Hyprlinkr 1.0.0 is released.

According to the definition of Semantic Versioning, Hyprlinkr has been in pre-release in more than a year. With the release of ASP.NET Web API 2, I thought it was a good occasion to look at a proper release version.

I've tested Hyprlinkr against Web API 2, and apart from some required assembly redirects, it passes all tests against Web API 2 as well as Web API 1. Being able to support both Web API 1 and 2 is important, I think, because not everyone will be able to migrate to Web API 2 right away.

Since Hyprlinkr is finally out of pre-release mode, it also means that no breaking changes will be introduced before Hyprlinkr 2, which isn't even on the drawing board yet. Since this constitutes a contract, I also trimmed down the API a bit before releasing Hyprlinkr 1.0.0, but all the essential methods are still available.



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Friday, 17 January 2014 19:10:00 UTC

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