TeamCity.CodeBetter Project List

The question was asked: Dammit, why can’t you do anything right?

But that’s not a question worth answering at the moment, instead I’ll focus on a different question that was asked: Some of the projects on the TeamCity/CodeBetter offspring (or, to be more inline with its parents’ love of Pascal casing, OffSpring) sound interesting, but not all of them pop up on Google. Is there a list of all the projects with descriptions?

The TeamCity administrators hummed and hawed a bit before deciding on our answer: no. So I set about creating one. Forthwith:

Project Url Description
AutoMapper http://www.codeplex.com/AutoMapper/ A convention-based automapper
CodeCampServer http://codecampserver.com Sample MVC app for hosting code camps
ColorCode http://colorcode.codeplex.com Library for syntax highlighting
Concordion.Net http://code.google.com/p/concordion-net/ An acceptance testing framework that allows users to place their specifications in an HTML file. These files contain references to fixtures in test code that are executed by Concordion
CThru http://cthru.codeplex.com/ A collection of open source projects, all on the Typemock Open-AOP API
dnAnalytics http://www.codeplex.com/dnAnalytics An open source numerical library for the .NET Framework and Mono
Docu http://docu.jagregory.com/ A documentation generator for .Net that isn’t complicated, awkward, or difficult to use
Fluent ADO.Net http://fluentado.codeplex.com/ A lightweight wrapper around Ado.Net, designed to be used in a fluent manner, encourage code reused, and make mapping to domain classes easier.
Fluent NHibernate http://fluentnhibernate.org/ Fluent, XML-less, compile safe, automated,  testable mappings for NHibernate.
FubuMVC http://fubumvc.pbworks.com/ A Front Controller-style framework designed primarily for Web applications built upon ASP.NET (though it could be used for non-web/non-ASP.NET purposes)
HandleCheck http://code.google.com/p/handlecheck/ A Java Google AppEngine-based service for checking available handles (a.k.a. usernames) across the Web
HORN http://groups.google.com/group/horn-development .NET port of Portage
IncludeCombiner http://blog.neverrunwithscissors.com/tag/include-combiner A component for mashing together & compressing scripts & CSS within an ASP.NET MVC site to improve front-end performance
Index 4 Objects http://i4o.codeplex.com/ Class library that extends LINQ to allow you to put indexes on your objects. The speed of LINQ operations are often over one thousand times faster than without i4o.
LinFu http://code.google.com/p/linfu A set of libraries that extend the CLR by adding: AOP, dynamic proxies, late binding, mixins, universal event handling, closures with lambda arguments, duck typing, design by contract
Machine http://groups.google.com/group/machine_users Machine is a collection of libraries and utilities.
MassTransit http://code.google.com/p/masstransit/ Lean service bus implementation for building loosely coupled applications using the .NET framework
MVCContrib http://mvccontrib.org/ Adds additional functionality on top of the MVC Framework
N2 CMS http://code.google.com/p/n2cms/ Open source content management system based on ASP.NET version 2.0 (or more)
NBehave http://nbehave.org A framework for Behaviour-Driven Development
NGenerics http://www.codeplex.com/NGenerics A class library providing generic data structures and algorithms not implemented in the standard .NET framework
NHaml http://code.google.com/p/nhaml/ A pure .NET implementation of the popular Rails Haml view engine
NHibernate http://nhibernate.org Seriously, do you need a description?
Ninject http://ninject.org Lightning-fast dependency injection for .net
NServiceBus http://www.nservicebus.com/ A powerful, yet lightweight, open source messaging framework for designing distributed .NET enterprise systems
SolrNet http://code.google.com/p/solrnet/ Solr client for .NET. Solr is an open source enterprise search server based on the Lucene Java search library
State Machine Toolkit http://sourceforge.net/projects/smtoolkit/ A generic state machine in C#
VisualCI   A suite of applications that monitor the health of builds over different build server types (CruiseControl, TeamCity, etc.) **Not published yet**
Regionerate http://www.rauchy.net/regionerate An automatic layout enforcement tool for the C# programming language
Rhino http://sourceforge.net/projects/rhino-tools A collection of useful tools for developers in .Net, including mocking framework, utility library, extension to Castle’s Windsor, etc.
S#arp Architecture http://sharparchitecture.net An architectural foundation for building maintainable web applications with ASP.NET MVC 
Spark http://sparkviewengine.com/ A view engine for Asp.Net Mvc and Castle Project MonoRail frameworks
Story Teller http://storyteller.tigris.org/ Automated acceptance testing for .Net
Structure Map http://structuremap.sourceforge.net/Default.htm A Dependency Injection / Inversion of Control tool for .Net
StyleCop for ReSharper http://www.codeplex.com/StyleCopForReSharper A ReSharper plugin that allows Microsoft StyleCop to be run as you type, generating real-time highlighting of violations and automatic fixing of StyleCop issues
Subtext http://subtextproject.com/ A personal blog publishing platform that focuses on usability, elegance, and simplicity
Tarantino http://code.google.com/p/tarantino/ A collection of libraries and tools to facilitate change management and development
xUnit.net http://xunit.codeplex.com/ Unit testing framework for .NET

All of you project administrators out there, I would recommend you update your descriptions accordingly. This won’t be the definitive list for very long so if someone is browsing through the list, it would be nice to see something descriptive in there.

And JetBrains, if you’re listening, a URL field for the project would be dandy like the wine bearing its name.

Kyle the Compiled

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  • http://blog.fohjin.com Mark Nijhof

    Wow this is really an impressive contribution to the Open Source community. Thank you!