ABP Framework 3.1 Final Has Been Released
It is exciting for us to announce that we've released the ABP Framework & ABP Commercial 3.1 today.
Since all the new features are already explained in details with the 3.1 RC Announcement Post, I will not repeat all the details here. Please read the RC post for new feature and changes you may need to do for your solution while upgrading to the version 3.1.
Creating New Solutions
You can create a new solution with the ABP Framework version 3.1 by either using the
abp new command or using the direct download tab on the get started page.
See the getting started document for details.
How to Upgrade an Existing Solution
Install/Update the ABP CLI
First of all, install the ABP CLI or upgrade to the latest version.
If you haven't installed yet:
dotnet tool install -g Volo.Abp.Cli
To update an existing installation:
dotnet tool update -g Volo.Abp.Cli
ABP UPDATE Command
ABP CLI provides a handy command to update all the ABP related NuGet and NPM packages in your solution with a single command:
After the update command, check the RC blog post to learn if you need to make any changes in your solution.
You may want to see the new upgrading document.
About the version 3.2
The planned schedule for the version 3.2 is like that;
- September 17, 2020: 3.2.0-rc.1 (release candidate)
- October 1, 2020: 3.2.0 final (stable)
You can check the GitHub milestone to see the features/issues we are working on.
ABP Community & Articles
We had lunched the ABP Community web site a few weeks before. The core ABP team and the ABP community have started to create content for the community.
Here, the last three articles from the ABP Community:
- ABP Suite: How to Add the User Entity as a Navigation Property of Another Entity by @ebicoglu
- Reuse ABP vNext Modules to Quickly Implement Application Features by @gdlcf88
- Using DevExtreme Components With the ABP Framework by @cotur.
We are looking for your contributions; You can submit your article! We will promote your article to the community.