Top 20 NuGet microsoft Packages
This is the Azure Mobile Apps .NET Server SDK quickstart package, which references all other server SDK packages. To learn more about Azure Mobile, go to http://azure.microsoft.com/mobile.
Infrastructure for error handling, tracing, and HttpClient pipeline configuration. Required by client libraries generated using AutoRest.
Azure DevOps Server Client Integrate with Azure DevOps Server, Team Foundation Server 2017 and Azure DevOps Services from desktop-based, ASP.NET, and other Windows applications. Provides access to version control, work item tracking, build, and more via public REST APIs.
Azure DevOps Server Extended Client Integrate with Azure DevOps Server, Microsoft Team Foundation Server and Azure DevOps Services from desktop-based Windows applications. Work with and manage version control, work items, and build, and other resources from your client application.
Microsoft Visual Studio Services Client Integrate with Team Foundation Server 2017 and Azure DevOps Services from desktop-based, ASP.NET, and other Windows applications. Provides access to shared platform services such as account, profile, identity, security, and more via public REST APIs.
Microsoft Visual Studio Services Client (Interactive) Integrate with Azure DevOps Server from desktop-based Windows applications that require interactive sign-in by a user.
Provides ADAL based authentication for Azure management client libraries
This package provides AspNetCore HttpSys server based communication listener for Service Fabric microservices.
This client library enables working with the Microsoft Azure Storage services which include the blob and file services for storing binary and text data, and the queue service for storing messages that may be accessed by a client. For this release see notes - https://github.com/Azure/azure-stor...
Provides resource group and resource management capabilities for Microsoft Azure.
Use this package if you're developing automation in .NET to manage Azure Search indexes, synonym maps, indexers, data sources, or other service-level resources. If you only need to query or update documents in your indexes, use the Microsoft.Azure.Search.Data package instead. If you need all the fun...
Use this package if you're developing a .NET application using Azure Search, and you only need to query or update documents in your indexes. If you also need to create or update indexes, synonym maps, or other service-level resources, use the Microsoft.Azure.Search package instead.
Common types needed by the Azure Search .NET libraries. This is not the package you are looking for; It is only meant to be used as a dependency.