148 packages returned for Tags:"Auto"

  • 7,570 total downloads
  • last updated 3/18/2012
  • Latest version: 1.0.0.9
  • mock stub auto
UniMock is a auto-mocking tool that automatically mocks the entire universe and lets you concentrate on writing clean, fast, efficient tests with the minimum of overhead. It allows you to use your choice of mocking/stubbing tool and IoC container.
  • 7,490 total downloads
  • last updated 3/18/2012
  • Latest version: 1.0.0.9
  • mock stub auto
UniMock is a auto-mocking tool that automatically mocks the entire universe and lets you concentrate on writing clean, fast, efficient tests with the minimum of overhead. It allows you to use your choice of mocking/stubbing tool and IoC container.
Apply best-in-class, adjustable Guassian blur, smart sharpen, noise removal, and auto white balance filters to your photographs. Plugs into ImageResizer. REST API example: image.jpg?a.removenoise=3 Docs: http://imageresizing.net/plugins/advancedfilters Support:... More information
AutoValidator's aim is to create a simple, fluent and intiutive framework to validate data and models in your dotnet applications. Simply put; an application would validate some data and get a result object. That object would state sucess or failure and detail the failing data.
Automatically force your ClickOnce app to update itself without prompting the user, making a less obtrusive end-user experience, and guaranteeing they are always using the latest version of the application. Adds a post-build event to the project to run a PowerShell script that updates the ClickOnce... More information
Auto complete command prompts for C# .Net console apps. This library provides APIs that can be used to accept input from command line with the added functionality. The user can supply prefilled input, edit it, use Up or Down arrow to go throught the input options supplied or even press a key to... More information
Convention based configuration API for the Microsoft Unity IoC container. With just a few lines of code, you can now registere all your classes in the entire solution. If the built-in conventions doesn't fit your needs, it is very easy to extend with your own.