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  • Welcome Telerik UI for UWP

    Today we’re happy to announce that Progress Telerik UI for UWP is joining the .NET Foundation.The Telerik UI for UWP suite is a collection of over 20 high quality controls for the Universal Windows Platform, including complex controls such as Grid and Chart. Telerik has It was released to the community as open source earlier this year, and we’re excited to welcome the project to .NET Foundation. You can read more about both the Progress Telerik UI for UWP project and why they’re excited to join the .NET Foundation on their announcement post. …

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  • Welcome Akka.NET to the .NET Foundation

    Today we’re really excited to welcome Akka.NET to the .NET Foundation. You can read their post on joining the .NET Foundation here.Akka.NET is a C# and F# implementation of the popular distributed actor model framework originally developed on the Java Virtual Machine by Lightbend. Akka.NET allows you to build highly concurrent applications at any scale; it can run on mobile devices using Xamarin and (soon) Unity3d; it can run inside ASP.NET MVC and WCF applications to help build highly available distributed systems; and it's about to launch on …

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  • Welcome ReactiveUI to the .NET Foundation

    Today we’re happy to announce that ReactiveUI is joining the .NET Foundation!ReactiveUI is a composable, cross-platform model-view-viewmodel framework for all .NET platforms that is inspired by functional reactive programming which is a paradigm that allows you to express the idea around a feature in one readable place, abstract mutable state away from your user interfaces and improve improve the testability of your application.Most modern programming today is basically imperative, meaning it models the traditional fetch-execute cycle of a CPU: …

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  • .NET Summer Hackfest Update: Session 1 Progress, Session 2 Announcements

    .NET Summer Hackfest is a .NET Foundation sponsored, community run open source hacking party. We’re almost done with Session 1 and ramping up for Session 2, so here’s some info on what we’ve been up to and how you can get involved.Here’s the most important part: Session 2 runs from August 7 – August 18 and includes two exciting projects: Brighter and DotVVM. It’s open to everyone, from absolute beginners to experienced .NET open source developers. Here’s a great time to get involved with your .NET open source community!Session 1 Progress: Keen …

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  • Welcome AutoMapper to the .NET Foundation

    Please join me in welcoming AutoMapper to the .NET Foundation!AutoMapper has been a popular library in the .NET open source community for a long time. As their site says: AutoMapper is a simple little library built to solve a deceptively complex problem - getting rid of code that mapped one object to another. This type of code is rather dreary and boring to write, so why not invent a tool to do it for us?Thanks to Jimmy Bogard and the AutoMapper team for building and actively maintaining this project for so many years! Welcome! You can read …

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