MassTransit v2.0.1 Available

At the end of October, we released MassTransit v2.0.1 to GitHub and NuGet. This release only included a few fixes that didn’t make it into the v2.0 release. Since I never made an official announcement of v2.0 on the blog, some links to the project, documentation, and mailing list are included below.

For those using the 1.x lineage of MassTransit, v2.0 includes several breaking changes in the API. This was necessary to reduce the complexity of getting new users up-to-speed, as well as eliminating some common areas of confusion. The API for v2.x should remain consistent from this point forward (well, until we start working on v3.x, which is a long ways off honestly).

Project Site (hosted on GitHub)
NuGet Project
Documentation
Mailing List
Ohloh Metrics

It’s worth noting that the MassTransit organization on GitHub is the ‘official’ repository. Please file any issues on that repository so that all of the MassTransit team members can help with any issues. However, you are encouraged to check the mailing list first as many first-time issues are discussed there.

This release was a long road and involved a lot of internal code cleanup, API grooming, and support for a new transport (RabbitMQ). We welcome your feedback, questions, and suggestions.

Enjoy!

 

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About Chris Patterson

Chris is a senior architect for RelayHealth, the connectivity business of the nation's leading healthcare services company. There he is responsible for the architecture and development of applications and services that accelerate care delivery by connecting patients, providers, pharmacies, and financial institutions. Previously, he led the development of a new content delivery platform for TV Guide, enabling the launch of a new entertainment network seen on thousands of cable television systems. In his spare time, Chris is an active open-source developer and a primary contributor to MassTransit, a distributed application framework for .NET. In 2009, he was awarded the Most Valuable Professional award by Microsoft for his technical community contributions.
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    Do you mind create a sample of a winform that receives messages using Saga(all your samples are console app)?  I am a newbie to MassTransit. Just want to know if MassTransit is suitable for my application. Thanks in advance