Install-Package Open.Fx -Version 0.0.1-beta-006
dotnet add package Open.Fx --version 0.0.1-beta-006
<PackageReference Include="Open.Fx" Version="0.0.1-beta-006" />
paket add Open.Fx --version 0.0.1-beta-006
#r "nuget: Open.Fx, 0.0.1-beta-006"
// Install Open.Fx as a Cake Addin #addin nuget:?package=Open.Fx&version=0.0.1-beta-006&prerelease // Install Open.Fx as a Cake Tool #tool nuget:?package=Open.Fx&version=0.0.1-beta-006&prerelease
A collection of extensions, utilities, and helpers that are used to extend the core .NET classes.
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NuGet packages (4)
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Often times while working on systems it is extremely helpful, if not essential, to have a complete record of interactions. Whether those interactions are categorized as commands, events, or both is anything from a matter of preference to a deeply held dogma. This is a mechanism for doing that.
Converting from one thing to another is a solved problem. In most cases an extension method suffices quite nicely. However, as a solution increases in complexity, I find myself wanting to implement an injection/discovery mechanism based on capabilities. I prefer the `try with out parameter that returns a bool of success` paradigm. This is an opinionated suggestion for doing that.
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