Top 20 NuGet readable Packages

Generates gramatically correct passphrases that are easy for human to remember and hard for computers to guess. For normal use, reference the "ReadablePassphrase" package. This is just the default dictionary as an embedded resource. See https://keybase.pub/ligos/ReadablePassphraseGenerator/ for P...
Generates gramatically correct passphrases that are easy for human to remember and hard for computers to guess. This is the Core assembly. For normal use, reference the "ReadablePassphrase" package. See https://keybase.pub/ligos/ReadablePassphraseGenerator/ for PGP & Keybase signatures of nuget pa...
Generates gramatically correct passphrases that are easy for human to remember and hard for computers to guess. To get started: MurrayGrant.ReadablePassphrase.Generator.Create() See https://keybase.pub/ligos/ReadablePassphraseGenerator/ for PGP & Keybase signatures of nuget packages.
A helper class for generating acronyms. Useful for generating string IDs for named entities.
This package is for avoid boiler plate code and get readable code easily. C# extension method libarary for efficient coding. You can write method chaining style easily and fit well with functional coding style.
Library used to extract data from identity cards
Generates gramatically correct passphrases that are easy for human to remember and hard for computers to guess. For normal use, reference the "ReadablePassphrase" package. This is the Words assembly containing base interfaces and Dictionary classes only. Unless you are making your own Dictionary L...
Create human-readable Ids, just like Gfycat. Use the default format of VerbAdjectiveAnimal or a custom format of your choosing.
A readabilty API for Windows Phone.
Human friendly, textual representations of TimeSpan and file size using standard .NET types. It is light-weight, tested and supports PCL.
A base24 implementation for .NET
Can generate user-friendly .NET type name and aware of C# keywords. Add this package to your core library, so it would get the source code of this module without installing a binary dependency. Then proceed with using corresponding functionality from Atom.Util namespace, like if it was installed us...