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Official ASF Apache Edgent releases consist of a single Edgent SDK/runtime source bundle and convenience binaries. Convenience binary jars for the Edgent SDK/runtime are available at the ASF Nexus Releases Repository and Maven Central.

See Quickstart with Edgent Samples if you just want to use Edgent and jump-start your Edgent application development.

Note, a separate binary bundle consisting of all of the Edgent runtime jars is not released. A tool is available in the samples that can create one.

A source bundle contains a README describing how to build the sources.

If you want to access the latest unreleased Edgent source or contribute to the Edgent runtime development, use the GitHub repository. You can also select a particular release version by release tag (e.g., 1.0.0-incubating). See README.md and DEVELOPMENT.md in the repository for more information.

See the community page for more information about contributing to Edgent development.

Apache Edgent Releases

Version Docs
1.2.0-incubating JAVA_SUPPORT, Javadoc, Samples

It is essential that you verify the integrity of a downloaded bundle. See how to verify for details on verifying using downloaded KEYS, PGP signature, MD5, or SHA information.

Download the KEYS file for verifying a bundle's PGP signature.

Version Date Bundles Release Notes PGP MD5 SHA
1.2.0-incubating 2017-12-14 Source 1.2.0 Release tar-ASC tar-MD5 tar-SHA
zip-ASC zip-MD5 zip-SHA

Releases Prior to 1.2.0

Official Apache Edgent releases are available for download from the ASF distribution site. A release consists of a source code bundle and a convenience binary bundle. See the table below for a release's download links.

There is not a separate samples source bundle and convenience binary jars are not distributed to the ASF Nexus Repository or Maven Central.

If you just want to use Edgent, it is easiest to download and unpack a binary bundle. The bundle includes the release's Javadoc. The Javadoc is also accessible online. For more information, please refer to the Getting started guide.

A source bundle contains a README describing how to build the sources.

It is essential that you verify the integrity of a downloaded bundle. See how to verify for details on verifying using downloaded KEYS, PGP signature, MD5, or SHA information.

Download the KEYS file for verifying a bundle's PGP signature.

Version Date Bundles Release Notes Docs PGP MD5 SHA
1.1.0-incubating 2017-03-20 Source 1.1.0 Release Javadoc ASC MD5 SHA
Binary ASC MD5 SHA
1.0.0-incubating 2016-12-15 Source 1.0.0 Release Javadoc ASC MD5 SHA
Binary ASC MD5 SHA