56 packages returned for Tags:"Visual-Studio"

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Embeds Visual Studio's editor and theming system in standalone projects.
This nuget package adds a convention to Visual Studio projects to allow building .config files depending on environment. For example, if developers has different databases configured in web.config, this package can support each developer with a unique web.config.
Aspose.Tasks for .NET is a collection of classes that seamlessly integrates with your .NET applications to provide interaction and manipulation capabilities for the Microsoft ProjectⓇ file formats (MPP, MPT, MPX). Aspose.Tasks for .NET helps developers to create project management Apps in .NET that... More information
Provides a code baseline for .NET Core service-oriented projects including configuration, standard service builder, common enumerations, common exceptions, a standar response model, pagination, resources, base service classes and utilities.
Aspose.PUB for .NET is a collection of class libraries that facilitate your .NET Apps in interacting with Microsoft Publisher file formats, without the need to install Microsoft Publisher®. Your C#, VB.NET, and ASP.NET applications would be able to load the electronic publication files, parse them... More information
Customizable VisualStudio .sln parser, Complex support of the projects (.vcxproj, .csproj., …), Pluginable lightweight r/w handlers at runtime, and more … 🌌 The most convenient work with projects, dependencies, their lazy loading, any folders, any items, references and much more in these... More information
Provides middlewares, filters and utilities for managing .Net Core Web APIs including utilities Cors, Logging, Exceptions, Resources, Security, Startup Pipelines, Swagger, Validations.
Aspose.Slides for C++ is a robust API for enhancing your C++ applications with the Microsoft PowerPoint and OpenDocument presentation manipulation features for a large variety of file formats (PPT, POT, PPS, PPTX, POTX, PPSX, PPTM, PPSM, POTM, ODP, OTP, etc). Once you seamlessly integrate our API,... More information
Due to the way they are stored, two floating-points numbers can have unexpected impercievable rounding errors and so may not be equal even if they seem so.