Microsoft today released as well as version 16.3 for Windows and version 8.3 for Mac at .NET Conf 2019. Think of this as a stop-gap release before the company’s major .NET 5 released next year.
At its Build 2019 developers conference in May, Microsoft shared its . The first milestone, which the company has now hit, was .NET Core 3 shipping in September. Next, .NET 5 will ship in November 2020, with the first preview available in the first half of 2020. Microsoft then intends to ship a major version of .NET once a year, in November.
.NET Core 3.0
.NET Core 3.0 brings support for Windows Desktop apps built with WPF and Windows Forms. Developers who build Windows Desktop apps can thus leverage .NET