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Microsoft has released the latest version of .NET Core to the general public. It focuses on improvements to features added in the previous release, and it's a long-term supported release.
Microsoft has released new versions of many of its programming tools, including version 3.0 of .NET Core, ASP.NET Core, and Entity Framework Core. F# 4.7 and Entity Framework 6.3 are also available.
At its Microsoft Connect(); 2018 event, the company announced that it's open-sourcing Windows Forms, WPF, and WinUI on GitHub, and that .NET Core 3.0 is now available in preview form.
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At the Ignite conference this week, Microsoft announced the general availability of .NET Core 2.1 and showed off some of the upcoming improvements to the platform with versions 2.2 and 3.0.
A build of the .NET Core framework for the Raspberry Pi 3 is now available on Github. There are also plans to provide ARM32 support later this year for Samsung's Tizen operating system.
The .NET Core 1.0 SDK has been updated to RC4 and is available to download now, it brings with it a range of fixes and improvements, but also drops support for Fedora 23 and openSUSE 13.2.
Microsoft has released the first preview of .NET Core 1.1 adding support for Windows Server 2016, OpenSUSE 42.1, macOS 10.12 and Linux Mint 18. 1380 APIs were also added, as well as a bunch of fixes.
Microsoft opened up the cross-platform .NET CoreCLR to the open-source community last year, and now it has announced the release of the framework's version 1.0 along with new libraries and tools.