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Today, we released a new version of Reactive Extensions for .NET.

This new version is a good reason to end the long video silence on C9. Here, Wes, Bart, and Jeff discuss the various changes in this release, why it took so long, and what we have been doing these last couple of months.

Rx can be downloaded from the DevLabs project page.

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Comments (1)

  1. clement.gutel@gmail.com says:

    Hey Guys.

    RX is awesome.

    Given that the latest release of the Silverlight toolkit 4 beta has a reference to v1 of the reactive framework, is it possible to use both the SL toolkit and the latest bits of RX ?