Microsoft released .NET Core 3.0, another major support in the .Net family from the old, Windows-based .Net Framework to an entirely new cross-platform, open-source, offering the new trend for .NET developers.
With every new version, new features are added that help developers deploy highly scalable and high-performance applications using less Code.
In this article, I’m listing down some of the really useful but not very generally used .Net Core Libraries that every developer should know.
Asp.Net Boilerplate is a general-purpose application framework particularly developed for new advanced web applications. It uses already well-known tools and implements best practices around them to give you a deep development experience.
AspNetCoreRateLimit is an ASP.NET Core rate limiting solution designed to manage the rate of requests that consumers can make to a Web API or MVC app based on IP address or client ID. You can allow an IP or Client to make a maximum number of calls in a time interval like per second, 15 minutes, etc.
Asp.Net Core 3.0 & Angular 8 SPA Fullstack application template with lots of examples. It supports .Net Core 3 & Angular 8 with Entity Framework Core 3.0 & both SQL Server and SQL lite databases. It’s also secure with CSP and custom security headers with clean architecture & code organization. Some more features are: SignalR, PWA support, Fast Unit Testing with Jest, E2E testing with Protractor.l, Compodoc for Angular documentation, User role, login, registration functionality, Swagger & many more.
Orchard Core is an open-source, modular, multi-tenant application framework & CMS for ASP.NET Core. This is actually Microsoft’s venture into the planet of open source development. After the release of Dotnet Core, Orchard was redesigned using .Net Core.
Soap Web Services or WCF was missing in .Net Core from his earlier release. It was one of the most demanded & searched features of .Net Core Framework. So, after a few months of DotnetCore release, Mike from Microsoft provided a solution for implementing a middleware component for handling SOAP requests & also gave a working version of the blog’s sample code.
NopCommerce is a free & open-source e-commerce platform. It’s a completely customizable shopping platform developed in Asp.Net Core. Its structure is modular & clear which enables developers to easily customize the front-end layout and the back-end functionality.
EasyCaching is an open-source caching library that includes basic usages and amazing advanced usages of caching which can help us to manage caching more simpler.
OpenID Connect Code / Implicit Flow with Angular and ASP.NET Core 3.0 IdentityServer4.
.NET Core project templates with batteries included, providing the minimum code required to get you going faster.
If you want to develop a Blog using Asp.Net Core, Blogifier is an open-source, lightweight & simple blog written in .NET Core having all best blogging features as a highly customizable & extendable Application.
Cross-platform .NET sample microservices & container-based application that works on Linux Windows & macOS. Powered by .NET Core 3.0, Docker Containers & Azure Kubernetes Services. Supports VS, VS Mac & CLI based environments with Docker CLI, dotnet CLI, VS Code or any other editor.
Thank you for reading. I hope you’ll find some Libraries useful for your next Asp.Net Core Project. Please share some more great Asp.Net Core Libraries in the comment section below.
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