema definitions for GraphQL in .NET
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Keep registration configuration in attributes
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C# Property Mapper that utilizes attributes in order to perform the mapping. While I personally love auto mappers, I don't like being forced to configure one type to another. In the end, I am just mapping one set of properties to another set of properties. All I care about is that the names match ...
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A collection of attributes for modern testing.
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This library contains the patching attributes for the Patchwork assembly modification framework. You must reference this library from your patch assembly.
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Extensions for configuring Autofac with attributes
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Use the Attribute Builder to build an attribute from a lambda expression. It helps in reflection emit scenarios if you need to apply attributes to assemblies, modules and types.
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Google Annotation Gallery library rewritten in C#
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A class library containing a collection of funny and/or usefull attributes to brighten up every developers code. Why use '//' when you can write [Magic] or [BossMadeMeDoIt]?
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Attributes for configuring Autofac registrations
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Basic set of extensions and helpers for the .NET framework A set of MVC utilities like menuitems, breadcrumbs, meta tags, Google analytics tags and more.