Richard Lander is a Principal Program Manager on the .NET Core team. He works on making .NET Core work great in memory-limited Docker containers, on ARM hardware like the Raspberry Pi, and enabling GPIO programming and IoT scenarios. He is part of the design team that defines new .NET runtime capabilities and features. He enjoys British rock and Doctor Who. He grew up in Canada and New Zealand.
Today, we are releasing the .NET Core April 2018 Update. This update includes .NET Core 1.0.11, 1.1.8 and 2.0.7. There are no new security fixes in this update.
See April 2018 .NET Updates for other updates.
Fixes and Commits
Getting the Update
The .NET Core April 2018 Update is available from the .NET Core ...
Today, we are announcing .NET Core 2.1 Preview 2. The release is now ready for broad testing, as we get closer to a final build within the next two to three months. We'd appreciate any feedback that you have.
ASP.NET Core 2.1 Preview 2 and Entity Framework 2.1 Preview 2 are also releasing today.
You can download and get started with .NET...
The user interface (UI) of any application is critical in making your app convenient and efficient for the folks using it. When developing applications for Enterprise use, a good UI can shave time off an entire company’s workflow. Visual Studio is investing in new tools to improve the productivity of Windows desktop developers and we’d ...
Today, we are announcing .NET Core 2.1 Preview 1. It is the first public release of .NET Core 2.1. We have great improvements that we want to share and that we would love to get your feedback on, either in the comments or at dotnet/core #1297.
ASP.NET Core 2.1 Preview 1 and Entity Framework 2.1 Preview 1 are also releasing today.
Today, we are releasing the February 2018 Security and Quality Rollup.
No new security fixes. See .NET Framework January 2018 Security and Quality Rollup for the latest security updates.
Quality and Reliability
This release contains the following quality and reliability improvements. It includes the same quality improvements that ...
The .NET team has been working on the .NET Core 2.1 release for the last several months on GitHub. We know that many of you have been using .NET Core 2.0 since it shipped in August of last year and want to know what is coming next. The team has done enough work now that we know the overall shape of the next release. Like past releases, the ....
We recently released the January 2018 Preview of Quality Rollup.
Quality and Reliability
This release contains the following quality and reliability improvements.
Note: Additional information on these improvements is not available. The VSTS bug number provided with each improvement is a unique ID ...
Updated: January 25, 2018
Today, we are releasing the January 2018 Security and Quality Rollup.
An issue with the January 2018 Monthly Rollup was found on Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 if .NET Framework 4.7.1 was already installed. It has been resolved. The download links for these Windows versions have been updated in the table ...
Today, we are releasing the .NET for UWP January 2018 Update.
This post includes the fix included and instructions on how to update your applications.
CVE-2018-0786 – Security Feature Bypass in X509 Certificate Validation
Microsoft is aware of a security vulnerability in the public versions of .NET Core where an attacker could ...
Today, we are releasing the .NET Core January 2018 Update. This includes .NET Core 1.0.9, 1.1.6 and 2.0.5.
Please leave feedback on the release in the comments below or at dotnet/core #1199.
CVE-2018-0786 - Security Feature Bypass in X509 Certificate Validation
Microsoft is aware of a security vulnerability in the public versions ...