Dependency injectable application framework for Azure applications providing patterns, abstractions and implementations for common activities
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AccidentalFish.ApplicationSupport

v6.0.0 Released - see the Release Notes, Documentation and API Reference

Important Announcement: This project is being placed in maintenance mode and replaced as an active development stream by a simplified and reworked framework that supports .NET Standard. For more information see this blog post.

As I've worked on a variety of Azure projects over the last 18 months there is a bunch of plumbing I've found to be common for example wanting dependency injectable patterns for resource access, configuring components across multiple projects and servers, deployment, separation of concerns, fault diagnosis and a management dashboard, to name just a few.

The AccidentalFish.ApplicationSupport framework is my attempt to bring solutions to these common requirements into a reusable package in order to bootstrap my own, and hopefully others, work.

Documentation is beginning to appear on the projects GitHub Pages website.

It's covered by the permissive MIT License so is free to use in open source and commercial applications.

Going forwards I expect to make reference to this framework from my Azure From The Trenches blog and it forms part of the companion project I am readying for that site.