Top 20 NuGet attributes Packages
AngleSharp is the ultimate angle brackets parser library. It parses HTML5, CSS3, and XML to construct a DOM based on the official W3C specification.
MrAdvice allows to weave aspects at build-time (just like PostSharp, but free as in free beer). Write your own aspects in the form of attributes and apply them to target methods or properties. This version does not require any dependency (on the opposite of MrAdvice.Fody which requires Fody).
Common functionality for .Net applications - generic repository interface, helper methods for working with attributes, built-in types, etc.
CsvReader FileLock PathParser SafeFileOverwriter GetNumberedFilePath StreamToBytes BytesToStream StreamToString StringToStream StringToBytes BytesToString ReadStruct WriteStruct ClearFolder ClearFolderRecursive GetFolderSize GetFolderSizeRecursive CountFilesRecursive IsFolder IsFile FolderIsEmpty Is...
This package is a set of utilities of extension methods, attributes, generic entity framework repository to speed up development and perform transactions more easier.
Superset of MEF attributes. In addition to Export/Import contains attributes to support modern IOC (DryIoc) features.
Super-set of MEF attributes. In addition to Export/Import contains attributes to support modern IOC (DryIoc) features.
You can use attributes in the JetBrains.Annotations namespace to annotate your own code to make ReSharper analyze it with greater accuracy and insight.
Route messages based on Routing Attributes. Includes attributes for Exchange, Queue and Routing.
Obsolete! Use https://www.nuget.org/packages/MrAdvice/ instead! MrAdvice allows to weave aspects at build-time (just like PostSharp, but free as in free beer). Write your own aspects in the form of attributes and apply them to target methods or properties.
Utilities for projects with base classes, models, interfaces, attributes and useful tools.
C# Property Mapper that utilizes attributes in order to perform the mapping. While I personally love auto mappers, I don't like being forced to configure one type to another. In the end, I am just mapping one set of properties to another set of properties. All I care about is that the names match ...