Announcing .NET 6 Preview 4. Preview 4 establishes a solid base for delivering a final .NET 6 build in November, with finished features and experiences. It’s also ready for real world testing if you haven’t yet tried .NET 6 in your environment.
We are delighted to release .NET 6 Preview 4. We’re now about half-way through the .NET 6 release. It’s a good moment to look again at the full scope of .NET 6, much like the first preview post. Many features are in close-to-final form and others will come soon now that the foundational building blocks are in place for the release. Preview 4 establishes a solid base for delivering a final .NET 6 build in November, with finished features and experiences. It’s also ready for real world testing if you haven’t yet tried .NET 6 in your environment.
Speaking of the final release, we now have a date! Book off November 9-11 for .NET Conf 2021. We’ll launch .NET 6 on the 9th with many in-depth talks and demos that tell you everything you want to know about .NET 6.
You can download .NET 6 Preview 4, for Linux, macOS, and Windows.
See the ASP.NET Core and EF Core posts for more detail on what’s new for web and data access scenarios. There’s also new .NET MAUI post that describe new client app experiences and a Hot reload post that describes a new approach to developer productivity.
In this article, we’ll discuss how to use jQuery Ajax for ASP.NET Core MVC CRUD Operations using Bootstrap Modal. With jQuery Ajax, we can make HTTP request to controller action methods without reloading the entire page, like a single page application.
Combining enhancements to .NET Core and EF Core, ASP.NET Core 6 has gained the ability to handle arbitrarily large JSON files via asynchronous streaming and the IAsyncEnumerable interface. Async Streaming with EF Core and ASP.NET Core 6.
Announcing .NET 6 Preview 1. .NET 6 Preview 1 is now available and is the start of the next major .NET release, focused on .NET unification and supporting new platforms.
I have just migrated application to .NET 5 and guess what, I stumbled across another “tiny difference with big consequences”. Tiny Difference, Big Consequences Reloaded: SignalR in .NET Core 3.1 vs. .NET 5.
Loop alignment in .NET 6. Learn some great ideas on how to implement loop alignment in .NET 6 and get maximum benefit without affecting the performance adversely.