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You want your production releases to go live on a stable, fully-supported platform. And if you are in active development, you need to know the risks and prepare for updates and changes on pre-release versions and also on versions that may not have Long-Term Support (LTS). In this post, we decode the Microsoft release cycle numbering schema for the .NET Core framework.
The iterative and innovated development of the .NET Core Framework continues and continues to impress everyone. And while a lot of the tech media is focused on new features and functionality, we can’t help but rave about even more performance coming from a development platform that is already super-fast and just keeps getting faster.
We've been talking about this change for three years ... we've predicted it. Now, time is running out. There are BIG changes coming to the world of .NET and .NET Core development and they were just announced at Microsoft's annual Build Event. It will impact every website and application project you built in the last several years and every project you create from now on. Here's a hint: There Can Be Only One. Read more to find out what every business and developer needs to know now.
If you’ve been following our articles and work over the last few years, you know that we are big fans of the .NET Core development framework. We think that it is THE business software and website development platform of today and the future. It’s great. But what really stands out is how .NET Core is an expression of the what we call Microsoft 4.0 – a New Golden Age of Microsoft.
Most of us here have been waiting eagerly for more news about .NET Core 3. We’re like Black Friday shoppers waiting outside BestBuy at dawn – we just KNOW we’re going to get something good. And so we did. Here's a summary of the new crazy tech goodness coming out of our favorite development framework as announced at Microsoft Connect(): 2018.
Why ASP.NET Core Is the Modern Development Platform of Choice for Business and Enterprise Web Applications
We’ve written a lot about ASP.NET Core. Our team has been using it from day one – largely due to the significant performance gains (more on that in a minute). There are lots of other reasons developers and admins like the platform as well. But technical nuances are not how most corporate VPs and C-level executives make decisions. Fortunately, there are a lot of real-world, practical reasons why businesses and enterprises are moving their projects to ASP.NET Core … the kinds of things that impact the bottom line and warm the hearts or the most conservative CFOs. Here's what you need to know.