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Get it on Github

Learn about the Breeze family of repositories on GitHub.

Get the JavaScript libraries:

Start with NuGet

This is the easiest way to build a Breeze application if you are using Visual Studio.

Breeze on bower

Two bower packages: breeze-client (core) and breeze-client-labs (labs).

In a terminal or console window, positioned on your client directory, type:
bower install breeze-client
bower install breeze-client-labs

Breeze on npm

Two npm packages: breeze-client (core) and breeze-client-labs (labs).

In a terminal or console window, positioned on your client directory, type:
npm install breeze-client
npm install breeze-client-labs

The Breeze source code is free, open-source, MIT licensed.

Prerequisites

Many of the demos and samples were built with .NET development in mind. Please review the prerequisites topic before trying to build and execute them.

Release notes

Please visit the BreezeJS Release Notes page.

Prior Release Builds

Listing of BreezeJs releases available for download.