Over the past year, I’ve been working on maturing Prise. I can proudly say that the day has come to announce version 2.0 of Prise, A .NET Plugin Framework.
This time around, I’ve heard the community loud and clear 📢, Prise comes with the following new features:
- More tests!
- Support for testing plugins using the Prise.Testing package
- Rename of the PluginBridge to ReverseProxy
- Support for loading plugins from NuGet Packages!
- More examples!
- A fresh new documentation page: https://merken.github.io/Prise/
Whilst still working on supporting .NET 5, Prise can presently be used in any .NET Core 2.1, 3.1 or NET 5 preview project.