Microsoft.Experience.CloudFx 1.3.0.9

The Cloud Application Framework & Extensions (CloudFx) is a Swiss Army knife for Windows Azure developers which offers a set of production quality components and building blocks intended to jump-start the implementation of feature-rich, reliable and extensible Windows Azure-based solutions and services.

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Install-Package Microsoft.Experience.CloudFx -Version 1.3.0.9
dotnet add package Microsoft.Experience.CloudFx --version 1.3.0.9
<PackageReference Include="Microsoft.Experience.CloudFx" Version="1.3.0.9" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add Microsoft.Experience.CloudFx --version 1.3.0.9
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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
2.1.3 32,138 9/29/2013
2.1.2-rc 615 8/25/2013
2.1.1-rc 486 8/24/2013
2.1.0-rc 2,554 8/17/2013
2.0.0.1 919 8/10/2013
2.0.0 4,015 6/15/2013
1.4.0.10 17,272 4/9/2013
1.4.0.9 20,094 3/2/2013
1.4.0.8 40,213 2/7/2013
1.4.0.7 756 1/12/2013
1.3.1.2 815 1/11/2013
1.3.1.1 740 12/21/2012
1.3.1 702 11/30/2012
1.3.0.9 720 11/16/2012
1.3.0.8 653 11/9/2012
1.3.0.7 638 11/8/2012
1.3.0.6 684 10/25/2012
1.3.0.5 663 10/20/2012
1.3.0.4 683 10/6/2012
1.3.0.3 763 9/14/2012
1.3.0.2 740 8/31/2012
1.3.0.1 630 8/30/2012
1.3.0 716 8/23/2012
1.2.0.23 694 8/2/2012
1.2.0.22 679 7/19/2012
1.2.0.21 742 7/11/2012
1.2.0.20 695 7/5/2012
1.2.0.19 645 6/27/2012
1.2.0.18 695 6/7/2012
1.2.0.17 681 6/5/2012
1.2.0.16 717 5/10/2012
1.2.0.15 724 5/8/2012
1.2.0.14 680 5/4/2012
1.2.0.12 683 5/3/2012
1.2.0.11 661 5/3/2012
1.2.0.10 703 5/3/2012
1.2.0.9 776 5/1/2012
1.2.0.8 712 5/1/2012
1.2.0.7 766 3/27/2012
1.2.0.6 723 3/27/2012
1.2.0.5 734 3/6/2012
1.2.0.4 729 3/3/2012
1.2.0.3 741 3/2/2012
1.2.0.2 1,011 2/28/2012
1.2.0.1 703 2/27/2012
1.2.0 795 2/22/2012
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