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.NET Core 3.1 and Visual Studio 2019 16.4 now available

Microsoft has announced the release of both .NET Core 3.1 and Visual Studio 2019 16.4 this week.  .NET Core 3.1 includes fixes for .NET Core 3.0, which was released about two months ago. This release is a long-term supported (LTS) release, meaning that it will be supported for three years. According to Microsoft, waiting two … continue reading

.NET 5 merges Core and .NET Framework into one solution

Microsoft has been making big changes to .NET this year. In May, the company announced that it would be merging all of its .NET products, like .NET Core and .NET Framework, into a single .NET.  The .NET Framework is a development platform for building web, Windows, Windows Phone, Windows Server, and Microsoft Azure apps. .NET … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Progress announces new .NET capabilities, WhiteSource integrates with GitLab Core and Eclipse IDE, and PayPal leaves Libra

Progress announced a new release of Progress Telerik tools for .NET developers, adding full day-zero support for .NET Core 3.0 RC across the entire Telerik product line.  New capabilities and features include over 25 native UI components for Blazor; new components and accessibility improvements in ASP.NET Core and ASP.NET MVC; as well as a new … continue reading

Microsoft releases .NET Core 3.0

Today, during the virtual summit .NET Conf, Microsoft announced the availability of its updated cross-platform framework .NET Core 3.0. This release is packed with improvements, new features and advanced support.  The biggest changes in 3.0 include: .NET Core 3.0 has already been battle-tested and will soon be deploying on large workloads Performance has been enhanced … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Core WCF joins .NET Foundation, Databricks and Booz Allen team up, and Javalin 3.0

The .NET Foundation has announced support for Core WCF, an OSS project whose initial code donated from a WCF team member at Microsoft. Core WCP is a por of the Windows Communication Framework. According to its GitHub page, its goal is to move existing WCF projects to .NET Core. “I think this is a great … continue reading

Microsoft previews new web-based Visual Studio Online, reveals .NET 5

Microsoft is closer to delivering a long sought-after capability for Visual Studio developers – a web-based version of the IDE. The company demonstrated Visual Studio Online for the first time at this week’s annual Build developer conference in Seattle. Scott Guthrie, executive VP for Microsoft’s cloud and enterprise business, revealed Visual Studio Online in his … continue reading

Microsoft makes big changes to .NET

Microsoft is making big changes to .NET this year and next. The next big .NET release after .NET Core 3.0 will be .NET 5. With the .NET 5 release, there will be a single .NET, which can be used to target Windows, Linux, macOS, iOS, Android, tvOS, watchOS, WebAssembly, and more. This single .NET platform … continue reading

Microsoft to democratize homomorphic encryption with SEAL for .NET

Microsoft is introducing its open-source homomorphic encryption solution to the .NET developer ecosystem. Microsoft SEAL for .NET is a wrapper library designed to enable developers to interact with Microsoft SEAL for .NET apps. Microsoft SEAL, or Simple Encryption Arithmetic Library, was first open-sourced in December. “As we increasingly move our data to the cloud, there … continue reading

.NET Core 3 Preview 2 brings support for C# 8

Microsoft is updating its product lines to take advantage of the latest major release of the C# programming language. The company announced C# 8 is included in the release of Visual Studio 2019 Preview 2, and today in the open-source development platform .NET Core 3 Preview 2. C# 8 features pattern matching for recursive patterns … continue reading

SD Times news digest: .NET Foundation Open Membership, Hyperledger Ursa, and Android codelab courses

Microsoft has announced it is opening the .NET Foundation to the open-source community. “The .NET Foundation was founded in 2014 to foster .NET open source development and collaboration. We’re thrilled to have been a part of some amazing growth and momentum since then! On the platform projects alone, 87% of the people who contribute to … continue reading

Microsoft updates the .NET Standard

Microsoft has updated the .NET Standard after almost one year. Since .NET Standard 2.0 was released, the company introduced new updates to .NET Core 2.1 and is working its way towards .NET Core 2.2. This week, .NET Standard 2.1 is being announced to include new updates and concepts implemented over the last year as well … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Infer.NET

Microsoft has announced its machine learning framework Infer.NET is now open source. Infer.NET focuses specifically on running Bayesian inference in graphical models. According to the company, it can also be used for probabilistic programming. “Open sourcing Infer.NET represents the culmination of a long and ambitious journey. Our team at Microsoft Research in Cambridge, UK embarked … continue reading

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