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Simple, unambitious mediator implementation in .NET
MediatR extensions for ASP.NET Core
Library of extension methods for adding/receiving the x-request-id header to correlate server and client requests with backend logging and subsequent calls.
Library of extension methods for adding/receiving the x-request-id header to RestSharp's RestRequest.
The Simple Injector ASP.NET Integration package adds a lifestyle to the Simple Injector called 'Per Web Request', which allows instances to live within a single HTTP request and get disposed when the request ends.
Enrich logs with a unique ID so you can track logs for specific requests.
Twitter Snowflake-alike ID generator for .Net
Enrich the BusClient with a RequestAsync, the caller part of RPC.
Authenticate a user via fingerprint, face id or any other biometic / local authentication method from a cross platform API.
A library that generates random Id's from 7 to 14 characters. Id's generated can be used as primary keys for databases or unique identifiers
Library for parsing and serializing DNS messages. Includes a basic DNS client and server.
A .NET library for implementing service interfaces of X-Road providers using Code-First Development approach.
The Simple Injector WCF Integration package adds a ServiceHost and ServiceHostFactory to allow dependency injection on WCF service types.
ASP.NET Core middleware processing incoming request correlation ID, together with HTTP message handler
for forwarding correlation ID to subsequent requests.
Configurable middleware for ASP.NET Core to handle correlation Ids.
The Command Dispatcher pattern is an addition to the Command design pattern that decouples the dispatcher for a service from its execution. A Command Dispatcher component maps commands to handlers. A Command Processor pattern provides a framework for handling orthogonal concerns such as logging,...
Provides a simple, effective sync and async library for interacting with NATS Server using .NET and .NET Core. It uses IObservable so it is ReactiveX (RX) friendly.