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Two awesome releases in the last week! Much thanks to the great community surrounding both projects! Here’s what’s new:
Check out the full set of changes.
Nigel Sampson and Thomas Ibel are going to town these days! Some really cool stuff happening in this release. Here’s a few things:
You can get the latest versions of both of these frameworks on Nuget.
Today I'm very excited to officially bring to you Durandal!
Here's a short list of it's features:
I'm also pleased to announce that I've been working with the ASP.NET team to bring Durandal to you as an ASP.NET MVC Template, released today and compatible with the new Web Tools 2012.2 release. You can grab the VSIX, install it and get started very quickly building rich web apps now. If using the VSIX isn’t your style, we’ve got several nuget packages available too. Finally, if you just love NodeJS, you might be interested in using our Mimosa skeleton.
To learn more, please visit the official site, where you will find the getting started guide, documentation, videos, training and commercial support options.
Stay tuned. There's lots to say about Durandal and I look forward to sharing it with you in the coming weeks and months.
I’m labeling this the Thomas Ibel/Nigel Sampson release. Why? Because these two hardworking gentlemen have put great effort into bringing you the most mature version of Caliburn.Micro yet. In the two months since our 1.4 release they’ve dealt with almost every outstanding issue on our list. Great work guys! In addition to bug fixes, there’s been some minor enhancements, we’ve synced up the latest WUI library and added official support for WPF 4.5. You can get it on Nuget now. Enjoy!
Last edited Dec 6, 2010 at 4:31 PM by EisenbergEffect, version 10
Thanks for the awesome gift :)
Thanks all Caliburn Micro developers.
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