Updated dotnet web libraries to .NET 5
.NET Core is an awesome platform for development, out of the box, it’s lightweight, fast, and highly extensible, with good patterns to begin with.
And now .NET 5 brings many benefits, one of them is a platform to unify .NET Framework, .NET Standard and .NET Core into a single .NET 5. That’s right, with .NET 5 projects going forward, you just have .NET 5. And only really need .NET Standard for older projects.
An extract from https://www.codemag.com/Article/2010022/From-.NET-Standard-to-.NET-5
net5.0. This is for code that runs everywhere. It combines and replaces the netcoreapp and netstandard names
Along with many other improvements such as performance. The stuff that actually matters.
Over the years, I have been updating my base layers for web applications, first in .NET Framework, than .NET Core 2.1, than .NET 3.x. The codebase has actually shrunk over the years thanks to the benefits of .NET Core. I have been streamlining code taking into account
- Minimal dependencies
- low footprint
- .NET approach
check it out at DotNetWebLibs Github