29 packages returned for Tags:"Strong"

Strong Namer - Automatically Add Strong Names to References
Strong Namer will automatically add strong names to referenced assemblies which do not already have a strong name. This will allow you to reference and use NuGet packages with assemblies which are not strong named from your projects that do use a strong name.
.NET Assembly Strong-Name Signer
Automatic strong-name signing of referenced assemblies. Utility software to strong-name sign .NET assemblies, including assemblies you do not have the source code for. If you strong-name sign your own projects you may have noticed that if you reference an unsigned third party assembly... More information
Sign References
Signs unsigned assemblies at build-time. This is useful if your project requires signing and you use third-party unsigned libraries.
Statically Typed Poco Queries - bindings for AsyncPoco
AsyncPoco bindings for StaTypPocoQueries. It translates Linq Expressions to SQL 'where' clause. Makes it safer to work with AsyncPoco. Generates sql and parameters to be passed to Database class methods such as Query, Single, Delete etc.
Strong Namer (For MsBuild 12) - Automatically Add Strong Names to References
Strong Namer will automatically add strong names to referenced assemblies which do not already have a strong name. This will allow you to reference and use NuGet packages with assemblies which are not strong named from your projects that do use a strong name. NOTE: This fork use MsBuild 12 instead... More information
EZCache .net Object Cache Library
EZCache allows you to cache various types of items in caches that are configured for each cached item type, using a simple fluent API. Each item type cache can be configured to be singletons, or multi-instance caches. Items in the cache can be preloaded, set to expire, auto-reload,... More information
Goal is to add functionality to .NET Mvc, with a small wrapper around weakly and dynamically typed, magic string based routing with a strongly and statically typed routing through generics and expressions.