Top 20 NuGet binary Packages

Binary string librarhy, .NET standard version
Small plugin for SQL Management Studio for big binary data to set and check flag.
Package Description
Helps read/write and convert between legacy IBM System formats and .NET types. Includes IbmConverter class as well as BinaryReader & BinaryWriter extensions for EBCDIC string, Big Endian Int16, Big Endian Int32 and IBM System/360 single precision floating point format.
Deprecated in favor of Syroot.BinaryData
This library implements Kaitai Struct API for C#.
A fast generic PriorityQueue data structure .NET
Avro provides: Rich data structures. A compact, fast, binary data format. A container file, to store persistent data. Remote procedure call (RPC). Simple integration with dynamic languages. Code generation is not required to read or write data files nor to use or imple...
BDDSharp is a C# library for manipulating roBDDs (Reduced Ordered Binary Decision Diagrams).
Cross-platform file reader for windows Portable Executable file format.
This package contains all you need to define SBE messages and generate C# encoders and decoders. See for more detailed instructions
Fast serializer supporting multiple formats targetting game developers
Apache Avro™ is a data serialization system. See for more info. This release of the Avro library diverges from the official release with modifications by @blachniet.
BiserObjectify is an object generator for Biser.NET
Numbers stored as the positions of 1's in their binary form, useful for math with power of 2 towers. Main type: SparseInteger
Protocol Buffers is the name of the binary serialization format used by Google for much of their data communications. It is designed to be: small in size - efficient data storage (far smaller than xml) cheap to process - both at the client and server platform independent - portable between different...
ProtoBuf DSL (proto2 / proto3) and descriptor tools for protobuf-net
A tool to verify binary compatibility of a set of .dll files.
Protocol Buffers is a binary serialization format and technology, released to the open source community by Google in 2008. Its primary use is to produce small fast binary representations of a 'message' or object for serialization or transportation. There are various implementations of Protocol Buf...
Deprecated. Use the strong named ServiceStack.ProtoBuf package instead.