In this .net 5.0 tutorial, I will discuss .NET 5.0 and getting started with .net 5 web application example. .NET 5 is now released! The next version of .NET Core and the future of the .NET platform. With .NET 5 you have everything you need to build rich, interactive front-end web UI and powerful backend services.̣
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ASP.NET 5.0 New Features
ASP.NET Core in .NET 5 is loaded with lots of great new features and improvements. Find some of the key features listed below:-
- MVC model binding improvements, including support for C# 9 record types.
- Blazor Server & Blazor WebAssembly support and improvements.
- Built-in OpenAPI and Swagger UI support for Web APIs.
- SignalR Hub filters and parallel Hub invocations.
- Azure AD authentication with Microsoft.Identity.Web.
- Auto browser refresh with dotnet watch.
- HTTP/2 and gRPC performance improvements.
Find the full list of what’s new in ASP.NET Core in this release, check out the ASP.NET Core in .NET 5 release notes.
Getting Started with .Net 5
To get started with ASP.NET Core in .NET 5, install the .NET 5 SDK. .NET 5 is also included with the latest updates to Visual Studio and Visual Studio for Mac, so if you’ve already updated your IDE, then you should be good to go.
Visual Studio 2019 16.8 or later is required to use .NET 5 from Visual Studio. .NET 5 is also supported with Visual Studio for Mac. To use .NET 5 with Visual Studio Code, install the latest version of the C# extension.
Creating ASP.NET Core 5 Application | Example
After the successful installation let’s create a new .Net 5.0 application with Visual Studio 2019 by following the below steps:-
Step 1: Open Visual Studio 2019 and Create a new project.
Step 2: Configure your new project -> Select .Net Core framework and create ASP.Net Core 5.0 web application.
Step 3: Find the below screenshot of our newly created application.
Step 4: Run the application now.
Upgrading our .NET Core 3.1 project to .NET 5
If you want to upgrade an existing ASP.NET Core app from .NET Core 3.1 to .NET 5:
- Follow the steps in the documentation to Migrate from ASP.NET Core 3.1 to 5.0
To upgrade an existing ASP.NET Core app from .NET 5 RC2 to .NET 5:
- Update all Microsoft.AspNetCore.*, Microsoft.Extensions.*, and System.* package references to
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