Red Hat announces new development tool updates: DevSuite, DevStudio, and CDK

Container application development is hotter than ever, and the Red Hat Development Tools team is continually adding new features to simplify configuration and setup, as well as help developers with coding. Today, Red Hat has released new versions of the following:

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Announcing Red Hat Development Tools Updates

Red Hat is dedicated to creating development tools that can simplify modern application development, especially for containerized applications and microservices. This February 2017 release builds upon the December 2016 release with a host of new capabilities, enhancements and features.

Today, Red Hat is pleased to announce general availability of our newest development tools:

Also available is a beta version of Red Hat Container Development Kit 3, based on Minishift.

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Red Hat Releases New Versions of DevStudio, CDK, and DevSuite

As the interest in container application development continues to grow, so does our expansion of development tools and features.

Today, Red Hat released new versions of the following:

Here’s a listing of the new features:

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Observations on Porting from .NET Framework to .NET Core

You’ve heard that .NET has gone open source. You’ve also heard that it has gone cross-platform. And you’ve even heard that Red Hat is shipping a supported version of .NET on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. So maybe you are thinking to yourself, “wow, this is fantastic! I’m going to copy these EXEs and DLLs of my .NET application over to my Red Hat machine and run them!”

Well, unfortunately, it’s not going to be quite that easy. At least not today.

First and foremost, the open source version of .NET is called “.NET Core.” It is available for many platforms, including Windows and Linux. Those .NET projects and applications that you already have running, however, were built on and for .NET Framework. And .NET Framework and .NET Core are not the same thing; they are more like siblings, which also implies that one is not a subset or child of the other.

“Well, then, what’s the point?!”

The good news is that while they are siblings, they do look a lot alike. Although they’re not identical twins, you’ll definitely recognize them as being from the same immediate family. As such, it is possible to port many existing .NET Framework applications to .NET Core.

“How hard is it to port something?”

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DevNation 2016 General Session to open with Microsoft’s Scott Hanselman

rhd_newsletter_may2016_300x600We are delighted to share that Scott Hanselman of Microsoft will join Red Hat during the DevNation 2016 opening general session.
Scott is one of the world’s leading technical speakers who’s been deeply involved in the community and on social media, with well over 150,000 Twitter followers. Join us at DevNation to learn what news news he may share.

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