Lots of helper extensions to format BCL types to more readable strings (and reverse).
Just like any other library, I have concrete cases of use of some extensions and some others seems useless. I dream of possibility to choose which subsetI take from a nuget library. Splitting in multiple parts is boring to use. This must be mitigated by the fact that binary is small: 76 Ko plus localisations assemblies.
Humanizer includes an evolution of the excellent ByteSize.
Humanizer by MehdiK.
License made portable and free: Portable.Licensing. Run on a large set of platforms:
- .NET >= 4.0.3,
- Silverlight >= 4,
- Windows Phone >= 7.5,
- Windows Store Apps,
- XBox 360.
ReactiveUI brings MVVM to a new level with a simple binding model combining RX to Xaml. Property changes, commands, .Net eventsend of asynchronious actions becomes observable and can be combined together.
And version 5.0 is provided as Portable Class Library for:
- .NET 4.0/4.5 (WPF)
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Store Apps (WinRT)
Great. Perhaps the next thing to try in a real project.
A remote DOM inspector WebKit Web Inspector: weinre – Home (us usual Windows Phone 8 support is not in the box but is detailed here).
Things are coming in the world of portable library: Microsoft.Bcl.Compression in beta permits decompression fonctionnality to portable HttpClient (here).
A virtuous circle.
This solution is only for Windows Store Application but the mechanism is particularly interesting for a real need:
C#er : IMage: Single Sign On with OAuth in Windows Store Apps.
How to securly store user credential by application (Credential Locker) but only for Windows 8 Store apps and desktop apps.
What about Windows Phone 8? Perhaps in next version.