Enferno.Public 2.5.14

dotnet add package Enferno.Public --version 2.5.14
NuGet\Install-Package Enferno.Public -Version 2.5.14
This command is intended to be used within the Package Manager Console in Visual Studio, as it uses the NuGet module's version of Install-Package.
<PackageReference Include="Enferno.Public" Version="2.5.14" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add Enferno.Public --version 2.5.14
#r "nuget: Enferno.Public, 2.5.14"
#r directive can be used in F# Interactive and Polyglot Notebooks. Copy this into the interactive tool or source code of the script to reference the package.
// Install Enferno.Public as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=Enferno.Public&version=2.5.14

// Install Enferno.Public as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=Enferno.Public&version=2.5.14

Enferno API helpers.

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.NET Framework net472 is compatible.  net48 was computed.  net481 was computed. 
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NuGet packages (6)

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Enferno.StormApiClient

Enferno Storm Commerce API Client library.

Enferno.Public.Web.ShoppingBasket

Enferno ShoppingBasket component.

Enferno.Public.Logging

Enferno Public Logging.

Enferno.Public.Web.Components

Enferno component library that helps the developer implement common views and scenarios such as shopping basket, product and checkout in a easy way.

Enferno.Public.Web.Product

Enferno Product component.

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Version Downloads Last updated
2.5.14 2,022 10/16/2023
2.5.13 85 10/16/2023
2.5.12 89 10/16/2023
2.5.11 79 10/16/2023
2.5.10 86 10/16/2023
2.5.9 1,625 1/9/2023
2.5.8 285 1/9/2023
2.5.7 289 1/9/2023
2.5.6 287 1/9/2023
2.3.1 13,350 9/24/2019
2.3.0 1,679 4/16/2019
2.2.0 3,344 3/1/2019
2.1.4 720 2/28/2019
2.1.3 698 2/28/2019
2.1.2 693 2/28/2019
2.1.1 665 2/28/2019
2.1.0 706 2/28/2019
2.0.1-beta7 680 8/24/2018
2.0.1-beta6 705 8/22/2018
2.0.1-beta5 726 8/20/2018
2.0.1-beta4 726 8/17/2018
2.0.1-beta3 722 8/17/2018
2.0.1-beta2 727 8/16/2018
2.0.1-beta 708 8/15/2018
2.0.0 11,432 5/30/2018
2.0.0-beta 1,176 5/28/2018
1.0.17 22,515 9/20/2016
1.0.17-beta4 919 9/9/2016
1.0.17-beta3 797 9/9/2016
1.0.17-beta2 828 9/8/2016
1.0.17-Beta 774 9/8/2016
1.0.16 1,056 9/5/2016
1.0.16-beta 816 8/17/2016
1.0.15.2 1,377 6/16/2016
1.0.15.1 1,444 1/12/2016
1.0.15 2,159 7/2/2015
1.0.15-beta2 855 6/22/2015
1.0.15-beta 888 6/18/2015
1.0.14.2 15,693 5/28/2015
1.0.14.1 1,108 5/26/2015
1.0.14 1,104 5/26/2015
1.0.14-beta 937 5/6/2015
1.0.13.2 1,096 5/26/2015
1.0.13 1,331 2/11/2015
1.0.12.1 3,819 1/28/2015
1.0.11 1,213 1/13/2015
1.0.10 21,209 5/12/2014
1.0.9 1,172 5/9/2014
1.0.8 1,132 5/9/2014
1.0.7 1,135 5/2/2014
1.0.7-alpha2 1,122 4/28/2014
1.0.7-alpha 1,006 4/25/2014
1.0.6 8,061 4/10/2014

Updated .NET version to 4.7.2 and updated dependencies.
     **BREAKING CHANGE**: Removed AddCache from CacheManager. Added constructor to handle additions of caches.
This is due to the fact that Unity now does not support making multiple calls to methods when resolving components from configuration.

You will get a message similar to this "System.InvalidOperationException: Configuration is incorrect, the type CacheManager does not have a method named AddCache that takes parameters named cache."
Just remove the method entries under register and add a constructor instead.

Change:
```xml
<register type="ICacheManager" mapTo="CacheManager">
 <lifetime type="singleton" />
 <method name="AddCache">
   <param name="cache" dependencyName="EnfernoData" />
 </method>
</register>
```
To:
```xml
<register type="ICacheManager" mapTo="CacheManager">
 <lifetime type="singleton" />
 <constructor>
   <param name="caches">
     <array>
     <dependency name="EnfernoData"/>
     </array>
     </param>
 </constructor>
</register>
```
Just add more entries under <array> if you are using multiple caches.

See release notes for 2.0.0 when upgrading from earlier versions.