PostSharp 4.3 is now available
Published: August 16, 2016
Improving user experience by saving time and increasing productivity, PostSharp 4.3 provides users with improvements on build-time performance, the debugging experience, and improves the NotifyPropertyChanged aspect by adding support for Caliburn.Micro and MVVM Light. Users also get to have an alternative to NuGet-based deployments.
This latest version means that users no longer need a license to build the source code that they retrieve from Git or TFS but do not create/edit themselves. Furthermore, the limitations of PostSharp Express for new users are now much simpler: you get everything of PostSharp Ultimate, but only if you add aspects to 10 classes per project.
PostSharp enables users to execute good design patterns, raise abstraction and write clean, stable code, with less bugs in less development time.