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Selenium Webdriver extension for Appium.
Common code for Azure IoT Device and Service SDKs
NUnitLite provides a simple way to run NUnit tests, without the overhead of a full NUnit installation. It is suitable for projects that want to have a quick way to run tests using a console runner and don't need all the features of the NUnit engine and console runner.
Device SDK for Azure IoT Hub
ACR Device Info Plugin Information Plugin for Xamarin and Windows
* .NET Standard
Xamarin Helper library to get the name and chip type of the current iOS device.
ASP.NET Core Detection Device resolver components
Provides functionality to generate a 'device ID' that can be used to uniquely identify a computer.
This is a temporary Selenium WebDriver extension for Appium that implements Actions API functionality for Windows Application Driver (WinAppDriver). This is for preview purposes only.
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Enumerates information about display devices and monitors
The official ASP.NET API for WURFL. WURFL is a data repository containing the descriptions of thousands of mobile devices. You use the library to query browser and device capabilities from the user-agent string.
Xamarin Helper Library to get the name of the current Android device.
Using Gurux SMS media component you can send Short messages using your mobile phone and AT comands.
A modern device detection script
Selenium WebDriver extension for Appium.
Plugin to connect .NET/Mono/Core based devices to Masterloop Cloud Services
Gurux.Communication implements communication class that handles data packet send to the device and parses data packets from the device byte stream. Gurux Communication handles packet resend is packet is lost. Gurux communication hides byte stream and allow you to send and receive data packets.
Portable Class Library (PCL) Version of the CivicAddress, GeoCoordinate and GeoPosition classes in the System.Device.Location namespace of the .NET framework.
The Device Portal Wrapper is a library that allows a client application to connect to a Device Portal instance on a Windows 10 device and call the REST APIs presented. This allows an application to e.g. install apps, reboot the device, or get performance metrics.
See the GitHub repo at...