Today is a great day: we’ve just published stable releases for all nanoFramework class libraries and firmware images.
A lot has changed since the last stable release! Along with many new features, this release brings along a proven history of stability that many of our community have been providing feedback through our preview releases, so we thought this would be a great opportunity to rubber stamp it.
To name a few of the features added since the last stable release:
- Network improvements like TLS and HTTP Client and Server libraries.
- New class libraries like Json.NETMF, AMQPLite, MQTT, 1-Wire, CAN and DAC.
- Storage class libraries with support for USB mass storage devices and SD Cards (target dependent).
- New CLR features and improvements over the existing ones.
- Custom managed events.
- Deployment image generator.
- nanoFirmwareFlasher tool to easily update images on target boards.
- Increased communication speed in Visual Studio extension allow quicker deployments and smoother debug experience.
- Increase QA with SonarCloud and CD-CI moved to Azure DevOps.
More good stuff is on the queue so stay tuned.
By the way: nanoFramework needs you! There are a bunch of ways to contribute to the project besides coding. To find out what you can do take a look here.
Have fun with nanoFramework!