What are the upgrade plans for ABP.IO, .Net Core 3.0, and ASP ZERO? #6277
It is imperative that teams (like us) that are paying for perpetual licenses have adequate time to plan and prepare for the coming framework changes.
Have you seen https://abp.io/blog/abp/Abp-vNext-Announcement before ? Probably it will answer most of your questions.
For AspNet Zero, we will actively continue development and we will of courese support .NET Core 3.0 when it is released.
I have, but I have not seen anything about what ASP Zero project plans to do with ABP.io.
Presumably there will be a complete rewrite of the paid product, as well? What does that mean for those of us who have spent thousands on licenses for the current version?
Or do you not plan to migrate Zero to abp.io, and continue to use the legacy boilerplate framework in perpetuity?
It is not %100 clear on our side but probably AspNet Zero will continue to use current AspNet Boilerplate. We will create something similar to AspNet Zero with abp.io as well. We are think of proving it for free or with a very small fee for existing customers.
We will also continue to work on AspNet Boilerplate Framework.