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Migrate Azure Functions from .Net Framework (v1) to .Net Core (v3)

Migrate Azure Functions from .Net Framework (v1) to .Net Core (v3)

In this post, you'll learn how to make the transition from .Net Framework (v1) to .Net Core (v3) when migrating Azure Functions. As a developer, it's not always easy to make decisions on which version of a package to use, especially when it means choosing between compatibility and performance.

This post specifically deals with the migration process when working with Dataverse integrations via Azure Functions. Historically, the XrmTooling library, used to perform operations with Dataverse, was only available for .Net Framework, which meant developers had to use V1 Azure Functions. However, since Microsoft has released a .Net Core version of the tooling for a public preview, developers are now able to use .Net Core libraries with the latest version of Azure Functions, v3.

The post Migrate Azure Functions from .Net Framework (v1) to .Net Core (v3) provides a detailed guide that shows how to migrate Azure Functions from .Net Framework(v1) to .Net Core (v3) and highlights some of the key considerations that should be made.

If you're a developer working with Azure Functions and are interested in optimizing performance and compatibility, this post provides valuable insights on making the migration to .Net Core(v3). The post is published on Andrew Butenko's Blog.

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