This library is powered by Entity Framework Extensions
This is a .NET Core / Standard port of the Microsoft assembly for the .Net 4.0 Dynamic language functionality.
With this library it's possible to write Dynamic LINQ queries (string based) on an
var query = db.Customers .Where("City == @0 and Orders.Count >= @1", "London", 10) .OrderBy("CompanyName") .Select("new(CompanyName as Name, Phone)");
The following frameworks are supported:
This fork takes the basic library to a new level. Contains XML Documentation and examples on how to use it. Also adds unit testing to help ensure that it works properly.
I forked from https://github.com/NArnott/System.Linq.Dynamic and added some more functionality there.
My fork is still visible on github [https://github.com/StefH/System.Linq.Dynamic], however I decided to start a new project + nuget to avoid confusion and create the project according to the new VS2017 + .NET Core rules / standards.
However, currently there are multiple nuget packages and projects available:
|kavun/System.Linq.Dynamic.3.5||System.Linq.Dynamic.3.5/||@kavun||only 3.5 and VB.NET|
|NArnott/System.Linq.Dynamic||System.Linq.Dynamic.Library||@NArnott||removed from github + nuget ?|
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