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This is an agile HTML parser that builds a read/write DOM and supports plain XPATH or XSLT (you actually don't HAVE to understand XPATH nor XSLT to use it, don't worry...). It is a .NET code library that allows you to parse "out of the web" HTML files. The parser is very tolerant with "real world"... More information
  • 1,843,572 total downloads
  • last updated 3/9/2019
  • Latest version: 3.1.0
NMemory is a lightweight non-persistent in-memory relational database engine that is purely written in C# and can be hosted by .NET applications. It supports traditional database features like indexes, foreign key relations, transaction handling and isolation, stored procedures, query optimization.
  • 1,520,754 total downloads
  • last updated 9/16/2019
  • Latest version: 2.2.3
Effort is basicly an ADO.NET provider that executes all the data operations on a lightweight in-process main memory database instead of a traditional external database. It provides some intuitive helper methods too that make really easy to use this provider with existing ObjectContext or DbContext... More information
This is the official GraphDiff package. GraphDiff - Allows for automatic update of a graph of detached entities using Entity Framework v6+. If you have ever felt the pain of updating a detached graph with one or more nested collections then this is for you :)
Entity Framework Extensions extends your DbContext with high-performance bulk operations: BulkSaveChanges, BulkInsert, BulkUpdate, BulkDelete, BulkMerge, and more. Example (in EF6): https://dotnetfiddle.net/awlJdf Benchmark (in EF6): https://dotnetfiddle.net/35mQ0W Supported Provider: SQL Server,... More information
  • 207,745 total downloads
  • last updated 9/16/2019
  • Latest version: 2.2.3
Effort is basicly an ADO.NET provider that executes all the data operations on a lightweight in-process main memory database instead of a traditional external database. It provides some intuitive helper methods too that make really easy to use this provider with existing ObjectContext or DbContext... More information