Top 20 NuGet contenttype Packages

Add the ProtoBuf binary format and endpoint to a ServiceStack web service host.
Add the MsgPack binary format and endpoint to a ServiceStack web service host.
Add the ProtoBuf binary format and endpoint to a ServiceStack web service host.
Add the Wire binary format and endpoint to a ServiceStack web service host.
Add the MsgPack binary format and endpoint to a ServiceStack web service host.
Constants for (almost) all MIME types and method to determine MIME type from a file name. Contains just over 1000 mime types. Generated from the Apache server mime.types file and the H5PB nginx mime.types file. Works similar to .NET's System.Web.MimeMapping.GetMimeMapping. See: http://svn.apache.o...
MediaTypeFormatter allowing the use of YAML (YAML Ain't Markup Language) as a the MIME-Type or content-type in ASP.NET Web API. Both serialization and deserialization are supported allowing web services to both emit and accept YAML in place of XML or JSON. The underlying YAML parsing and rendering...
Add the ProtoBuf binary format and endpoint to a StackExpress web service host.
Add the MsgPack binary format and endpoint to a StackExpress web service host.
Add the ProtoBuf binary format and endpoint to a ServiceStack web service host.
Add the MsgPack binary format and endpoint to a ServiceStack web service host.
Deprecated. Use the strong named ServiceStack.ProtoBuf package instead.
Free and Open Source fork of NServiceKit.Plugins.ProtoBuf V3 Add the ProtoBuf binary format and endpoint to a NServiceKit web service host.
Deprecated. Use ServiceStack.Wire instead.
Free and Open Source fork of NServiceKit.Plugins.MsgPack V3 Add the MsgPack binary format and endpoint to a NServiceKit web service host.
A simple set of additional tools for managing site content types.
This library helpes you decide the allowed files in your system by letting the file go through specific checks (filttering layers) before doing anything to the file. It supports four layers of checking including MimeTypes, and Content-Types. Usage: YOUR_IFormFile.IsFileAllowed(ARGS);