Part 1: Have you tried the new composite controls?
DotVVM 4.0 has introduced a new way of building custom controls called Composite controls. In this article, we’ll share multiple use cases for these controls, and also some useful tips and tricks how to use this concept efficiently.
Released DotVVM 4.0
We are happy to announce the release of DotVVM 4.0. This version contains several new features, many bug fixes and some significant performance improvements.
Released DotVVM 3.2 and Preview 1 of DotVVM 4.0
Few days ago, we have released DotVVM 3.2 which brings many important fixes and improvements over the previous versions. If you have already upgraded to DotVVM 3.0 or 3.1, you should definitely move to DotVVM 3.2 – we are not aware of any breaking changes so far, and there is a lot of improvements.
Released DotVVM 3.1
We are happy to announce that we published a new release of DotVVM few days ago – DotVVM 3.1. It brings many improvements of features introduced in DotVVM 3.0, and allows you to do more things on the client-side.
Released DotVVM 3.0
A month after releasing a public preview, we are now releasing the final release of DotVVM 3.0. It brings several new features as well as many small improvements and bug fixes.
Released public preview of DotVVM 3.0
We have a great news today! After almost a year of development, we have released a public preview of DotVVM 3.0.
Update to DotVVM 2.5.1
We’ve just released DotVVM 2.5.1 – a new version bringing an important fix. If you are using DotVVM 2.5, please upgrade to 2.5.1.
Announcing DotVVM 2.5
We’ve just released a new minor version of DotVVM – the version 2.5. It took longer than we expected, but there were several fixes and features we wanted to squeeze in this release.