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This package enables configuring the Transient Fault Handling Application Block ("Topaz") using declarative configuration such as the app.config file. Configuring the block is also supported by the Enterprise Library Configuration Tool available in the Visual Studio Extensions Gallery.
CamlBuilder allows developers to easily write CAML queries without long strings of XML. CAML can be constructed with declarative strongly-typed code.
.NET library for human-readable declaration of regular expressions without having to remember the regex syntax. Looks similar to Expression Trees in .NET.
This package provides an easy to use, declarative way of performing REST calls.
Lightweight and Composable CLI Argument Parser for all modern .Net platforms
Types and extensions for declarative data transformations.
Revolutionize your MVVM. Compose and connect properties, reuse property patterns, and make your presentation logic code concise, predictable, and less error-prone. Make your async VMs portable.
Easily define a protocol and efficiently serialize and deserialize objects without boilerplate code.
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Defines a set of attributes and extension methods to query ICollection and IQueryable with filter objects
Lightweight object mapper with support for declarative fluent syntax.
A.K.A. Productivity! A powerful library to program .Net solutions in most declarative way; containing, simplest to use yet powerful, set of extensions to increase dev productivity. It exposes APIs for streaming, concurrent data processing and more. See also...
Providing foundational building blocks for describing programs with expressions, without sacrificing type safety. Also, Monads
Declarative pipeline library for C#
This package enables configuring the Transient Fault Handling Application Block ("Topaz") using declarative configuration such as the app.config file. Configuring the block is also supported by the Enterprise Library Configuration Tool available in the Visual Studio Extensions Gallery. This library...
Use Rx additions with Property Framework. Consume sequences of property values and reload calls.
Rich web applications deserve more meaningful events than mere "click". Custom events have long been recommended, but you still had to listen to click to fire them off. Now you don't, let trigger.js take care of it. Just declare what you want the browser events to mean, right on your elements. And...