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.Net 5.0 Preview 1 with Kentico 13 Beta 2 - A Double Phoenix

mcbeev profile image Brian McKeiver Originally published at mcbeev.com on ・2 min read

If you have been listening to some of my recent podcast episodes, you have been hearing how I have been excited for a bit now about the Kentico 13 Beta 2 release and how it sets up Kentico EMS for the future. You may also have heard me talk about the future of .Net and why it matters to the .Net development community and why .Net Core is better than ASP.Net MVC 5 on the full .Net 4.x Framework.

Well I decided to put my money where my mouth is over the weekend. I was inspired to give the absolute latest bleeding edge scenario of .Net technology a try with the Kentico 13 Beta. I wanted to download Kentico Phoenix, install a clean version of it, and attempt to run .Net 5 Preview 1 as my front end MVC live site connected to Kentico. That's right, to hell with the 18-year-old full .Net Framework. Sorry young .Net Core 3.1 , I am even skipping right past you too. I'll take the 6-day old version of .Net 5 (the successor to both).

.Net 5.0 Download screen

Or, as I aptly have termed this scenario, let’s create a Double Phoenix. Get it? .Net 5 is .Net Core reborn just like Kentico 13... Yeah, I know it's cheesy, but it’s a catchy hashtag for sure #DoublePhoenix.

Keep reading to find out how Kentico 13 Beta 2 makes it possible to create a .Net 5.0 site today.

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Brian McKeiver is Co-Owner & Solutions Architect at BizStream. I am also a Kentico MVP, .Net, and Azure fan.

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BizStream builds web, online marketing, and software solutions. The company specializes in .Net, Azure, and Kentico. Alongside custom development services, BizStream has three SaaS products, including YouthCenter, CaseStream, and Toolkit for Kentico.

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