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Bharat Dwarkani
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.NET Core 3.0 - What’s New and Upcoming

.NET Core 3.0 released yesterday — Sep 23rd.

Announcing .NET Core 3.0

Live virtual Conference on going —

Key Points

  • Performance is greatly improved
  • C# 8.0 support.
  • WPF and WF support in .NET Core 3.0 but will not work in Linux yet.
  • More improvements for IoT, Rasberry Pi.
  • High-performance JSON APIs
  • .NET Core apps now have executables
  • Pack your application with all dependencies in single exe and trimming support.
  • gRPC support for serverless programming use as an alternative to WCF services.

ASP.NET Core and Blazor updates in .NET Core 3.0

Client-Side Blazor to get its stable release by May 2020

Entity Framework Core 3.0 and Entity Framework 6.3

Key Points:

  • Restricted client evaluation — A much-needed feature.
  • Single SQL statement per LINQ query
  • Cosmos DB support
  • Nullable reference types.

What’s new in ASP.NET Core 3.0

Key Points:

  • Performance improvement.
  • Blazor support
  • gRPC — is a popular, high-performance RPC (remote procedure call) framework.
  • SignalR improvements — Auto-reconnect support.
  • Awaitable for loops, async enumerables.
  • Generic Host support
  • Improvements in hosting app under reverse proxy.
  • Identity server integrated templates.
  • Project Templates for Separated frontend (Angular, React) and backend API under the same project.
  • Project Templates for microservices.

What’s new in Xamarin

Key Points:

  • XAML Hot Reload for Xamarin.Forms
  • Xamarin Hot Restart iOS 13 & Android 10
  • iOS 13 & Android 10 Support

Visual Studio 2019–16.3

Migration from .NET core 2.2 to 3.0

What’s Next?
.NET Core 3.1 LTS will release by Nov 2019
.NET 5 — Nov 2020 goal is to combine all platform under the same roof — .NET 5

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