In the event, Microsoft makes the final release of .NET Core 1.0, including the .NET Core Runtime, .NET Core SDK, .NET Core VS Tooling (includes Web tools), .NET Core Windows Server Hosting, and also updated NuGet packages for ASP.NET Core 1.0 and Entity Framework Core 1.0.
.NET Core Downloads
These are advanced and specific downloads.
- .NET Core SDK = Develop apps with .NET Core and the SDK+CLI (Software Development Kit/Command Line Interface) tools
- .NET Core = Run apps with the .NET Core runtime
|.NET Core SDK Installer
|.NET Core Installer
|.NET Core SDK binaries only
|.NET Core binaries only
|Windows (Server Hosting)2||–||x64 / x86 .exe||–||–|
|macOS3||x64 .pkg||x64 .pkg||x64 .tar.gz||x64 .tar.gz|
||x64 .tar.gz||x64 .tar.gz|
|Ubuntu5||x64 .deb||–||x64 .tar.gz||x64 .tar.gz|
|Debian 8.2||–||–||x64 .tar.gz||x64 .tar.gz|
|Fedora 23||–||–||x64 .tar.gz||x64 .tar.gz|
|CentOS 7.1||–||–||x64 .tar.gz||x64 .tar.gz|
|openSUSE 13.2||–||–||x64 .tar.gz||x64 .tar.gz|
- While .NET Core Runtime and Libraries are at V1.0, the tooling such as the
.NET Core command line tools, Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code that enable you to work with .NET Core projects
are in preview (more…)
If you are looking to host stand-alone apps on Windows Servers, the ASP.NET Core Module for IIS can be
installed separately on servers without installing .NET Core runtime.
You can download the Windows (Server Hosting) installer and run the following command
from an Administrator command prompt:
macOS 10.11 (El Capitan) or higher is required. There are known issues with OpenSSL 0.9.8 and oh-my-zsh (more…)
.NET Core is currently supported by Red Hat on RHEL 7 Server (more…)
Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and Ubuntu 16.04 LTS are currently supported by .NET Core
.NET Core Dev Tools
The Visual Studio family provides the best development experience for creating .NET applications, for any developer, any app and any platform, for free.
.NET Core is a modular version of the .NET Framework designed to be portable across platforms (Windows, Linux, macOS, Docker) for maximum code reuse and code sharing. In addition, .NET Core will be open-sourced and accept contributions from the community. You can learn more about .NET Core on the Microsoft website.