Top 20 NuGet traverse Packages

LiteGraph is a simple graph database using Sqlite with GEXF output support.
Single code to rule them all. Library to solve puzzles whose solution is based on a tree search, such as: N-Puzzle, Unblock Me, Sokoban, maze solving, Rubik's Cube, etc. Provide a description for the puzzle, written in any .NET language, and get back the steps that reach the solution.
This framework aims to implement the concept of graph expression in the .NET language. With this framework it is possible to create any kind of searches on complex or circular objects in a way similar to what JQUERY does in JavaScript.
XUnit tests for adjunct-System.Linq.Traverse
Babel Traverse (babel-traverse) binding library for Bridge.NET projects.
Traverse binding library for Bridge.NET projects.
Treenumerable.VisualTree.WPF is a general purpose library for enumerating, traversing and querying WPF's visual tree.
Treenumerable.VisualTree.Silverlight is a general purpose library for enumerating, traversing and querying Silverlight's visual tree.
A lightweight library containing common utilities for working with .NET collections and enumerables
A lightweight library containing common utilities for working with .NET collections and enumerables
Tree Traverse for Linq
Treenumerable is a general purpose library for enumerating, traversing and querying just about any tree.
Traverse DependencyObjects properties up the logical and visual tree
Ever try to get a value from nested objects and hate checking for nulls to avoid object reference errors? This small library takes the headache out of null checking!
Simple logging utility
A core library to enable functional programming in C# Data Types: - Identity - Maybe - Result - Either - Validation - Reader - Writer - IO - State - Tagged - Union - Coyoneda - Yoneda - Continuation - Redux: Store, Reducer, Middleware and Action (e.g. Tagged) Prelude (Standard Library) - Syntactic...
Explore trees and tree-like structures with LINQ using tree-traversal algorithms like breadth-first and depth-first search: IEnumerable<DirectoryInfo> childDirectories = Traverse.DepthFirst(new DirectoryInfo(...), d => d.EnumerateDirectories()); IEnumerable<DirectoryInfo> parentDirector...