With the highly anticipated release of .NET 8 coming in November, there have been exciting updates and features for the development community in the form of .NET 8 Preview releases. As a comprehensive and cross-platform framework, .NET 8 aims to streamline the...
Visual Studio 2022 received a minor but important update to its oldest ASP.NET framework, Web Forms. A new feature, Web Live Preview, was added which allows developers to see live data preview of their coding. This is a welcome update to an older framework and one...
The new .NET7 officially launched November 8th, 2022. The straightforward upgrade is ideal for those on a .NET core version and are looking for an excuse to migrate. If you’re still unusure, let us convince you to move away from .NET framework. Alongside...
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