Why does C++ need another range library?
Simply put, the existing solutions haven't kept up with the rapid evolution of C++.
Range v3 is a library for the future C++.
Not only does it work well with today's C++
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Nido Framework is developed on top of MS .NET entity framework, and also heavily influenced by the code first technique. The framework provides a standard method of coding your business logic layer as well as data access layer. That allows you to have much predictable, standard, and best performing...
Simple extensions to allow less verbose conversions of System.Guid to/from other types. Used to simplify projects that use numeric ids and need to upgraded to use UUID based ids or projects that work as an interface between the two forms of entry identification.