Unofficial .Net Core Unleash client
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README.md

The Unleash Client .net core

Build status NuGet Latest Stable https://www.nuget.org/packages/Unleash.Client

Getting started

Create a new a Unleash instance

It is easy to get a new instance of Unleash. In your app you typically just want one instance of Unelash, and inject that where you need it. You will typically use a dependency injection frameworks such as Spring or Guice to manage this.

Awesome feature toggle API

It is really simple to use unleash.