Top 20 NuGet execution Packages

Class library that defines a script language and an object abstraction of computable elements. The library helps application parse and execute script. Script is extensible, and it is easy for modules to extend the script engine.
Contains script extensions for statistical computations.
Contains script extensions for the persistence layer. Allows for searching for, creating, updating and deleting objects in the object database from script.
A quick and dirty benchmarking action filter for .NET Core.
Light weight framework for orchestrating command execution from the command line.
Logs the execution time for blocks of code
Small library for executing powershell scripts.
Contains script extensions for graphs.
A library for building contract based execution flows, providing computational expression builder for the classic Async<Choice> where Choice is recrated as a Type called Result.
Utilities for parsing and executing commands from a command line.
A simple to use task scheduler for .NET core applications. Run code at specific times and set run recurrence.
Remote method execution framework for .NET based on client-server model. This package contains framework core classes.
Gets the execution folder of the given assembly
Framework for .NET Framework 4.6.1 or greater, and .NET Core 2.0 or greater, to generate measurements about the times consumed by a method. You can execute a method more than 1 time at the same time to measure all times consumed by each execution, getting the average time consumed in total.
Remote method execution framework for .NET based on client-server model.
Remote method execution framework for .NET based on client-server model. This package contains network transport layer implemented with Lidgren framework.
Logs the execution time for ASP.NET MVC Action methods
Remote method execution framework for .NET based on client-server model. This package contains framework interfaces.
The Execution Context Scoping package adds the 'Execution Context Scope' lifestyle, which allows instances to live within an explicitly defined execution context scope (or logical call context) and get disposed when this scope ends. This scope allows flowing through asynchronous method calls.
Measure execution time by regions of code