Uno.Microsoft.Toolkit 6.1.0-build.191.gc988bdd4ff

This package includes .NET Standard code only helpers such as:
     - IncrementalLoadingCollection: Simplifies the definition and usage of collections whose items can be loaded incrementally only when needed by the view.
     - String extensions and array extensions: These extensions make working with string and arrays easier.

This is a prerelease version of Uno.Microsoft.Toolkit.
Install-Package Uno.Microsoft.Toolkit -Version 6.1.0-build.191.gc988bdd4ff
dotnet add package Uno.Microsoft.Toolkit --version 6.1.0-build.191.gc988bdd4ff
<PackageReference Include="Uno.Microsoft.Toolkit" Version="6.1.0-build.191.gc988bdd4ff" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add Uno.Microsoft.Toolkit --version 6.1.0-build.191.gc988bdd4ff
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https://github.com/windows-toolkit/WindowsCommunityToolkit/releases

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Uno.Microsoft.Toolkit.Uwp
This package includes code only helpers such as Colors conversion tool, Storage file handling, a Stream helper class, etc.
Uno.Microsoft.Toolkit.Parsers
This .NET standard library contains various parsers Markdown: Allows you to parse a Markdown String into a Markdown Document, and then Render it with a Markdown Renderer. RSS: Allows you to parse an RSS content String into an RSS Schema.
Uno.Microsoft.Toolkit.Services
This .NET standard library enables access to different data sources such as Microsoft Graph, OneDrive, Twitter, Microsoft Translator, and LinkedIn. It is part of the Windows Community Toolkit. Namespace: - Facebook: Album, DataConfig, DataHost, OAuthTokens, Permissions, Photo, Picture, PictureData, PlatformImageSource, Post, RequestSource, Service.

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