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Category: AWS .NET Development

Developing on Amazon Linux 2 using Windows

See how to get the best of both Windows and Linux as your development environment all on the same machine. Run the Amazon Linux 2 distribution via the Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 and leverage the Visual Studio Code Remote – WSL extension, AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio Code, and the AWS SAM CLI to provide a frictionless development experience.

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AWS SDK for .NET version 1 has reached the end of support

AWS SDK for .NET version 1 (v1) has reached the end of support. We will no longer publish any updates to .NET SDK v1, including critical bugs or security updates. Previously published releases will continue to be available via NuGet. The code will remain on GitHub, but the repository may be archived in the future. […]

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.NET Standard 1.3 is no longer supported in AWS SDK for .NET version 3.7

Microsoft announced the end of support for .NET Core 1.0 and 1.1 platforms on June 27th, 2019. Following that, on May 18th, 2020, we announced the upcoming end-of-support for .NET Standard 1.3 in AWS SDK for .NET version 3. Yesterday we released version 3.7 of the AWS SDK for .NET which no longer supports .NET […]

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Reimagining the AWS .NET deployment experience

In 2012, AWS launched .NET support for AWS Elastic Beanstalk – AWS’s first deployment service. At the same time, we also released Visual Studio support via the AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio to help developers deploy their ASP.NET applications to AWS. In the 9 years since that release, the world has changed a lot. AWS […]

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.NET 5 AWS Lambda Support with Container Images

Yesterday, the AWS Lambda team announced support for publishing Lambda functions as container images. As part of that release, we updated the AWS Lambda .NET tooling to support building Lambda functions as container images for .NET Core 2.1 and 3.1, as well as full support for .NET 5. .NET 5, which was released last month, […]

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Announcing the end of support for the AWS SDK for .NET version 2

On May 1st, 2021, the AWS SDK for .NET version 2 (v2) will reach the end of support. After this date it will no longer receive updates or releases, including critical bugs or security updates. Previously published releases will continue to be available via NuGet. The code will remain on GitHub, but the repository may […]

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.NET 5 on AWS

As long time .NET developers, many of us here at AWS share in the excitement for the GA release of .NET 5. When benchmark results were announced at .NET Conf this summer, these results validated the focus on increasing performance over its predecessor — .NET Core 3.1. Including a 30% socket performance improvement on Linux, […]

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Announcing the end of support for the AWS SDK for .NET version 1

On April 1st, 2021, the AWS SDK for .NET version 1 (v1) will reach the end of support. After this date it will no longer receive updates or releases, including critical bugs or security updates. Previously published releases will continue to be available via NuGet. The code will remain on GitHub, but the repository may […]

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.NET Standard 1.3 in AWS SDK for .NET is now in maintenance mode

Following the end of support for .NET Core 1.0 and 1.1 platforms, on May 18th 2020 we announced the upcoming end-of-support for .NET Standard 1.3 version in AWS SDK for .NET. As of October 12th, 2020 we will update .NET Standard 1.3 version of AWS SDK for .NET with security and critical fixes only. On […]

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AWS Toolkit in JetBrains Rider

The AWS Toolkits for different IDEs are built to support a vast array of use cases and developer preferences so there’s almost always a tool for the IDE you use; e.g. JetBrains Rider, IntelliJ IDEA, JetBrains PyCharm, Microsoft’s VS Code, or Visual Studio. Developers tend to be attached to their preferred IDE and thus AWS […]

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