Download & Install

Version: 15.7.0 • Release Date: 2017-01-16 • Release Notes

For Visual Studio

Download the .vsix file for Visual Studio. Once downloaded, just double click the file and install. Be sure to read the Getting Started article.

For Visual Studio Code

Download .zip file, unzip to a location on your machine, then open the folder in Visual Studio Code. Works on Windows, Mac and Linux. Requires installation of Mono for Mac OSX and Linux.

NuGet Installation

Create a new Class Library project within Visual Studio. Then, search for “Bridge.NET” in the NuGet Package Manager. Finally click “Install”. Or, run the following command in NuGet Console:

Bridge.NET is hosted on GitHub! You can directly build it from the original source code.

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Get Started Quicker

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Release Notes

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Version 15.7.0
Release Date 2017-01-16
Framework .NET 4.0 and higher
CPU 32 & 64 bit
Visual Studio 2012, 2013 & 2015
Browser Support
Safari 6+
Opera 12+
Safari iOS6+
Chrome Android 4.1+
IE10+ Win8