Does an open source 'backend platform' exist for dotnet?

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  • OpenWhisk

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  • Appwrite

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    Today was posted in /r/vuejs and to me this looked like a nice starting point for a project. It provides a layer with services that immediately saves you some hassle when starting a project but its also generic enough that you're not investing in a tool that could be too restrictive later on. The generic nature of it is also provides the option to build out each service separately in your own solution.

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  • ASP.NET Boilerplate

    ASP.NET Boilerplate - Web Application Framework

    This is pretty similar

  • Carter

    Carter is framework that is a thin layer of extension methods and functionality over ASP.NET Core allowing code to be more explicit and most importantly more enjoyable.

  • sdk-for-dotnet

    [READ-ONLY] Official Appwrite .NET SDK

    Yep, it's right here:

  • nhost

    The Open Source Firebase Alternative with GraphQL.

    Yeah, I knew of those, I think that's discussed often enough on the dotnet subs. Ory and Zitadel I knew too, but those provide just one thing, and are not native to dotnet. Altough I'll admit, stuff like nhost seem native to typescript but uses go projects under the covers as well.

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