Get Started on Reunified .NET 5

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In May 2019, Microsoft announced the roadmap for .NET in Build conference. .NET 5 is the update that unifies divergent frameworks, reduces code complexity and supports cross-platform reach including desktop, Web, mobile, cloud and device platforms. On 13th September 2020, Microsoft announced .NET 5.0 RC1. 

Unified .NET 5 architect

The following diagram shows you the unified architect for .NET 5. 

*Image from MSDN Magazine

.NET 5 RC 1 resources

In RC1, the architecture is not fully completed yet but is very close. For example,

The following are some information to help you get started on .NET 5:

Migrations

References

 .NET Reunified: Microsoft’s Plans for .NET 5

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