Preview 3 from .NET Core 3.1 is now available, and in the latest preview version of Visual Studio 16.4 included. At the beginning of December 2019, the final Release will appear with LTS.
Preview 3 from .NET Core 3.1 appeared, and now available for Windows, macOS and Linux. According to the announcement on the .NET-Blog contains the Preview 3 mainly improvements to Blazor and Windows Desktop.
the same Time appears in the Visual Studio 16.4 the fifth Preview, the also .NET Core 3.1 Preview 3 contains. An Update to the latest preview version of Visual Studio allows the Installation of both the programs. This is the last Preview of .NET Core 3.1 before the final Release, which is announced for the beginning of December 2019. Parallel to the ASP.NET Core Updates are .NET Core 3.1 Preview 3 released.
final Release .NET Core 3.1 in December 2019, with Long-Term Support
The final Release of .NET Core 3.1, with Long Term Support is now directly in front of the door. According to the blog entry, the developer uses team .NET Core 3.1 since Preview 1 with no problems in the production. .NET Core 3.1 should at least be three years long and is suitable for the production.
based on the previous download numbers, and because of the upcoming Long-Term Support to do this .NET developer team assume that 80-90% of .NET Core Ecosystem within the first six months after the Release .NET Core 3.1 will require.
explains How Developers of existing projects of the ASP.NET Core 3.1 Preview 2 to Preview 3 update, in the Developer Blogs. To download the latest Blazor WebAssembly Template, you can execute a code command:
dotnet new i Microsoft.AspNetCore.Blazor.Templates::3.1.0-preview3.19555.2
.NET Core 3.1 Preview 3 SDK and Runtime can be found in downloads section of .NET Core download. The Docker Images are located on DockerHub. All the Details of the current Preview 3 from .NET Core 3.1 in the Release Notes on GitHub and on the stand .NET-Blog.