Nancy is creating a lightweight, low-ceremony, HTTP framework for .NET
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Nancy is a lightweight, low-ceremony, framework for building HTTP based services on .Net and Mono. The goal of the framework is to stay out of the way as much as possible and provide a super-duper-happy-path to all interactions.

WHY? The project is open-source (MIT licence) and for the past five years our multinational team has put thousands of hours into creating, maintaining and evolving the framework. It is currently one of the biggest open-source projects (nearly 250 unique contributors, 1+ million downloads) on the .NET platform and it is being used by individuals and organisations all around the world.

With your help, even more time could be invested into further maintaining the framework. More time could be spent on writing documentation, samples, fixing bugs (yep, we sometimes get them too!) and providing support to our community.

We have come a long way on nothing but devotion, but have far more ideas than we are currently being able to invest time into - we hope that at least a couple of these can be brought with the support by our users and community.

WHAT WOULD YOU GET?
 Besides our eternal gratitude, you would help ensure that we can keep putting out new releases and help our community build mission critical applications, using our framework.

Believe me, if we could work on this 24/7 we would, but we also like to eat and pay the bills :-D Through you support we could spend more time working on this and help provide more, and faster, value to everyone that uses Nancy in their applications.

We have a solid track-record of putting out releases and encouraging community involvement plus we have been going at it for the past five years, with no intention of stopping anytime soon. We <3 working on open-source software and we <3 providing innovation on our platform.

WANT TO READ MORE ABOUT NANCY? Head right over to our website, visit out GitHub organisation to get the full story. You are also welcome to drop us a line on our Twitter @nancyfx if you have any questions that you are unable to find the answer to.

Thank you!
Nancy is a lightweight, low-ceremony, framework for building HTTP based services on .Net and Mono. The goal of the framework is to stay out of the way as much as possible and provide a super-duper-happy-path to all interactions.

WHY? The project is open-source (MIT licence) and for the past five years our multinational team has put thousands of hours into creating, maintaining and evolving the framework. It is currently one of the biggest open-source projects (nearly 250 unique contributors, 1+ million downloads) on the .NET platform and it is being used by individuals and organisations all around the world.

With your help, even more time could be invested into further maintaining the framework. More time could be spent on writing documentation, samples, fixing bugs (yep, we sometimes get them too!) and providing support to our community.

We have come a long way on nothing but devotion, but have far more ideas than we are currently being able to invest time into - we hope that at least a couple of these can be brought with the support by our users and community.

WHAT WOULD YOU GET?
 Besides our eternal gratitude, you would help ensure that we can keep putting out new releases and help our community build mission critical applications, using our framework.

Believe me, if we could work on this 24/7 we would, but we also like to eat and pay the bills :-D Through you support we could spend more time working on this and help provide more, and faster, value to everyone that uses Nancy in their applications.

We have a solid track-record of putting out releases and encouraging community involvement plus we have been going at it for the past five years, with no intention of stopping anytime soon. We <3 working on open-source software and we <3 providing innovation on our platform.

WANT TO READ MORE ABOUT NANCY? Head right over to our website, visit out GitHub organisation to get the full story. You are also welcome to drop us a line on our Twitter @nancyfx if you have any questions that you are unable to find the answer to.

Thank you!

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