Microsoft launches VS for Mac ASP.NET Core challenge

In September, Microsoft released Visual Studio 2019 for Mac 8.3, the largest Mac .NET version to date. This release officially supports .NET Core 3.0, .NET Standard 2.1, and C?8.0. In response to such a large version of maintenance, Jordan, senior program manager at Microsoft Visual Studio for Mac, recently launched a blog project to inspire developers to participate in improving Visual Studio for Mac and exploring beautiful ASP.NET Core examples.

微软推出 VS for Mac ASP.NET Core 挑战

Jordan explains that developers can quickly participate in the challenge:

Download Visual Studio for Mac 8.3, or update it from the IDE using the Stabilize channel in Updater.

Download address:

Then use the Web UI to create or modify a ASP.NET Core site in Visual Studio for Mac, which can be built yourself using the example spout from the control library provided by Microsoft (mentioned below), requiring just trying to use the new HTML/CSHTML, CSS, or JavaScript/TypeScript Editor.

Finally, on Twitter@VisualStudioMac and use the #vs4macChallenge hashtag to send a built UI demo, including screenshots of apps running in Visual Studio for Mac, and examples of source code used.

Microsoft will provide feedback through the questionnaire.

Microsoft offers three controls that help developers better participate in the challenge:

GrapeCity ComponentOne

Syncfusion Essential Studio for ASP.NET Core

Progress Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core

At the same time, the program has incentives for developers:

3 grand prizes: license from GrapeCity, Syncfusion or Progress

100 first prizes: a $15.00 voucher from the .NET Foundation Store for shirts or stickers.

Interested developers can learn about it. (Microsoft money)

For more information, check out the original blog:

Join the Visual Studio for Mac ASP.NET Core Challenge

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