Hunt for Your Libs Here, at Awesome.NET!
- Posted: Aug 29, 2016 at 6:00AM
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How had I never heard of Awesome.NET?
Your go-to .NET Toolbox. Our goal is to help you find the software and libraries you need. Made by developers for developers. The collection of libraries and resources is based on the relevant Awesome .NET List and direct contributions here. To add a new package, please, check the contribute section
Awesome .NET is a community effort. The primary listings are based on the official Awesome .NET list at GitHub. New useful libraries and projects are added to the list almost every day. dotnet.libhunt.com contains 444 projects categorized into 80 different categories. Our end goal is to help developers find the software and libraries they need to get their job done.
If you wish to add a new library or a related open source project to this site, you have to open a pull request at the official repository
At dotnet.libhunt.com you can see the popularity and activity of all projects that have a known Git repository.
- The popularity of every library is between 0 and 10, where 10 is the most popular library at "Awesome .NET" - Visual Studio Code. Then, if a library has a popularity of 9.0, it means that it is among the top 10% of the most popular projects, and 2.5, for example, means that a given library is more popular than 25% of the projects only.
- The activity is measured between 0 and 10 again and is based on the number of commits. Recent commits have a higher weight than older commits. For example, a library with 10 commits made during the last week, would have higher activity than a library with 20 commits made 3 months ago. An "Activity" of zero means that there haven't been any commits for the last year.
Another useful feature of dotnet.libhunt.com is comparing libraries. When you open a library's page, you will see a list of all other projects from the same category at the bottom and a context "VS" link.
How cool is that?
The "Comparisons" are a unique and cool feature...