LINQ to Twitter v6.1.0 Release Notes

Release Date: 2020-11-30 // over 1 year ago
  • 👌 Supporting Twitter API v2 and v1.1, LINQ to Twitter uses standard LINQ syntax and supports .NET 4.6.1, .NET Core, .NET 5, .NET Standard 2.0, Blazor, Windows 10, and Xamarin platforms.

    🚀 Changes in this release:

    • 📇 Renamed HideTweetAsync to HideReplyAsync
    • ⚡️ Updated all Twitter API v2 record properties to init-only
    • Made all overloads for NewDirectMessageEventAsync public
    • ⚡️ Several nullable reference updates

    🚀 Note: LINQ to Twitter v6.x supports .NET 5. Please see release for LINQ to Twitter 5.x for earlier .NET version support.

    Also on NuGet:


Previous changes from v6.0.0

  • 👌 Supporting Twitter API v2 and v1.1, LINQ to Twitter uses standard LINQ syntax and supports .NET, .NET Core, .NET Standard 2.0, Blazor, Windows 10, and Xamarin platforms.

    🚀 Changes in this release:

    • 👌 Supports .NET 5.0
      -- Recommend LINQ to Twitter v5.0 for earlier .NET versions
    • Includes new Twitter API v2.0 and v1.1
    • 👌 Supports C# v8.0 Nullable References
    • 👌 Supports C# v9.0
    • Entities (e.g. Tweet, User, etc.) are now record types
    • Namespace changes:
      -- Authorizers are in LinqToTwitter.OAuth
      -- LINQ types are in LinqToTwitter.Provider
    • Internally uses System.Text.Json
    • 🔒 HMAC/SHA1 hashes use .NET 5.0 System.Security.Cryptography

    🚀 This release also changes specific technology support. The primary linqtotwitter library is technology agnostic and deploys on all .NET 5 platforms. Technology-specific types are part of a new package. e.g. ASP.NET Core 5 is in the new LinqToTwitter.AspNet package.

    Also on NuGet: