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ReactiveUI v8.2.1 released

Published
Monday, May 14, 2018
Category
Release Notes
Author
Geoffrey Huntley

macOS

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ReactiveUI v8.0.1 released

Published
Wednesday, May 9, 2018
Category
Release Notes
Author
Geoffrey Huntley

Elijah Reva noticed a net461 regression that affected Windows Presentation Foundation and Windows Forms. During the netstandard refactor we missed renaming a compilation symbol which resulted in PropertyChangedEventManager.DeliverEvent being used when setting reactive properties. WeakEventManager should not be used on these platforms and this hotfix disables it.

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.NET Core 3 and ReactiveUI

Published
Monday, May 7, 2018
Category
Announcement
Author
Geoffrey Huntley

At Microsoft Build Live today, Microsoft shared a first look at their plans for .NET Core 3. The highlight of .NET Core 3 is support for Windows desktop applications, specifically Windows Forms, Windows Presentation Framework (WPF), and UWP XAML. Soon you will be able to run new and existing Windows desktop applications on .NET Core and enjoy all the benefits that .NET Core has to offer.

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Delisting of versions before 8.0.0 from NuGet

Published
Friday, May 4, 2018
Category
Announcement
Author
Geoffrey Huntley

As part of the v8.0.0 release, ReactiveUI changed the field separator used in our package names from dashes to periods which is the standard convention used in dotnet. It was a breaking change, and our documentation was updated as part of the release to provide you with instructions of which package is needed for every platform.

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System.Reactive has a new home on GitHub

Published
Thursday, May 3, 2018
Category
Announcement
Author
Geoffrey Huntley

At MVP Summit, the community met with Microsoft and with their support and encouragement the community forked control of System.Reactive. Over the last couple weeks some of the smartest brains from multiple ecosystems have united in our Slack instance to plan for the future.

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Moving towards VSTS and continuous deployment

Published
Wednesday, May 2, 2018
Category
Announcement
Author
Geoffrey Huntley

Howdy folks,

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ReactiveUI v8.0.0 released

Published
Tuesday, May 1, 2018
Category
Release Notes
Author
Geoffrey Huntley

Hello ;-)

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The future of System.Reactive

Published
Monday, April 30, 2018
Category
Announcement
Author
Geoffrey Huntley

The last official release of System.Reactive by Microsoft was back in 2014. On the 16th of June 2016 Oren Novotny (with the help of Bart De Smet) moved Rx/Ix into the .NET Foundation.

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You, I, and ReactiveUI

Published
Sunday, April 22, 2018
Category
Announcement
Author
Kent Boogaart

I'm elated to finally announce the launch of my book, You, I, and ReactiveUI. This has been a labor of love, and I'm sure you'll be as happy as I am with the result. You can find out more at http://kent-boogaart.com/you-i-and-reactiveui/.

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Run a meetup? Are you looking for presenters?

Published
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Category
Announcement
Author
Geoffrey Huntley

Announcing something pretty special today; I'm not sure if anyone has done this before so here we go.

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The public API surface of ReactiveUI is now protected by API approval tests

Published
Thursday, September 7, 2017
Category
Announcement
Author
Geoffrey Huntley

When reviewing pull requests the maintainers used to manually eyeball the changes proposed in a pull-request to determine if there was a change to the public API surface. We now have new tests, one per platform that trip when the public API surface changes for that platform.

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Assemblies are now code signed with the .NET Foundation certificate

Published
Tuesday, September 5, 2017
Category
Announcement
Author
Geoffrey Huntley

Thanks to a legendary contribution from Oren Novotny, all ReactiveUI assemblies from v8.0.0-alpha73 and onwards are code signed with the .NET Foundation certificate. Identity signing of the assemblies means that you can verify the authenticity of the binaries used in your application and ensure they have not been tampered with as only assemblies compiled via the .NET Foundation CI infrastructure are signed with this certificate.

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