The main new thing in this new release, is that pipeline simulation now supports plugins with secure and unsecure configurations as well as your own custom plugin instances (this would allow advanced scenarios where plugins need extra 3rd party dependencies injected into them).
Please check the updated section about how to use secure and unsecure configurations and specific plugin instances.
If using specific plugin instances, you might to check the section “2) Injecting dependencies in plugins via a custom constructor” about how to inject external dependencies using your custom constructors on the dependency injection documentation.
The plugin step auditing section has also been updated to support configs and instances how to use secure and unsecure configurations and specific plugin instances.
Full summary of changes below.
Version 3.3.3 allows doing all of the above but also from client applications as well (like Azure functions, Blazor, etc):
Check the 3.3.3 Release Notes
You can find more fine-grained release notes in each NuGet package’s Release Notes, or in each repository’s CHANGELOG.md.