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Announcing the .NET Framework 4.5.1 Preview

Updated (2017): See .NET Framework Releases to learn about newer releases. This release is unsupported. Updated (July 2015): See Announcing .NET Framework 4.6 to read about the latest version of the NET Framework. Update: The .NET Framework 4.5.1 RTM has been released and is available for download. The content below is still a great ...
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Please welcome ImmutableArray

We’ve just released an update to our immutable collection package which adds a new member to the family of immutable collection types: ImmutableArray<T>. In this post, I’ll talk about why we added another collection and how it relates to the existing types. I’ll also cover some minor updates we did to our package. ...
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Update to HttpClient and Automatic Decompression

Two weeks ago, we published a beta of HttpClient that provides support for automatic decompression. Since then, we’ve received a fair amount of feedback, especially around the fact that it relies on a native implementation of compression that isn’t available on the same platforms as HttpClient. Today, we’ve published another...
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NuGet Package Restore Issues

We’ve received several reports that our NuGet packages broke the NuGet package restore feature. In this post, I’ll explain what the issue is, how you can work around it, and finally how we plan on fixing this issue in the long term. The problem and solution Microsoft.Bcl.Build and Microsoft.Bcl.Compression require custom target ...

Portable Compression and HttpClient Working Together

Today we’re happy to announce that we released two NuGet packages: Before we go into the details, let’s first take a look at why compression is particularly interesting for HttpClient. Compression and HttpClient We live in a world where we are permanently surrounded by devices, particularly smart phones. Apps that run on these ...
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Portable Compression and HttpClient Working Together

Today we’re happy to announce that we released two NuGet packages: Before we go into the details, let’s first take a look at why compression is particularly interesting for HttpClient. Compression and HttpClient We live in a world where we are permanently surrounded by devices, particularly smart phones. Apps that run on these ...
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Portable Compression and HttpClient Working Together

Today we’re happy to announce that we released two NuGet packages: Before we go into the details, let’s first take a look at why compression is particularly interesting for HttpClient. Compression and HttpClient We live in a world where we are permanently surrounded by devices, particularly smart phones. Apps that run on these ...
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Portable Compression and HttpClient Working Together

Today we’re happy to announce that we released two NuGet packages: Before we go into the details, let’s first take a look at why compression is particularly interesting for HttpClient. Compression and HttpClient We live in a world where we are permanently surrounded by devices, particularly smart phones. Apps that run on these ...
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Portable Compression and HttpClient Working Together

Today we’re happy to announce that we released two NuGet packages: Before we go into the details, let’s first take a look at why compression is particularly interesting for HttpClient. Compression and HttpClient We live in a world where we are permanently surrounded by devices, particularly smart phones. Apps that run on these ...
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Get /httpclient/rtm – 200 OK

As promised in our last blog post we’re releasing Microsoft.Net.Http as a stable NuGet package today. Yep, that’s right: You can finally start using the portable HttpClient 2.1 in production! As we’ve discussed in previous blog posts, HttpClient is a modern networking API which makes it easy to access any resource exposed ...
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