Cimbalino Toolkit 2.0.0-beta1

Cimbalino Toolkit

Assuming you don’t live in a planet where you don’t get internet (and I know that’s not the case as you’re reading this!), by now you know that Windows 10 has officially launched!

So did Visual Studio 2015 and NuGet 3.x, so pretty much everything you need to develop new Windows 10 universal apps, right? Not quite! πŸ˜‰

Presenting the new and improved version 2.0.0-beta1 of the Cimbalino Toolkit, and as you already suspect, it is fully compatible with UWP (Universal Windows Platform)!

Proper kudos is owed to MVP Scott Lovegrove as he has done pretty good job for the last couple of weeks to get the toolkit up and running in Windows 10! πŸ™‚

There is a breaking change on using the toolkit from previous versions: NuGet has removed the functionality of running Powershell scripts when you install a package, and Cimbalino Toolkit required that to add the Behaviors SDK to your projects… that said, please make sure that you manually add the Behaviors SDK to any project using the Cimbalino.Toolkit NuGet package!

On a final now, remember that this new version is still a beta as the code and documentation will be reviewed and tested during the next weeks, so do expect to find some issues and bugs! If you find any, please do report them directly on GitHub!