13 Oct
2012

How do you know if you can take your open-source project to the next level?

693 days ago (wow), just shy of two years, I typed git push upstream master into Git Bash and pushed out the first public code of Nancy. Since then, and thanks to the fantastic response that we given by the .NET community, it’s been what I’ve spent the majority of my personal coding time on. […]

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23 Aug
2012

.NET 4.5 : Operation could destabilize the runtime (yikes!)

Update: Microsoft has since posted an update to .NET Framework 4.5 which resolves this issue. For more information, please visit http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2748645 The other week I got around to installing Visual Studio 2012 and .NET Framework 4.5 RTM bits on my machine – thought it was about time that I made the switch. Though after the installation […]

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3 May
2012

Nancy : Now with Mono builds on every commit

We?ve always tried to make sure that Nancy being able to run on Mono for every new release we put out. Since neither me or @Grumpydev use Mono or MonoDevelop as our primary development environment, nor does a lot of our contributors, we?ve always found ourselves having to play ?mono-catch-up? at the end of each […]

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25 Feb
2012

Nancy v0.10.0 – The next step in awesome

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TL;DR A couple of days ago we (finally) managed to get v0.10.0 out of the door and it’s packed of goodies! Diagnostics, razor improvements, bug fixes, weighted request headers, model validation and lots of tweaks to existing features are only a couple of things that went into this release. The community continue to bless us […]

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