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Ready to move from .NET Framework to .NET Core? There are a lot of great benefits to the move, but some challenges as well. We'll review the guidance on what to migrate and what to leave as-is, take a look at some important tools, and dig into how .NET Core 3.0 and .NET Standard fit in. We'll talk about some top strategies for a successful migration, cover some important testing strategies to make sure we don't break things along the way, and look at some examples to apply what we've learned throughout the session. Let's do this!
Links and notes: https://gist.github.com/jongalloway/4003fc3484bb9f22ffcee61464cc2de8
.NET Framework will continue with highly-compatible targeted improvements like the last few releases and support will remain unchanged. You will be able to retarget existing apps to 4.8 and gain these improvements.
When you’re ready to move to .NET Core 3 (to take advantage of SxS install, interop between desktop app frameworks, and .NET Core performance) you can retarget and rebuild your apps to .NET Core.
ANIMATED SLIDE – shows progression of entire .NET platform into .NET Core specific workloads.
.NET Core is our cross-platform, open source implementation of .NET and is perfectly suited for requirements of cloud-native, cross-platform services. We’ve made significant investments in the core performance as well as the web stack so that you can easily take advantage of cloud patterns and scale.
.NET Core 3 will expand on the supported workloads to include IoT, AI and Windows Desktop.
So I hope what we showed you today reinforced our commitment to .NET for building anything you can imagine. It’s the best time to be a .NET developer and we have some very exciting innovations being made to the platform. The ecosystem is growing and it’s thanks to you! Please get involved and learn more on our website.
From .NET Framework to .NET Core
Free. Cross-platform. Open source.
A developer platform for building all your apps.
like last few releases
• .NET Framework support unchanged
(supported for life of Windows)
• Side-by-side support
• Self-contained EXEs
.NET Core 3.NET Framework 4.8
Modernize Desktop Apps with .NET Core 3
Update .NET Framework Apps
• XAML Islands - WinForms & WPF apps can host UWP controls
• Full access to Windows 10 APIs
FEATURES IN BOTH FXs
DESKTOPWEB CLOUD IoT AI
.NET CORE.NET CORE 3
.NET Core 3 expands supported
workloads to include Windows
Desktop, IoT & AI
.NET Core is perfectly suited for the requirements
of cloud-native, cross-platform workloads
• You don’t have
• .NET Core is a
• Costs and