Everything you need to know about .NET Core 3.0 Updates
.NET Core, a cross-platform, free and open source software, designed to execute and build console, web-based applications, which are capable of supporting multiple environments, wide-range of libraries and microservices. Recently in September 2018, in the .NET conf given by Scott Hunter, the partner director of VS and .NET team has announced new furtherance and updates in .NET Core 3.0 Version.
Let’s discuss what they are planning for enhancing the future of applications whether its Console, Desktop, Universal or Web.
Desktop Improvements: Multiple Support and Configuration Options
According to the first preview, this explicit version of .NET Core brings extensive coverage support for developers. The growth of artificial intelligence and IoT strongly persuade Microsoft developers to design compatibility for the cloud, AI, IoT devices and as a result, they are locating their spotlight towards this face.
With Dot NET Core 3.0, the side by side configuration allows the developers to carry their work on any platform while enjoying ground-breaking improvements in API and BCL (Base Class Library).
You’ve already read that the versatile infrastructure of .NET Core that brings spontaneous functionalities for Windows, MacOS, and Linux. And with the latest components of this version such as XAML Islands, XAML Controls and High DPI fixes, WinForms, WPF applications can handle UWP Universal windows platform. Modern styling, layout controlling and flexible fixes of bugs enable you to bring up-to-date features in Windows applications.
You’ve already read that the versatile infrastructure of .NET Core that brings spontaneous functionalities for Windows, MacOS and Linux. And with the latest components of this version such as XAML Islands, XAML Controls and High DPI fixes, WinForms, WPF applications can handle UWP Universal windows platform. Modern styling, layout controlling and flexible fixes of bugs enable you to bring up-to-date features in Windows applications.
Native Approach for Browsers
In May 2018, Mike Harsh, the speaker of Microsoft has discussed the assimilation of modernized application platform with desktop application platform. He has mentioned that you can build a containerized application by taking the advantages of .NET Core 3 runtime and integration.
Moving forward ahead, at Microsoft ignite, the Scott Hunter has demonstrated that .NET core will be able to provide strong support for global tools in the coming year. The stability, flexibility, and consistency of .NET allow you to share code (C#) among both client and server side. You don’t need to learn other JS frameworks (React, angular, Vue) because .NET brings client-side Web User Interface that enables you to design applications for all browsers. In a nutshell, it doesn’t require any plugin and or code translation.
The Blazor stuff of .NET allows you to pass your code to your client and run on all leading web browsers such as Chrome, Safari, Edge, IOS, Firefox, or Android device. The incredible packet of .NET containing razor components integrates Blazor model in the ASP.Core, which is solely responsible for running server-side on the .NET Core. SignalIR allows you to handle UI interactions of clients.
Thus, .NET Core promises adaptable solutions through its cutting-edge opportunities for desktop and web applications in 2019. Do you want to learn more about the .NET Framework? Check out our latest .NET Development article and share your views with us.