Olia Gavrysh

Senior Product Manager, .NET

Olia is working on .NET Core and WinForms. Before she was doing Machine Learning and AI at ML.NET team.

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Announcing an update for .NET Upgrade Assistant with a new CLI tool!

The new version of .NET Upgrade Assistant CLI tool is available with all the new features for upgrading your apps!

Announcing a new version of the .NET Upgrade Assistant with support for .NET MAUI and Azure Functions!

The new version of .NET Upgrade Assistant is available in Visual Studio Marketplace with lots of updates and new features!

Upgrading your .NET projects with Visual Studio

The .NET Upgrade Assistant is now available as an experimental extension in Visual Studio to easily enable to update your apps and projects to the latest version of .NET.

Announcing General Availability for Microsoft Edge WebView2 for .NET and Fixed Distribution Method

Today, we are excited to announce that Microsoft Edge WebView2 is now generally available for use in production .NET 5, .NET Core, and .NET Framework Windows Forms and WPF applications on existing Windows versions! Additionally, we are thrilled to announce that WebView2’s Fixed Version Distribution mode is also generally available for...

Bring the best of the Web to your .NET desktop applications with WebView2

Last year at Build, we introduced WebView2, a browser control that renders web content (HTML / CSS / JavaScript) with the new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge. It was originally limited in scope to C/C++ applications. Today, we are happy to announce the release of the WebView2 preview for .NET applications!

Help us improve WPF and UWP XAML designer

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 ...

Windows Forms Designer for .NET Core Released

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 We also have a newer version of the designer available in Visual Studio 16.7 Preview 1! Don't forget to enable the designer in Tools > Options > Environment > Preview ...

Updates on .NET Core Windows Forms designer

We released a preview version of Visual Studio 16.6 - Visual Studio 2019 version 16.6 Preview 1 and with it a new version of .NET Core Windows Forms designer. This release contains Coming next In the future releases we will be working on User Controls and third-party controls support, integration with popular controls ...

Updates to .NET Core Windows Forms designer in Visual Studio 16.5 Preview 1

We are happy to announce the new preview version of the .NET Core Windows Forms designer, which is available with the Visual Studio 16.5 Preview 1. The big news is that the designer is now part of Visual Studio! This means that installing the .NET Core Windows Forms designer from a separate VSIX is no longer needed! To use the designer...

.NET Core 3 for Windows Desktop

Intro In September, we released .NET Core support for building Windows desktop applications, including WPF and Windows Forms. Since then, we have been delighted to see so many developers share their stories of migrating desktop applications (and controls libraries) to .NET Core. We constantly hear stories of .NET Windows desktop developers ...

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