.NET Core Tools 1.0 are now available

.NET Core Tools 1.0 are now available


Along with Visual Studio 2017, Microsoft also released the .NET Core Tools 1.0, which are supported on Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems to build cross-platform applications. Though it is part of the Visual Studio 2017 installer, but you can also download them separately.

 

In this post, sharing the links to download the .NET Core SDK and .NET Core Runtime for different environment for easy access.

 

.NET Core Tools are now available (www.kunal-chowdhury.com)

 

.NET Core supports both command line interface and integrated platform within Visual Studio 2017. If you want to build .NET Core applications without using Visual Studio 2017, you need to download the SDK tools as a separate installer.

 

This post is basically to bookmark all the downloadables in a single page for easy reference. Here's the list of all the .NET Core 1.0 SDK links and .NET Core 1.1.1 Runtime links for Windows, Mac and Linux:

.NET Core 1.0 SDK Downloads

.NET Core 1.1.1 Runtime Downloads

 



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2 comments

  1. Kundal,
    Thank You Very Much & Microsoft too!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Jeffery Raymond Link (Partner)

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  2. This is a great article, that I really enjoyed reading. Thanks for sharing.

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