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J2N is a library that helps bridge the gap between .NET and Java. It provides components to assist with porting Java code to .NET, such as collections, adapters, and extensions. It contains some features from Java that also make it generally useful in any .NET application.
An Ecmascript 6 Polyfill which is strictly following specification + Extensions.
AMD version available using package 'PromiseExt'.
See the project page for more.
Collection of tools and utilities for collections, Linq and debug outputs.
ES6 (ECMAScript 2015) bundling features for the Karambolo.AspNetCore.Bundling library.
Extensions for ordered testing with Xunit. Full support for ordering at all levels - test collections, test classes and test cases. Support for AssemblyFixture including IMessageSink injection and IAsyncLifetime. Supports .NET Core 1.x, .NET Core 2.x. and .NET 4.5.2+
This is a .NET Standard 1.0, .NET 2.0, .NET 3.5, Silverlight 5.0 and Windows Phone Silverlight 8.0 & 8.1 backport from System.Collections.Concurrent.ConcurrentDictionary as defined in .NET Core
Provides custom collection and list types.
Extensions/adapters around read-only collection interfaces
a library with concurrent collections
An AMD Ecmascript 6 Polyfill which is strictly following specification + Extensions.
Built version available using package 'PromiseExt.Built'.
This package adds useful extension methods to .NET Framework types in the System.Collections namespace.
A set of common C# utility classes. Part of the Oatmeal Utilities library.
Core .Net library used by Rhythm Agency.
4,908 total downloads
4,134 total downloads
Compatibility library for using the Microsoft Immutable Collections library in projects targeting .NET 3.5 and newer.
825 total downloads
Set of classes, modules and libraries for easier interaction with collections.
Paginable extension for collection.
Provides the missing KeyValuePair.Create static method, following the same approach as the Tuple.Create one to avoid having to type
the generic argument parameters and leverage type inference instead: i.e. KeyValuePair.Create("max", 25) creates a KeyValuePair<string, int>.