Top 20 NuGet inspector Packages
Amazon Inspector identifies security issues in your application deployments.
Inspector module for Gemini, providing a flexible PropertyGrid-esque tool window.
The Ultimate Bounce Inspector is a high-performance library that enables your .NET applications to easily inspect and categorize bounced email messages with a few lines of code. Bounce Inspector can scan EML and Outlook MSG messages loaded from many sources such as local files, memory stream, IMAP a...
A Xamarin.Forms library for Xamarin.Android and Xamarin.iOS to render an interactive tree diagram from your visual heirarchy.
Amazon Inspector Client for the AWS SDK for C++. AWS SDK for C++ provides a modern C++ (version C++ 11 or later) interface for Amazon Web Services (AWS). It is meant to be performant and fully functioning with low- and high-level SDKs, while minimizing dependencies and providing platform portability...
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UI Sleuth is a Xamarin.Forms debugging tool. If you’ve ever made a web site, it’s similar to Microsoft’s F12 tools or Chrome Developer Tools. You can use it to efficiently track down layout issues, prototype a new design, and remotely control a device.
This project is effectively a web based cut down LUKE. It allows you to query your examine indexes in the umbraco backoffice.
Inspector.Xna module for Gemini, adding editors for XNA types to the Inspector module.
XAML inspector is a utility to analyse visual issues of a running XAML app. Inspect the visual tree, monitor and edit properties, bindings, resources and events.
Inspector.MonoGame module for Gemini, adding editors for MonoGame types to the Inspector module.
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Accessibility Inspector for Xamarin.Mac allows you to inspect views in realtime and detect possible accessibility issues.