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OpenSilver 2.0 Launches with VB.NET Support and Over 100 New Features!
Update October 27, 2023: v126.96.36.199 hotfix released.
Recent Developments, Changelog, and Nightly builds:
The OpenSilver team is very active, pushing dozens of commits every month.
- Latest VSIX: version 188.8.131.52 hotfix released on Oct 27, 2023. Download it here.
- Changelog: To see the latest commits, please visit the History of the ‘develop’ branch on GitHub
- Latest NuGet packages: Nightly builds of the OpenSilver NuGet package can be found on MyGet here. To easily use the latest nightly builds in your project, please refer to “How to get the latest preview version of OpenSilver“.
- Stable release builds of the OpenSilver NuGet package are available on NuGet here.
- OpenSilver on Twitter
- Issues on GitHub
- Podcasts: DotNetRocks Interview of Giovanni Albani, CEO of Userware:
- [Legacy] CSHTML5-related sites (note: CSHTML5 is the ancestor of OpenSilver):
- The Live XAML Preview that was introduced in OpenSilver 2.0 will progressively become a full-fledged WYSIWYG designer with drag-and-drop
- New Documentation
- Improved NET CLI support
- Improved macOS support
- Improved VS Code support
- Improved support for migrating WPF applications (in addition to Silverlight)
- Support for Microsoft LightSwitch (note: our current approach is to reimplement it because we don’t have the source code… let us know if you think you might be able to help!)
- Ability to import Blazor components inside your XAML-based OpenSilver application
- F# support to create web apps with F# and XAML
- The awesome PivotViewer control by Microsoft Labs will make a comeback 🙂
- New releases of XR#, the 3D and AR/VR toolkit built atop OpenSilver
- More extensive examples, case studies, and cool demos
- And lots of other great new features… Stay tuned!
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- Check out our All-Inclusive Migration Service FAQ
- OpenSilver 1.1 is out! (read what’s new here) (October 4, 2022)
- OpenSilver 1.0 has been released! (October 2021) Read the Official Announcement – Press Release (PDF) – Press Room
- Introducing the Silverlight Migration Support Plan
- Success stories – see some applications that have been migrated from Silverlight to OpenSilver
- Introducing the OpenSilver Beta (September 2021): Read the Official Announcement – Press Release (PDF) – Press Room
- The first version of the OpenSilver documentation is online. You can read the “internals” page to learn about the inner workings, or search the full API reference. When viewing the reference of a class, you can click “View Source” in the top-right corner to jump to the class C# implementation on GitHub.