coravel - .Net Core Framework For Indie Developers

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Coravel is a near-zero config .NET Core framework for Indie developers needing to get their next groundbreaking app to market faster - without compromising code quality and elegance. Coravel is a .NET Standard library designed for .NET Core apps. You must be including Coravel into either an existing .NET Core application (version 2.1.0+) or within another .NET Standard project(s).

https://github.com/jamesmh/coravel

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