This is the Windows app named MediatR whose latest release can be downloaded as 9.0.0.tar.gz. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Simple mediator implementation in .NET. In-process messaging with no dependencies. Supports request/response, commands, queries, notifications and events, synchronous and async with intelligent dispatching via C# generic variance. You should install MediatR with NuGet. Or via the .NET Core command line interface. Either commands, from Package Manager Console or .NET Core CLI, will download and install MediatR and all required dependencies. MediatR is a low-ambition library trying to solve a simple problem, decoupling the in-process sending of messages from handling messages. Cross-platform, supporting .NET Framework 4.6.1 and netstandard2.0. MediatR has no dependencies. You will need to configure a single factory delegate, used to instantiate all handlers, pipeline behaviors, and pre/post-processors.
- The factory delegates are named delegates around a couple of generic factory methods
- Declare whatever flavor of handler you need
- Request/response messages, dispatched to a single handler
- Notification messages, dispatched to multiple handlers
- The request/response interface handles both command and query scenarios
- Handler interfaces are contravariant
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