Tag Archives: NuGet
Image courtesy of ddpavumba / FreeDigitalPhotos.net https://www.nuget.org/packages/EPPlus/ EEPlus provides the lightweight library for creating real Excel files. It uses office open xml (ooxml) and provides all features I could think of when export-to-excel is available on a website. SaveSave
Image courtesy of iprostocks / FreeDigitalPhotos.net https://www.nuget.org/packages/Syncfusion.AspNet.Mvc5/ Control libraries are available in all shapes and sizes. The library from syncfusion has the best license – flat yearly license fee, unlimited developers within the same company, the best features – export … Continue reading
Image courtesy of spacex / unsplash.com https://www.nuget.org/packages/Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR/ Get real time communication between the client and the server. We use it to monitor jobs. SignalR supports Web Sockets, and falls back to other compatible techniques for older browsers.
Toastr is one of those GUI items everybody is familiar with. It is the standard in feedback on webpages. Adding this to your solution is almost mandatory. Continue reading
Image courtesy of Ales Krivec / unsplash.com https://www.nuget.org/packages/Common.Logging/ Common.logging provides an abstraction for the logging framework of choice. For IoC the common.logging offers an interface. NoOpLogger is a fake implementation used for unit testing. I prefer to use the nuget from log4net with … Continue reading
Image courtesy of Mike Enerio / unsplash.com https://www.nuget.org/packages/AutoMapper/ Mapping two objects using convention and coded/configurerd mappings. This comes in handy when moving through the layers of a solution (data > business > viewmodel) Every property with the same name is automatically mapper … Continue reading
Image courtesy of Tim Gouw / unsplash.com https://www.nuget.org/packages/Unity/ Dependency Inversion is one of the SOLID principles. An IoC container is a must for me when developing. Unity is my goto framework for the last year. I prefer Unity for it’s lifetime control options. Do … Continue reading