This release adds support for three new platforms to most of our components. Also, we have simplified our product list - you now get binaries for all supported platforms with each product - see this blogpost for details.
Support for Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android
Rebex components now support Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android, making it possible to target iPad/iPhone and Android devices! (The only exception is the Terminal Emulation component whose TerminalControl object relies heavily on Windows Forms and is only available for Windows and Linux at the moment.)
Support for .NET Compact Framework 3.9
In addition to .NET CF 2.0 and 3.5, we now support .NET CF 3.9 as well. This makes it possible to target Windows Embedded Compact 2013, Microsoft's latest incarnation of Window CE.
Support for Visual Studio 2013
All Rebex components now ship with full support for Microsoft Visual Studio 2013. Older Visual Studio versions (2005 and higher) and .NET Framework versions (2.0 and higher) are still supported as well.
Enhanced RTF-to-HTML converter
We fixed several issues found by our clients who deal with MSG or TNEF/winmail.dat messages, making it possible to process even wider range of e-mail messages than before.
Enhanced text selection support
TerminalControl got several new features - PuTTY-style doubleclick&drag and triple-click&drag selection support, and also the ability to extend a selection by holding the shift key while clicking.
Encrypt an existing ZIP file in a single line of code
Need to password-encrypt an existing ZIP file? It's now possible with a single line of code thanks to ZipArchive.Encrypt static method.
(For a complete list of changes, see the release history.)