To make it easier for you to try it out I’ve uploaded the package to NuGet, which you can download from here, or run the simple NuGet command:
in the package manager console inside Visual Studio.
To try it out, please have a look at the examples available on the project’s wiki page (see below list) or take a look at the F# and C# example projects included as part of the solution.
- Encoding and Decoding BERT in C#
- Encoding and Decoding BERT in F#
- Making BERT-RPC calls in C#
- Making BERT-RPC calls in F#
Again, feedbacks and suggestions are very welcomed, and do let me know if you run into any problems or inconveniences whilst using Filbert and I’ll do my best to help you resolve them ASAP.
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