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OmariO
Some useful online resources for .NET devs .NET source browser The same for .NET Framework .NET API Catalog .NET online decompiler. All the way down to assembly code Add yours 👇
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OmariO Apr 14
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Nuget package bowser. Like but better
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OmariO Apr 14
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.NET repo's issues and pull requests in Tweeter
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OmariO Apr 14
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Roslyn source browser
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Ordinarily Brilliant | The Legion Doom Apr 15
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Thank you MS for having "module: UnverifiableCode." At least the name screams not for production.
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OmariO Apr 16
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Some features are safe on C# level, but the way the compiler implements them is not verifiable.
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Heath Ivie Apr 14
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Who is old enough to remember reflector by lutz roeder
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OmariO Apr 14
Replying to @hivie7510 @davidfowl
I am old enough to remember Anakrino 👾
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Loïc Sharma Apr 14
Replying to @0omari0 @ben_a_adams
Package download history graphs Example:
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Matt Yutzy Apr 14
Replying to @0omari0 @coolcsh
awesome-dotnet-core: A collection of awesome .NET core libraries, tools, frameworks and software
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Matt Snider Apr 14
Replying to @0omari0 @ben_a_adams
Fuget: package and API browser, especially like the version diffing and ILSpy, my goto decompiler/disassembler
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Pavel Kouřil Apr 15
Personally, I prefer dnSpy It even allows you to edit assembly (e.g. add a method) by both writing a C# code or editing the IL directly. Fucking amazing.
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