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New using ScriptX in applications samples

(created on: 11.01.16)

We have released two of samples for using ScriptX in .NET applications on Windows to our GitHub:

  1. An illustration of basic use in a WPF application.
  2. Licensed use in a console application.

The source to both samples is unlicensed. The licensed use sample requires a license for the use of the advanced features of ScriptX.

If there are any other samples you would like to see, please let us know.