Microsoft has released the final version of .Net Core 2.0 yesterday and it is ready for production workloads. Along with this the following core frameworks are also announced on their general availability with their final releases.
You can also watch the launch video on Channel 9 to see many of the new features in action.
To download the .NET Core Framework, SDK and runtime visit here.
It comes with the following killer features and productivity tools built in:
- Intelligent Code Editor
- Killer Code Analysis
- Unit Testing
- Version Control (Git, Subversion, Mercurial, Perforce and TFS)
- Database and SQL (with Syntax Highlighting, smart code completion, etc.)
* Most of ReSharper’s 50+ refactoring are already available in Rider, and its 350+ context actions are all there.
Commercial and personal pricing
Here’s a list of USD prices in different licensing scenarios. These are first-year subscription prices. As usual, continuous subscription discounts are available: in the second year of uninterrupted Rider subscription, you get 20% off, and then 40% off in the third year onward.
|Commercial license /1st year||Personal license /1st year|
|Rider + ReSharper Ultimate||$449||$179|
|All Products (includes Rider)||$649||$249|
Visual Studio 2017 contains so many new features. From productivity enhancements to new C++ capabilities. Start using our ASP.NET Core Tooling along with Live Unit Testing. Explore C# 7 and our new database DevOps featuresthat help improve your productivity.
Go ahead and download this poster as a PDF
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Download it here.
A first-hand look from the .NET engineering teams