What's changed with new command in .NET Core 2.0
Microsoft has released a major revision to the .NET Core framework around mid of August bumping the version to 2.0. This release includes not only the upgrade to the core framework but also include ASP.NET Core 2.0 and Entity Framework 2.0. Also along with this .NET Standard 2.0 is also released and it's now supporting around 32K + APIs and is a huge leap from what we had until now. You can read more about it by going to the announcement here.
One of the changes among these is that the
For example in .NET Core 1.1 whenever we executed a
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