Apworks is a flexible, scalable, configurable and efficient .NET based application development framework that helps software developers to easily build enterprise applications by applying either Classic Layering or Command-Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS) architectural patterns.
WeText is a sample application that demonstrates the implementation of DDD/CQRS and microservice architectural patterns in C#.
Apworks framework supporting .NET Core
A personal note system running on the cloud.
A blog web site for daxnet.
A modified version of the Irony project (https://irony.codeplex.com) with .NET Core support
A Windows Forms based framework for building wizards.
Example projects demonstrating Apworks framework.
A simple and small web server that can run on either Windows or Linux.
Converts the json string to the ADO.NET DataSet object
Unified Queries defined a Domain-Specific Language (DSL) to describe a common schema of a query specification.
A star war game developed with MonoGame
A calculation generation engine for students.
A framework of building complex console applications with C#
The C#/.NET Core implementation of Hypertext Application Language (HAL) specification.
A project contains both the sample grammars as well as the Windows Forms based grammar explorer for Irony.
The Who's Next program designed for PKI.
Markdown Document Writer
A demonstration project of sphinx and readthedocs.org.
A sample project which demonstrates the using of Spring Boot, Embedded Jetty, Swagger and Docker in a Java RESTful service application.
A tool can view Spotfire document DOM structure at runtime.