Top 20 NuGet scheduling Packages

xxl-job is a lightweight distributed task scheduling framework. XxlJob.Core contains the core executor logic.
Chroniton is a light-weight, fully customizable, fully integrable, strongly typed, and open source solution for scheduling Tasks.
.NET Scheduling Framework
xxl-job is a lightweight distributed task scheduling framework. XxlJob.AspNetCoreHost host the job executor in a aspnetcore application.
A library for running tasks on schedules.
WebBackgrounder.EntityFramework is an implementation of the IJobCoordinator for WebBackgrounder that uses a Database (via EF Code First) as the synchronization mechanism (aka a mutex) for coordinating jobs.
Topshelf.SimpleInjector.Quartz provides extensions to schedule your Topshelf Service with Quartz.NET using SimpleInjector IoC container.
SQL Server persistance provider for Dependable.
Quartz.NET TimeZoneConverter integration https://github.com/mj1856/TimeZoneConverter
WebBackgrounder is a proof-of-concept of a web-farm friendly background task manager meant to just work with a vanilla ASP.NET web application. See https://github.com/NuGet/WebBackgrounder for more information.
Core of IntegrationServer, an asynchronous job scheduling server.
Revalee is a Windows Service used to schedule callbacks for web applications. It simplifies a web application's workflow when events are required *after* the normal handling of web requests. This library allows Revalee callback requests to be easily embedded in web application code. This NuGet pack...
this task scheduling framework is only prepare for devloper.
this task scheduling framework is only prepare for devloper.
Package Description
Build reliable workflows in .NET
Model for IntegrationServer, an asynchronous job scheduling server.
Client of IntegrationServer, an asynchronous job scheduling server.
A simple scheduling solution built on Shuttle.Esb.
A message consumer job implementation for RabbitMQ with built-in Json serialization of messages - ConsumeMessageAsync - ConsumeMessageAsync<T> q: info@tnxconsulting.com http://www.antonioesposito.it/2018/01/19/consuming-queued-messages-with-rabbitmq-and-the-tnx-applicationjobs-lib-in-a-nutshell/