The summary below describes major new features, items of note and breaking changes. The full list of issues is in the release notes and is available to those with access to the Encodo issue tracker.
All web support in Quino has been moved to a separate repository. The Quino repository has been renamed to Quino-Standard. The only effect this has on customers is that minor version numbers for web components may diverge from those of Quino-Standard. In a subsequent release, we will be moving all Windows-platform–specific projects (Windows, Winform and WPF) to a
Quino-Windows repository. Again, users of Quino will be unaffected other than minor version-numbers diverging slightly.
The reasoning behind this change is as follows:
We are in the process of targeting
Quino-Standard to .NET Standard 2.0. This work is nearing completion, but Windows-based components will remain targeted to .NET Framework.
Parts of the web framework are being developed more quickly than either Winform/WPF or Quino-Standard itself. We wanted to allow those components to be developed individually to allow more freedom for innovation and to allow the logical components to choose when to upgrade (i.e. both
Quino-Windows are/will be consumers of
Quino-Standard libraries, just like any customer product).
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