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4.3 6.2 L4 CoreFX 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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.NET Core Libraries (CoreFX)
This repo contains the library implementation (called "CoreFX") for .NET Core. It includes System.Collections, System.IO, System.Xml, and many other components. The corresponding .NET Core Runtime repo (called "CoreCLR") contains the runtime implementation for .NET Core. It includes RyuJIT, the .NET GC, and many other components. Runtime-specific library code (System.Private.CoreLib) lives in the CoreCLR repo. It needs to be built and versioned in tandem with the runtime. The rest of CoreFX is agnostic of runtime-implementation and can be run on any compatible .NET runtime (e.g. CoreRT).
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This section is in progress here: New contributor Docs - Contributing (feel free to make it better - it's easy-to-edit wiki with RW permissions to everyone!)
- .NET Core source index / .NET Framework source index
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.NET Core (including the corefx repo) is licensed under the [MIT license](LICENSE.TXT).
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There are many .NET related projects on GitHub.
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