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9.9 0.0 L2 ABP VS CoreFXThe corefx repo contains the library implementation (called "CoreFX") for .NET Core. It includes System.Collections, System.IO, System.Xml and many other components. It builds and runs on Windows. You can 'watch' the repo to see Linux and Mac support being added over the next few months.
.NET MAUI is the .NET Multi-platform App UI, a framework for building native device applications spanning mobile, tablet, and desktop.
4.7 7.8 L4 ABP VS peasyPeasy is a middle tier framework that offers an easy to use and flexible rules engine and was designed to address common challenges such as concurrency handling, transactional support, fault tolerance, threading, scalability, async and multiple client support, and easy testability, all without a huge learning curve!
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ABP Framework is a complete infrastructure based on the ASP.NET Core to create modern web applications and APIs by following the software development best practices and the latest technologies.
- Getting Started Guide is the easiest way to start a new web application with the ABP Framework.
- Web Application Development Tutorial is a complete tutorial to develop a full stack web application.
Install the ABP CLI:
> dotnet tool install -g Volo.Abp.Cli
Create a new solution:
> abp new BookStore -u mvc -d ef
See the CLI documentation for all available options.
UI Framework Options
Database Provider Options
What ABP Provides?
ABP provides a full stack developer experience.
ABP offers a complete, modular and layered software architecture based on Domain Driven Design principles and patterns. It also provides the necessary infrastructure and guiding to implement this architecture.
ABP Framework is suitable for microservice solutions as well as monolithic applications.
There are a lot of features provided by the ABP Framework to achieve real world scenarios easier, like Event Bus, Background Job System, Audit Logging, BLOB Storing, Data Seeding, Data Filtering, etc.
Cross Cutting Concerns
ABP also simplifies (and even automates wherever possible) cross cutting concerns and common non-functional requirements like Exception Handling, Validation, Authorization, Localization, Caching, Dependency Injection, Setting Management, etc.
ABP is a modular framework and the Application Modules provide pre-built application functionalities;
- Account: Provides UI for the account management and allows user to login/register to the application.
- Identity: Manages organization units, roles, users and their permissions, based on the Microsoft Identity library.
- IdentityServer: Integrates to IdentityServer4.
- Tenant Management: Manages tenants for a multi-tenant (SaaS) application.
See the Application Modules document for all pre-built modules.
The Startup templates are pre-built Visual Studio solution templates. You can create your own solution based on these templates to immediately start your development.
ABP Community Web Site
The ABP Community is a website to publish articles and share knowledge about the ABP Framework. You can also create content for the community!
Follow the ABP Blog to learn the latest happenings in the ABP Framework.
See the sample projects built with the ABP Framework.
Want to Contribute?
ABP is a community-driven open source project. See the contribution guide if you want to be a part of this project.
- Main Web Site
- Get Started
- Stack overflow
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