Top 20 NuGet sorting Packages

Library of time-series data historian archiving components.
Construct lambda expressions dynamically, and turn criteria models into Linq queries. Simply implement the interface: IQueryCriteria, and fluently build the expression, relating properties of the IQueryCriteria implementation to a model or entity. Just follow the two steps in the example below.
Sort large and small delimited or fixed width files by defined key(s) and direction with optional data filtering and progress reporting. Merge purge two files.
ListSortHelper is to provide the same sorting algorithm used in Array publicly to IList<T>
King.Collections Class Library
Extension method for StringComparer that adds support for natural sorting (e.g. "abc1", "abc2", "abc10" instead of "abc1", "abc10", "abc2").
This is the client side library for LightQuery - the Asp.Net Core ActionFilter for sorting and pagination
This is a shared package. It is not intended for direct reference. It is consumed by the LightQuery and LightQuery.EntityFrameworkCore packages
Asp.Net Core ActionFilter for sorting and pagination
Asp.NET Core MVC integration for the Delve library.
Asp.Net Core ActionFilter for sorting and pagination with support for EntityFrameworks async materialization
Pagination, sorting, filtering, projection and expanding library for .NET Core
Indice.AspNetCore Class Library
Nice, sleek and intuitive. A grid control especially designed for bootstrap.
General purpose C# code library.
TinySort is a small script that sorts HTML elements. It sorts by text- or attribute value, or by that of one of its children.
jui_datagrid is an Ajax-enabled jQuery plugin, useful to manipulate database data in tabular format. Fully customizable, simple but powerful API, jQuery themes compatible, localization support. It has a modular design, so it is using jui_pagination plugin for paging and jui_filter_rules plugin for s...
Allows you to topologically sort a list of objects by defining dependencies between them e.g. sorting build tasks or rules in a Chain Of Responibility