Microsoft’s .NET Core 3.1 nears the end
Microsoft’s .Net Main 3.1, a release of Microsoft’s open resource, cross-platform program improvement framework released in December 2019, will no lengthier be supported as of December 13, 2022.
.Web Main 3.1 reaches stop-of-assistance standing that day, with Microsoft discontinuing servicing updates and specialized assistance, the company claimed. In a bulletin posted before this month, Microsoft encouraged people to transfer to .Internet 6, the present-day Lengthy-Expression Help (LTS) release of the platform, as before long as attainable. All those continue to employing .Net Main 3.1 after the conclude of assistance will have to have to update to possibly .Web 6 or .Net 7, due this November, to keep on staying supported.
Purposes crafted on .Net Main 3.1 will keep on to operate just after the stop-of-assist day, but every safety correct in .Net 6 is probably an unpatched, undocumented protection vulnerability for those apps, Microsoft warned. Finish users of applications are recommended to arrive at out to the seller running their software to verify whether an up to date model of the software program is required and available.
Starting with the December 2022 servicing update for Visual Studio 2019 16.11, Visible Studio 2019 17., and Visual Studio 2022 17.2, the .Internet Main 3.1 component will be improved to out of assistance and optional. Thusly, workloads in Visual Studio may perhaps be put in without installing .Net Main 3.1.
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