Top 20 NuGet atom Packages
IPWorks is a comprehensive framework of easy-to-use components for Internet development, including FTP, HTTP, SMTP, POP, IMAP, LDAP, DNS, SMS, SOAP, etc.
FeedReader is a .net standard 1.3 library used for reading and parsing RSS and ATOM feeds. Supports RSS 0.91, 0.92, 1.0, 2.0 and ATOM. Developed because existing libraries do not work with different languages, encodings or have other issues. Library tested with multiple languages and feeds.
Wyam is a simple to use, highly modular, and extremely configurable static content generator. This library provides support for feeds and syndication including RSS and Atom.
Atom.SDK.Net is a part of the development tools provided by ATOM, and is used to implement VPN access in .Net based applications. The package contains everything - from libraries to supporting files and drivers required to enable your app to connect to the internet through secure and encrypted VPN t...
A lightweight .NET library designed to give developers an agnostic way of parsing RSS 2.0 and Atom 1.0 XML syndication formats.
Azure Blog Storage persistence library for an event store implementation based on the Atom syndication format.
Microsoft.SyndicationFeed.ReaderWriter provides lightweight forward-only read/write APIs (similar to .NET XmlReader) to simplify operations with RSS and Atom syndication feeds. It offers extensiblity to support custom feed elements and formatting. The workflow is async on demand, which enables this ...
Adds page templates to easily generate RSS/ATOM feed based on EPiServer page tree.
[4.5, RT8, WP8, WP81] RssReader has a useful RssHelper module allowing you reading every standard RssFeed 2.0 or AtomPub in a simple way. Supports async/await pattern. Supports PRISM RDF Site Summary
Example: http://www.service-architecture.com/articles/object-oriented-databases/xml_file_for_complex_data.html dynamic obj = DynamicParser.Parse(xml); Assert.IsTrue((string)obj.product.description == "Cardigan Sweater"); foreach (dynamic catalog in obj.product.catalog_item...