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What is a stable version of DD4T 2.0 (.NET) - Git branch URL to download the source code for my local reference. On GitHub I can see only some modules branches and not the whole source code branches.

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If you go to you will find all sources separated by package names, for .NET you have:

Add to that one of the DD4T.Providers for the version of SDL Tridion you are using (or SDL Web 8 of course ;o), and in case you want to use the The DD4T RestService, then add that one too (plus I think you need one of the Dependency Injection options).

More details on getting started can be found here

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Hi @Bart, Can you also share corresponding links for Java? It will be good to have in one place. – Huston Lopes Jan 8 at 13:35
The place you can find all that is ๐Ÿ˜‰ – Bart Koopman Jan 8 at 13:42
As you asked adding link here as well, unlike .Net you get all sources collated for java . – Ashutosh Jan 8 at 16:46

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