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disposable-email-domains - a list of disposable and temporary email address domains

  •    Python

This repo contains a list of disposable and temporary email address domains often used to register dummy users in order to spam/abuse some services. Originally collected to filter new user registration at https://usegalaxy.org and later merged with other lists found online. I cannot guarantee all of these can still be considered disposable but they probably were at one point in time.

Sharp Observation


A C# .NET Library to simplify M-V-VM (Model, View, Viewmodel) programming. Includes base implementations for observable objects (property change notifications), weak delegates/events and asynchronous and synchronized events, efficient event handling, disposable base, etc.

disposable - A list of disposable/temporary email address domains

  •    Python

A collection of domains for disposable email services like 10MinuteMail and GuerrillaMail. Also, some 🛠 to make your life easier. Use it to validate email addresses on sign up, or just to see how many real email addresses you have in your system.

is-disposable-email - Determine if an email address is disposable, like joe@mailinator.com

  •    Javascript

Determine if an email is a disposable email address like joe@mailinator.com. You can use it to detect or block disposable accounts in your signup process.

RxLifecycle - Rx binding of stock Android Activities & Fragment Lifecycle, avoiding memory leak

  •    Java

This library allows one to automatically finish sequences based on Android lifecycle state, This capability is useful in Android, where incomplete subscriptions can cause memory leaks.

Disposables - IDisposable helper types.

  •    CSharp

IDisposable helper types. The AnonymousDisposable type wraps an Action, and invokes that Action exactly once when it is disposed. The first thread to call Dispose is the one that invokes the Action; all other threads that call Dispose are blocked until the Action is completed. Once the Action is completed, it is never invoked again; future calls to AnonymousDisposable.Dispose are no-ops.