What Dotnet PCL Profile is .NET Standard?

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One of the features of the .NET Framework is the ability to share and reuse code across projects we've written, or the ability to refactor classes into libraries that can be used across both client and server code. There are a lot of different .NET runtimes, each one being referred to as a target framework. To determine whether your class library is compatible with a particular framework you have to look at which profiles it supports. Here we look at what a PCL Profile is and how it relates to the dotnet version and the more recent set of .NET Standards. If you've ever struggled with NuGet trying to balance what appear to be incompatible references, this session will give you the foundations to understand what's going on.

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Developer

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2

Level:

Level 300

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.NET

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Breakout

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NET325b

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Room 5

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