ML.NET is an open source and cross-platform machine learning framework made for .NET developers. .NET developers can use their C# or F# skills to easily integrate custom machine learning into their web, mobile, desktop, gaming, or IoT applications without any prior expertise in developing or tuning machine learning models.
We have another early access build to share today! This release includes several accessibility, performance, reliability and stability fixes across the major framework libraries. We will continue to stabilize this release and take more fixes over the coming months and we would greatly appreciate it if you could help us ensure Build 3707 is a high-quality release by trying it out and providing feedback on the new features via the .NET Framework Early Access GitHub repository.
As you hopefully heard, the first preview of Visual Studio 2019 is now available. In this post I’ll cover some of the productivity improvements for .NET developers we’re most excited about. For a complete list, check out the release notes.
Regex Language Support
Any regular expressions in your C# or Visual Basic files now have syntax highlighting,
Today, we are releasing the December 2018 Security and Quality Rollup.
CVE-2018-8540 – Windows Remote Code Execution Vulnerability
This security update resolves a vulnerability in Microsoft .NET Framework that could allow remote code execution when Microsoft .NET Framework doesn’t validate input correctly.
Take C# 8.0 for a spin
Yesterday we announced the first preview of both Visual Studio 2019 (Making every developer more productive with Visual Studio 2019) and .NET Core 3.0 (Announcing .NET Core 3 Preview 1 and Open Sourcing Windows Desktop Frameworks).
Today, we are announcing .NET Core 3 Preview 1. It is the first public release of .NET Core 3. We have some exciting new features to share and would love your feedback. You can develop .NET Core 3 applications with Visual Studio 2019 Preview 1,
We’re excited to announce the release of .NET Core 2.2. It includes diagnostic improvements to the runtime, support for ARM32 for Windows and Azure Active Directory for SQL Client. The biggest improvements in this release are in ASP.NET Core.
ASP.NET Core 2.2 and Entity Framework Core 2.2 are also releasing today.
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.
Today, we are releasing the November 2018 Preview of Quality Rollup.
Quality and Reliability
This release contains the following quality and reliability improvements.
Addressed an issue with KB4096417 where we switched to CLR-implemented write-watch for pages. The GC will no longer call VirtualAlloc when running under workstation GC mode.
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