My new Pluralsight course Making .NET Data Types More Human With Humanizer was recently released.
With Humanizer our application user experience can be improved. For example we’ve all seen (and probably written) applications that just add “(s)” to a list of things: “1 order(s)” rather that adding the “s” only when there is more than 1 order.
Another use case is the Humanization of DateTimes. For example in a logging application we’d probably want the log entry date and time right down to the millisecond. In a Twitter app for example, that level of detail is not essential to the user experience; in this instance Humanizer can give us a string such as “2 hours ago” which is a lot easier on the eye.
Check out the GitHub site, give a shout out to the creator Mehdi Khalili on Twitter, or watch the Pluralsight course here.
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