Top 20 NuGet crud Packages

Cruder is the usefull, generic and authorization supported Asp.Net MVC framework which is allows you to create CRUD based applications quickly. Please visit https://github.com/btungut/Cruder.Net for more details, how-to use documentation and source files.
A CRUD wrapper for Dapper. In order to use it, you'll need a provider; Jaunty.SqlClient or Jaunty.PgSql
PostgreSQL support for Jaunty
SQL Server support for Jaunty
Lightweight implementation of Repository Pattern based on Dapper ORM. This implementation supports CRUD operations via auto-generated plain SQL
Core component of the CRUD.NET package family, providing support for DDD-inspired C.R.U.D. functionality of .NET REST APIs and Microservices
A simple abstraction atop the Dapper and Dapper.SimpleCRUD extension methods for testability.
Being RESTful with SugarCRM in .NET C#
A clone+mod of Dapper.SimpleCRUD but with type-safe common CRUD methods instead of error-prone anonymous parameter objects. (some private static methods caused issues that meant I couldn't simply extend the SimpleCRUD partial class) Adds strongly typed selectors by using reflection over DB En...
Framework base para CRUD utilizando Entity Framework
Simple Data Model with CRUD functionality using EF
Pattern Repository C# using Entity Framework
This is a MongoDB CRUD operation library where easily connect with MongoDB and perform CRUD operation and some awesome features.
A crud for entityframework
Provides a basic Crud repository for use with Linq to Sql data classes.
Test
Creates a angular template with code for view, angular controller, angular service, webapi controller to get, post, put and delete data to database.
Trinity is a flexible data access tool. This is the base class
Cruder is the usefull, generic and authorization supported Asp.Net MVC framework which is allows you to create CRUD based applications quickly. Please visit https://github.com/btungut/Cruder.Net for more details, how-to use documentation and source files.
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