Today is a good day to try. After a couple of early demonstrators, today’s release is the first mature one and we consider it to be an almost production-ready product except for a few features and testing. If you have a small, fresh project, it’s a good time to try Metalama to see what it’s capable of.
Metalama is the successor of PostSharp. Metalama surpasses PostSharp in many regards including design-time experience, ease of use, platform support, performance, and debuggability. However, there are still feature gaps. It is not yet a good time to perform the big migration on your own. No worry! We will still be supporting PostSharp until Metalama will become a complete replacement, and even some time after this milestone.
We will provide caviar support to early adopters. If you’re using PostSharp and are excited to move to Metalama, we would like to hear from you. According to Metalama’s readiness and our own capacities, we will do all we can to early adopters to port their code to Metalama. Any question now? Join us on Slack for anything.
You can use Metalama for free. Metalama is free during preview for everyone, but that’s not all. You can continue with the free Metalama Essentials which includes a broad set of features without limitation of project size or company size. We will also offer free licenses of our unlimited product for open-source projects, students & classrooms, MVPs, other influencers.