C# library ShellProgressBar

In my career I’ve made a lot of console applications. Purposes of that application was varied but some of them have one common thing: steps/stages. I’ve found out nice library which helps you display steps progress. The name of that library is … ShellProgressBar. Repository of ShellProgessBar is on github. You can use that library with .NET Core. There is a really good documentation on github. So, I’ll show you very simple example of fake import application with ShellProgressBar.

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