Introducing Deck.NET

When Bridge.NET first launched in 2015, we included a basic online editor for running and sharing C# code samples compiled into JavaScript. The initial version of this online editor was …

Bridge 1.12 Released

The Bridge.NET team has been working overtime to ensure version 1.12 is packed full of important new features and fixes. We’re excited to announce the immediate availability of Bridge.NET 1.12. …

Bridge 1.11 Released

We’re happy to announce the immediate availability of Bridge.NET 1.11. This release is a compilation of the generous contributions from the Bridge community, and represents a huge amount of work …

Bridge 1.10 Released

We continue work on the next major release of Bridge.NET (Bridge 2.0), but we haven’t forgotten Bridge 1. Support and improvements are being added regularly with another big push happening …

Bridge v1.8 Released

Welcome to version 1.8 of Bridge.NET. It comes packed with bug fixes, performance improvements and some cool new features. Before start exploring what’s new, make sure you have the latest …

Multi-Platform Bridge

Hello everybody! I am Fabrício, a Developer here at Object.NET, working on the Bridge.NET project. I am posting this to talk about a LinkedIn article I’ve recently published which has …

Bridge v1.7 Released

In this version of Bridge, we are thrilled to announce support for the generation of TypeScript definition files for Bridge.NET projects. Now, you can instruct the Bridge C# to JavaScript …

Bridge.NET Acquires Saltarelle

As we continue to invest in the growth of our open source C#-to-JavaScript compiler, it’s important to provide the user community with a more powerful and versatile product. To that …

Bridge v1.6 Released

We’ve blogged about building a Bridge.NET project on Mac and Linux using Visual Studio Code, before. This week, responding to user demand and feedback on the forum and GitHub, we’ve …