If you want to find out which version of a software library for your programming language of choice is the latest, you had to go the libraries’ website or the repository. Finding the website, the latest version and getting reminded on important bugfixes for the libraries you use can cost a lot of time.
VersionEye is a website that tracks software libraries in 8 different programming languages and 7 package managers. Eg. if you are a Ruby developer you might be interested in the latest Rails, Sinatra or Capybara version. As a Java developer the latest versions of Spring, Guice or Hibernate might be of interest for you.
If you regularly search for software libraries you may want to have a search engine directly in your browser. VersionEye now supports OpenSearch so you can add VersionEye as a search engine to your browser and quickly find out what…
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