Release Notes: September 27, 2015

Hello, v2 2.1!

Today, we're shipping 2.1. This includes 2.1 RTM builds of the core framework and the Visual Studio runner.

It has been approximately 6 months since we shipped 2.0. Since that release was a ground-up rewrite, we spent the intervening time listening to developer feedback, improving the core framework as well as adding features that we weren't able to get into 2.0.

The DNX runner continues to remain in beta, tracking individual releases of the DNX framework; we expect that it will reach RTM when DNX does, early in 2016. Today's release includes a refreshed DNX runner Beta 5 build (2.1.0-beta5a-build188) which is linked against 2.1 RTM.

Once again, we'd like to thank all the users who contributed to the success of through usage, feedback, and code contributions. With this release including new support for Universal Windows Applications, we leaned heavily again on Oren Novotny and the team at Microsoft responsible for the Universal Windows tooling.

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The following individual releases contributed to 2.1:

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