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It's RX v2 Baby! Reactive Extensions v2.0 RTW, with details, download and the SDK too!

| Friday, August 17, 2012
Today, we’re extremely pleased to announce the availability of Reactive Extensions for .NET (Rx) v2.0 RTM, aligned with the availability of Visual Studio 2012 RTM and Windows 8 RTM for MSDN subscribers. This is a major milestone for the Rx project and we hope you’ll love what you see!

In this post, we’ll focus on how to download and install the bits for use in various application frameworks. Unlike previous posts about the v2.0 pre-releases, we’ll defer further technical details to a series of follow-up posts. Nonetheless, we’ll give a brief introduction into the use of Portable Library with Rx v2.0 RTM.

Note: We’ve written this post in the typical font used for big announcements nowadays – Comic Sans – in honor of the Higgs boson discovery. In case you don’t want to partake in this celebration for the remainder of the post, click here to switch fonts.

Before we get started, make a note of the supported platforms for this release:

.NET Framework 4
.NET Framework 4.5
.NET Framework 4.5 for Windows Store apps
Silverlight 5
Windows Phone 7.5
Although this post was authored on Windows 8 using Visual Studio 2012 for screenshots, Rx can be used with Visual Studio 2010, and/or on older versions of the operating system as well. (For example, at the time of writing this post, Windows Phone development wasn’t yet publicly available in Visual Studio 2012, so that’d be a case where you have to use Visual Studio 2010 for the time being.)

Reactive Extensions for JavaScript (RxJS) users can expect the v2.0 release – including support for WinJS used in Windows Store apps – to hit the web very soon. Watch this blog for the announcement

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