.Net core support in new Mac OS( ARM based processor)

Megha Joshi 1 Reputation point
2021-07-12T09:27:13.857+00:00

1.Is .Net Core 3.1 supported in Mac 12 (currently we have mac 12 beta version)

2.What about the support of visual studio to build the .net applications for ARM based Mac systems apart from the current Rosetta translation.
Are their any universal binaries which can be used both for Intel and ARM based mac machines or separate binaries for both processors?

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  1. Bruce (SqlWork.com) 54,711 Reputation points
    2021-07-12T14:47:45.003+00:00

    .net core 3.1 is supported on Mac via Rosetta via the lastest o/s upgrades (Apple supplied a Rosetta fix for core 3.1).

    .net 6 will be the first to produce a Mac arm image. Universal image support may come next year with .net 7. This means you can not publish to the Mac App Store. IOS apps are fully supported as in the past and they can be published.

    Visual studio code runs native on Mac arm, and Mac visual studio has been updated to run on Rosetta. Debugging native arm is still a work in progress, but coming along.

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