Glimpse is a web debugging and diagnostics tool used to gain a better understanding of whats happening inside of your ASP.NET 3.5+ application. This package adds ADO profiling for those using DbProviderFactory.
Install-Package Glimpse.Ado -Version 1.7.3
dotnet add package Glimpse.Ado --version 1.7.3
<PackageReference Include="Glimpse.Ado" Version="1.7.3" />
paket add Glimpse.Ado --version 1.7.3
#r "nuget: Glimpse.Ado, 1.7.3"
// Install Glimpse.Ado as a Cake Addin #addin nuget:?package=Glimpse.Ado&version=1.7.3 // Install Glimpse.Ado as a Cake Tool #tool nuget:?package=Glimpse.Ado&version=1.7.3
Featherweight release for Ado:
- Conduct an additional null check around the StateChange event (fixes bug in EF 6.1.1)
- Glimpse (>= 1.8.6)
NuGet packages (7)
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Glimpse is a web debugging and diagnostics tool used to gain a better understanding of whats happening inside of your web application. Provides Glimpse tabs for EF6.
Glimpse is a web debugging and diagnostics tool used to gain a better understanding of whats happening inside of your web application. Provides Glimpse tabs for EF5.
The default setup for the Ironman Framework. This includes adding LESS support, YUI is set as the default JS/CSS minifier, fastJSON and Bender are used for serialization, MiniProfiler for profiling, NLog for logging, and Glimpse is also added.
The Batman framework is designed to simplify application development and tries to put the focus back on your application. This is the default setup package for the MVC platform. This package sets up the following items: smtp email, bootstrapper (SimpleInjector), auto bundling of JS and CSS (using YUI), LESS support, logging (NLog), profiling (MiniProfiler), default file systems, serialization (ServiceStack.Text), and Glimpse plugin.
An Insight.Database provider for the Glimpse profiling framework so the two can play together nicely.
GitHub repositories (3)
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Fast, lightweight .NET micro-ORM
A giant set of utility classes originally start back in the .Net 2.0 days and updated until .Net Core and .Net Standard became a thing. At which point I took the library and broke it up into a ton of smaller libraries. View my profile for more up to date versions of everything.
Course exercises | Telerik Academy 2013/2014 | Martin Nikolov