Winforms: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/api/system.windows.forms.dialogresult?view=netframework-4.8 Of course that matters if I am writing winforms or not.
I use the one needed in the ui framework I am using.
They made it so that all you have to remember MessageBox.Show in either ui framework.
I am working in dailies to get the application model working. If anyone has been working on that, or is interested, let me know.
My status, it requires some extra stuff in the project file, but when we got that straight, we found a bug on something missing in the runtime. That is in PR and should be in daily builds next week.
No test matches the given testcase filter `FullyQualifiedName=XUnitTestProject1.XUnitTestProject1.UnitTest1.AdditionTest|FullyQualifiedName=XUnitTestProject1.XUnitTestProject1.UnitTest1.EqualsTest|FullyQualifiedName=XUnitTestProject1.XUnitTestProject1.UnitTest1.MultiplicationTest|FullyQualifiedName...` in C:\Users\PaulM\Source\Repos\VBUncheckedMath\XUnitTestProject1\bin\Debug\netcoreapp3.1\XUnitTestProject1.dll
I just wrote a TechNet article on dynamic ordering/sorting Entity Framework data, perhaps this might be helpful for new to vb.net and want to work with Entity Framework may find helpful
@DuckheadUK_twitter the disk performance and startup is where I got the biggest boost (but I never worked around any issues) when I moved to Core 3.1. I pulled My out of Winforms GitHub repo and just wrapped it with
#If Not netcoreapp5_0 Then
I am still waiting for road map so I will have some idea when it "is ready".