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Announcing Visual Studio 2022
Announcing Visual Studio 2022
Read all about the vision for the recently-announced Visual Studio 2022. It will be feature-rich and full of improvements that make you a happier developer. And did we mention it's 64-bit...
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Enhanced Productivity with Git in Visual Studio
Enhanced Productivity with Git in Visual Studio
We continue to enhance the Git experience in Visual Studio and are excited to announce some long-awaited updates in version 16.10 Preview 2. You can download the latest Preview and run it right alongside your main release, leaving your production installation undisturbed...
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Visual Studio 2019 v16.10 Preview 2 Releases Today
Visual Studio 2019 v16.10 Preview 2 Releases Today
We are excited to announce the release of Visual Studio v16.10 preview 2. This release continues a theme of developer productivity and convenience. We’ve added C++20 ranges, IntelliSense completions, and new features for testing, Docker tooling enhancements, and Git integration...
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Announcing .NET 6 Preview 3
Announcing .NET 6 Preview 3
Today, we are delighted to release .NET 6 Preview 3. This release is dedicated almost entirely to low-level performance features. These are the types of improvements that many folks don’t necessarily always fully appreciate, but they help a lot for many apps. Most of these improvements apply to the CLR type system directly, either making it ...
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ASP.NET Core updates in .NET 6 Preview 3
ASP.NET Core updates in .NET 6 Preview 3
.NET 6 Preview 3 is now available and includes many great new improvements to ASP.NET Core. Check out this post to see what’s new in this preview release...
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Announcing .NET Multi-platform App UI Preview 3
Announcing .NET Multi-platform App UI Preview 3
With .NET 6 Preview 3 we are shipping the latest progress for mobile and desktop development with .NET Multi-platform App UI. This release adds the Windows platform with WinUI 3, improves the base application and startup builder, adds native lifecycle events, and continues to add more UI controls and layout capabilities. We are ...
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Announcing Open Source C# standardization
Announcing Open Source C# standardization
The C# compilers have been open source since 2014, now in the dotnet/roslyn repository. The dotnet/csharplang split off to provide a dedicate public space for the innovation and evolution of the C# language. Now, dotnet/csharpstandard completes the group, providing a public space for the ongoing work to document the standard for the ...
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.NET 5 NuGet Restore Failures on Linux distributions using NSS or ca-certificates
.NET 5 NuGet Restore Failures on Linux distributions using NSS or ca-certificates
We will be releasing updated builds of NuGet this week to accommodate NuGet restore failures on Linux distributions. The failures are observed when updated versions of the NSS or ca-certificates packages are installed. Users of .NET 5 and .NET 6 must upgrade to the latest .NET SDK builds in order to ensure continued functional use of the...
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Monitoring and Observability in Cloud-Native ASP.NET Core apps
Monitoring and Observability in Cloud-Native ASP.NET Core apps
Distributed applications are complex and bring in their own set of challenges for developers to debug and fix production issues. Though the microservices architecture helps maintain a smaller team that works autonomously and focuses on separate business domains, it introduces newer challenges due to its distributed nature. In this post, we ...
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Announcing .NET 6 Preview 2
Announcing .NET 6 Preview 2
Today, we are glad to release .NET 6 Preview 2. It includes new APIs, runtime performance improvements, and early builds of .NET MAUI. It also includes builds for Apple Silicon, which were missing for Preview 1...
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