Fluent.Infrastructure is an infrastructure that unites Controller, Service, Repository, Validation and automation integration testing with the aim of accelerating the development of organized systems, causing major operations become simple and quick to implement.
Cache control and logic exclusion...
Canister is a simple Inversion of Control container wrapper. It can be used by itself as a standalone IoC container or wrap around other IoC implementations, thus giving them a common interface to deal with.
This is a IoC container based on Dependency Injection. As dependencies are
controlled with attributes, you do not need any code to register, lookup,
or wire object instances.
It is self contained by defining attributes in your classes. Configuration can
also be externalized with a declarative XML...
Curiously, Bing does not provide a framework for accessing their REST APIs in .NET. This library attempts to solve that problem, with a PCL that works on .NET 4.5, Windows 8.x, Windows Phone 8, and Mono.
LeadPipe.Net.Data provides essential data tier objects including an implementation of a repository, the query object pattern, and unit of work pattern. You can use this package to build your own data implementation, but you might also be interested in the pre-built data implementations such as...
LeadPipe.Net.Data.NHibernate is a comprehensive pre-built data implementation package that uses NHibernate and provides implementations of a repository, the query object pattern, and unit of work pattern.
LeadPipe.Net is an open source collection of useful tools for .NET development. Read...
BoC needs some documentation, but contains lots of usefull stuff like
-EventAggregator pattern implementation
-Inversion of Control wrapper (see other BoC packages like BoC.InversionOfControl.Unity for implementations)
-DataContext pattern implementation (see other BoC packages like...
The scenarioo C# Writer Library helps you to produce user scenario documentations out of your UI tests, such that your project’s stakeholders can browse it through the Scenarioo webapplication. More information see http://www.scenarioo.org Details about using the scenarioo C# API see...