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A FileSystem abstraction, allowing decoration and testing of the physical file system.
Fody add-in that provides custom interception. Supports Net45, NetStandard2.0 and UWP.
Method, Property, Constructor and Field interceptors can be found in the package Cauldron.BasicInterceptors (https://www.nuget.org/packages/Cauldron.BasicInterceptors/)
Simple functionality to assist in compositional decoration.
Custom interceptors for Cauldron.Interception.Fody that provides method, property, field and constructor interception.
NProxy is a library for the .NET framework to create lightweight dynamic proxies.
Portable library for attaching behaviours to objects at runtime using extension methods. An entity-component system, if you will.
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Aspect oriented programming for .NET
CodeArt.DependencyInjection is a .NET Library that adds extra functionality (such as decorator pattern) to the DI container used in ASP.NET 5 projects
Fody add-in to decorate arbitrary methods to run code before and after invocation
Decorator extensions for Microsoft.Extensions.DependencyInjection
Interface and abstract class for patterns
Exposes members (properties, indexers, methods and events) and optionally implements interface of a field declared in class.
This package will install a service around an existing Entity Framework model.
Pure Render Decorator (pure-render-decorator) binding library for Bridge.NET projects.
Autobind Decorator (autobind-decorator) binding library for Bridge.NET projects.
A collection of interceptor implementations.
Breaking changes in 3.1.x - See https://github.com/Capgemini/Cauldron for more information.
A simple way to decorate a class with additional functionality using attributes.
An EXPERIMENTAL package to add support for Polly based retries to the official MySql.Data package. This DOES NOT replace the official MySql package in any way, shape or form but merely, creates decorators around it to support resilience as transparently as it can! Please give it a go. Feedback and...
Android: iOS-like over-scrolling effect applicable over almost all scrollable Android views