Xenta Framework - extensible enterprise n-tier application framework

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Xenta is an extensible enterprise n-tier application framework with multilayered architecture. It is an open source project and available for free. Developed in .NET/C# programming language. Initially targeted to web based solutions. Licensed under the MIT license.




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