We’re excited to announce more updates to F# 5 today! We shipped an initial set of features with F# 5 preview 1, and they have all been stabilizing since that release including a updates from last month. Today, we’re happy to announce some new language features,
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Today, the Entity Framework Core team announces the sixth preview release of EF Core 5.0. This release includes split queries for related collections, a new “index” attribute, improved exceptions related to query translations, IP address mapping, exposing transaction id for correlation,
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Today, we’re releasing .NET 5.0 Preview 6. It contains a small set of new features and performance improvements. The .NET 5.0 Preview 4 post covers what we are planning to deliver with .NET 5.0. Most of the features are now in the product,
dotnet-monitor is an experimental tool that makes it easier to get access to diagnostics information in a dotnet process.
When running a dotnet application differences in diverse local and production environments can make collecting diagnostics artifacts (e.g., logs, traces, process dumps) challenging.
Today we are announcing the fifth preview release of EF Core 5.0.
The fifth previews of .NET 5 and ASP.NET Core 5.0 are also available now.
The previews of EF Core 5.0 require .NET Standard 2.1. This means:
EF Core 5.0 runs on .NET Core 3.1;
Today, we’re releasing .NET 5.0 Preview 5. It contains a small set of new features and performance improvements. The .NET 5.0 Preview 4 post covers what we are planning to deliver with .NET 5.0. Most of the features are now in the product,
Today, we are releasing the .NET Core June 2020 Update. These updates contain security and reliability fixes. See the individual release notes for details on updated packages.
CVE-2020-1108: .NET Core Denial of Service Vulnerability
To comprehensively address CVE-2020-1108, Microsoft has released updates for .NET Core 2.1 and .NET Core 3.1.
We would like to make your experience developing WPF and UWP applications in Visual Studio better!
Currently we are investigating ways of improving the XAML Designer and making you more productive while developing UI for your apps. You can already check out our preview version of the new feature called Suggested Actions that enables easy access to common properties when a control is selected.
We know how time consuming it can be to quickly set up continuous integration and continuous deployment workflows (CI/CD) for your WPF and Windows Forms desktop applications.
That’s why, in cooperation with the GitHub Actions team, we have released a starter workflow in GitHub to help you quickly set up and showcase DevOps for your applications using the recently released GitHub Actions.
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Introducing YARP Preview 1
YARP is a project to create a reverse proxy server. It started when we noticed a pattern of questions from internal teams at Microsoft who were either building a reverse proxy for their service or had been asking about APIs and technology for building one,
What a time to be a .NET developer! Lots of great announcements at Build, new releases for .NET Core and new preview projects for cloud native development make me excited to be a .NET developer!
One of the new capabilities we announced at Build was the ability to use Visual Studio 2019 with Codespaces.
We’re excited to announce some updates to F# 5 today! We shipped a lot of preview features since F# 5 preview 1, and they have all been stabilizing since that release. Today, we’re happy to announce some minor additions to F# 5 and talk about some pretty cool performance work we’ve been doing.
Today we are excited to announce the fourth preview release of Entity Framework Core (EF Core) 5.0.
The fourth previews of .NET 5 and ASP.NET Core 5.0 are also available now.
Be sure to check out the full release of Blazor WebAssembly 3.2.0!
ML.NET is a cross-platform, machine learning framework for .NET developers. Model Builder is the UI tooling in Visual Studio that uses Automated Machine Learning (AutoML) to train and consume custom ML.NET models in your .NET apps. You can use ML.NET and Model Builder to create custom machine learning models without having prior machine learning experience and without leaving the .NET ecosystem.
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Today we’re happy to announce that the Windows Forms designer for .NET Core projects is now available as a preview in Visual Studio 2019 version 16.6! We also have a newer version of the designer available in Visual Studio 16.7 Preview 1!
You can build anything with .NET. It’s one of the main reasons millions of developers choose .NET as the platform for their careers, and companies invest for their businesses. With .NET 5 we begin our journey of unifying the .NET platform,
.NET 5 is the next version and future of .NET. We are continuing the journey of unifying the .NET platform, with a single framework that extends from cloud to desktop to mobile and beyond. Looking back, we took the best of .NET Framework and put that into .NET Core 3,
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Today, we are releasing the .NET Core May 2020 Update. These updates contain security and reliability fixes. See the individual release notes for details on updated packages.
NOTE: If you are a Visual Studio user, there are MSBuild version requirements so use only the .NET Core SDK supported for each Visual Studio version.
Today, we are releasing the May 2020 Security and Quality Rollup Updates for .NET Framework.
CVE-2020-0605 – .NET Framework Remote Code Execution Vulnerability
A remote code execution vulnerability exists in .NET software when the software fails to check the source markup of a file.
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