Announcing .NET 6 Preview 2. Today, we are glad to release .NET 6 Preview 2. Releasing .NET 6 Preview 2 which includes new APIs, runtime performance improvements, and early builds of .NET MAUI. You can download .NET 6 Preview 2, for Windows, macOS, and Linux.
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. After the announcement of the overall .NET 6 release, we’re now back to regularly scheduled monthly previews until the final release in November. You will see new features included in each preview that deliver on .NET 6 themes, epics and user stories. These themes offer improvements to every .NET application, including for server/cloud, desktop, IoT and mobile.
You can download .NET 6 Preview 2, for Windows, macOS, and Linux.
.NET 6 has been tested with Visual Studio 16.9 and Visual Studio for Mac 8.9. We recommend you use those builds if you want to try .NET 6.
In this post, two of my team members will cover the .NET 6 themes that they are working on, specifically Improve inner-loop performance for .NET developers and .NET has a great client app development experience. I covered Improve startup and throughput using runtime execution information (PGO) in the .NET 6 Preview 1 post.
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.
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 3. Releasing .NET 6 Preview 3 which is dedicated to entirely low-level performance features. You can download .NET 6 Preview 3, for Windows, macOS, and Linux.
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.