Showing posts from November, 2020

FastReport Open Source now on SourceForge!

We are pleased to announce that we now have a release mirror on and we are happy to welcome you there.   The main resource we still have is GitHub . Please write your suggestions and comments on FastReport Open Source development.  

What is new in .NET 5?

On November 10, 2020, just 5 minutes before the start of the annual online conference .NET Conf 2020, the .NET 5 download page was updated. What the .NET developers all over the world have been waiting for has come true. No surprise happened - all innovations and improvements were known long before that moment. We saw .NET 5 RC1 and RC2 earlier in September and October 2020. Many developers have already tried .NET 5 in their projects. However, the moment of release of .NET 5 summed up the huge work that Microsoft developers have done together with many authors of the open source community . Shortly after the official release of .NET 5, Visual Studio 2019 update 16.8 was released with full support for all features of the new framework. Docker images for .NET 5 and .NET 5 SDK have also been published. What did we get with the .NET 5 release? First of all it is the consolidation of frameworks - now instead of separate Core, Mono, Xamarin we have a single .net5.0 target. In fact, the .n