Today, we are making the fourth preview of Entity Framework Core 3.0 available on NuGet, alongside .NET Core 3.0 Preview 4 and ASP.NET Core 3.0 Preview 4. We encourage you to install this preview to test the new functionality and assess the impact of the included breaking changes.
It is challenging to collect performance traces of ASP.NET Core applications running inside Linux containers. This blog post describes an approach that use a sidecar container to collect CPU trace of an ASP.NET application running in a Linux container.
Today we’re making the final version of EF Core 2.2 available, alongside ASP.NET Core 2.2 and .NET Core 2.2. This is the latest release of our open-source and cross-platform object-database mapping technology.
EF Core 2.2 RTM includes more than a hundred bug fixes and a few new features:
Spatial data support
Spatial data can be used to represent the physical location and shape of objects.
Entity Framework Core 2.2 Preview 3 available with a new preview of our data provider for Cosmos DB and updated spatial extensions for various providers. Preview 3 is going to be the last milestone before EF Core 2.2 RTM, so now is your last chance to try the bits and give us feedback if you want to have an impact on the quality and the shape of the APIs in this release.
Today we are making EF Core 2.2 Preview 2 available, together with a preview of our data provider for Cosmos DB and new spatial extensions for our SQL Server and in-memory providers.
Obtaining the preview
The preview bits are available on NuGet,
Today, we are releasing the .NET Core September 2018 Update. This update includes .NET Core 2.1.4 and .NET Core SDK 2.1.402 and contains important reliability fixes.
CVE-2018-8409: .NET Core Denial Of Service Vulnerability
A denial of service vulnerability exists in .NET Core 2.1 when System.IO.Pipelines improperly handles requests.
Today we are excited to announce the release of Entity Framework (EF) Core 2.1. This is the latest production-ready release of our open-source and cross-platform data access technology. We are releasing today alongside .NET Core 2.1 and ASP.NET Core 2.1. EF Core 2.1 targets .NET Standard 2.0 and so also runs on .NET Core 2.0 and .NET Framework 4.6.1 or later.
Today, we are excited to announce that the first release candidate of EF Core 2.1 is available, alongside .NET Core 2.1 RC 1 and ASP.NET Core 2.1 RC 1, for broad testing, and now also for production use!
Go live support
EF Core 2.1 RC1 is a “go live”
As you know we continue to incrementally improve Visual Studio 2017 (version 15), and our 7th significant update is currently well under way with the 4th preview shipping today. As we’re winding down the preview, we’d like to stop and take the time to tell you about all of the great updates that are coming in Visual Studio version 15.7 for .NET projects and ask you to try it and give us any feedback you might have while we still have time to correct things before we ship the final version.
Today we’re releasing the second preview of EF Core 2.1, alongside .NET Core 2.1 Preview 2 and ASP.NET Core 2.1 Preview 2.
Thank you so much to everyone who has tried our early builds and has helped shape this release with their feedback and code contributions!