Tiger.Types 5.0.0

Install-Package Tiger.Types -Version 5.0.0
dotnet add package Tiger.Types --version 5.0.0
<PackageReference Include="Tiger.Types" Version="5.0.0" />
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paket add Tiger.Types --version 5.0.0
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#r "nuget: Tiger.Types, 5.0.0"
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// Install Tiger.Types as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=Tiger.Types&version=5.0.0

// Install Tiger.Types as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=Tiger.Types&version=5.0.0
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A collection of useful types and operations on types.

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Tiger.Hal

A transformer for ASP.NET Core to produce HAL+JSON responses.

Tiger.ErrorTypes

A collection of useful types and operations specialized for errors.

Tiger.ContinuationToken

A model binder for encoded application continuation tokens.

Tiger.xUnit.Source

A collection of xUnit.net assertions, tailored for Tiger libraries. (As source.)

Tiger.xUnit

A collection of xUnit.net assertions, tailored for Tiger libraries.

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Version Downloads Last updated
5.0.0 40,430 5/8/2018
5.0.0-preview1 542 5/7/2018
4.0.0 14,209 3/6/2018

➟ Release 5.0.0
⁃ The library has been refactored completely, consuming much of the functionality of the deprecated Tiger.ErrorTypes.
⁃ See the wiki for migration details: https://github.com/Cimpress-MCP/Tiger-Types/wiki/Migration-to-5.0
⁃ The library now supports multiple target frameworks.
⁃ Relevant types have been marked as `readonly`, increasing performance in some scenarios.
 ⁃ Accordingly, many methods have been annotated with `in`.
⁃ The `Error` type has been promoted from Tiger.ErrorTypes.
⁃ The `Try<TErr, TOk>` type has arrived, providing the functionality of an optional either.