A couple of years ago, Microsoft released a .Net framework cross platform called NetCore with a special feature that allowed running .Net apps on Linux computers.
Since .Net 3.1 was released early in December, an important announcement for the Community is that the GeneXus Generator that supports that technology is already available.
The GeneXus generator for .NET CORE 3.1 Beta is already available, and you may test it by subscribing to the betatester channel.
So far, the GeneXus .NET Core generator –released with GeneXus 16 in 2018– has been generating for version 2.1, which corresponds to the previous LTS (Long Term Support) version. The milestone implied in the release of version 3.1, and the generator’s availability allow for systems in .NET Core 2.1 or generated for .NET to have a frictionless move into the latest technology from Microsoft.
Check out all the benefits and innovation for the .NET platform in the presentation by Claudia Murialdo at the GX29 Meeting (spanish):