ReactJS.NET 2.1

November 16, 2015 by Daniel Lo Nigro

I'm happy to announce the release of ReactJS.NET 2.1! This is a minor release, and includes a number of changes and fixes since 2.0:

  • #189 - If errors occur while loading a JS file, don't throw an exception until we actually try to use the script. This ensures that a syntax error in a file loaded with AddScriptWithoutTransform will not crash IIS.
  • #186 - Expose ReactDOM just in case it's used in some script.
  • #182 - Use SHA1 rather than MD5 for cache hashing so that it can be used in a FIPS-compliant environment. Thanks to Ruaidhri Primrose
  • Added a console sample to show how ReactJS.NET can be used outside of a web context.
  • #195 - Add ReactEnvironment.Current property as a shortcut to get the current React environment. This replaces the old method of directly using the DI container (React.AssemblyRegistration.Container.Resolve<IReactEnvironment>()).

Have fun, and as always, please feel free to send feedback or bug reports on GitHub.

— Daniel