Top 20 NuGet dependency Packages
Long Running Process Execution in Dotnet. Runs long running processes in the background of your application allowing you to fire and forget any long running processes you may need to execute. Helper elements to get Service Resolution and Dependency Injection available.
Command, Dependency Property and Attached Property patterns. Also contains WPF controls for PostSharp.Patterns.Model. An official PostSharp pattern library.
Eunice is based on the premise that software structure and modularity improve when dependencies are unidirectional. Eunice analyses source code, infers its structure and shows if the dependencies match.
Adds support for loading services into dependency injection to the hosted application by convention.
Essence.DependencyInjection provides extensions to the .NET Core DI Provider for Automatic Injection. Continually updated with new features and bugfixes as necessary, commercially supported from Cedita.
This package allows you to implement ViewModel Navigation and Dependency Injection in a Xamarin.Forms project
Adapter for the Microsoft.Extensions.DependencyInjection IoC Container
Extensions of IOC component AspectCore-Framework inner Injector Container for Cosmos base library
Enhance the Microsoft dependency injection framework to support named or keyed registrations.
A utility library in .Net Standard 2.1 to add dependency injection to Xpandables.Standards.
NsDepCop helps you to eliminate unintended or unnoticed code dependencies in your application. Add the NuGet package to your C# projects and specify the dependency rules in the config.nsdepcop files. The dependency analyzer will be run automatically on every build. See project site for details (http...
The microsoft dependency injection integration library for the singularity ioc container
It is very light weight Dependency Resolver based on patterns & practices - Unity. It can resolve both MVC Controller and WebApi Controller.
Provides an extension method for registering SqlRepoEx components in IoC container using Microsoft Dependency Injection (Microsoft.Extensions.DependencyInjection)