ABP Framework & ABP Commercial 3.2 have been released today.

Since all the new features are already explained in detail with the 3.2 RC Announcement Post, I will not repeat all the details again. Please read the RC post for new features and changes you may need to do for your solution while upgrading to version 3.2.

Creating New Solutions

You can create a new solution with the ABP Framework version 3.2 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 CLI provides a handy command to update all the ABP related NuGet and NPM packages in your solution with a single command:

abp update

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 Next Versions

The next two versions (3.3 & 4.0) will be mostly related to completing the Blazor UI features and upgrading the ABP Framework & ecosystem to the .NET 5.0.

The ultimate goal is to complete the version 4.0 with a stable Blazor UI with the fundamental features implemented and publish it just after the Microsoft lunches .NET 5 in this November.