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.NET Core 3 Support

Expanded Getting Started

The Create a New Application topic explains how to create a WPF application for .NET Core and use DevExpress WPF UI controls.

Expanded Migrate an Existing Application to .NET Core 3

The Migrate WPF Applications to .NET Core 3 topic describes how to migrate an existing WPF Application to .NET Core 3.

Expanded Deployment

The Deploy .NET Core Applications topic describes how to deploy your .NET Core 3 WPF application.

Expanded Limitations

DevExpress WPF controls have the following limitations:

  • The ApplicationJumpListService is not available.
  • The default theme (Office2016White) is not applied.
  • Theme Designer builds theme assemblies that target the .NET Framework only.
  • The following Visual Studio design time features are not supported:

    • Smart Tags
    • Data Source Wizard
    • Scaffolding Wizard
    • Selection of non-visual elements (Data Grid columns, Toolbar & Ribbon items)
    • Configuration wizards (Chart Designer, Diagram Designer, Feature Browser for the Data Grid)
    • Applying the application theme from App.config to all designer previews
    • Custom context menu items

You can use the Theme Designer as follows:

  1. Build your custom theme that targets the .NET Framework in the Theme Designer.
  2. Reference the resulting assembly in .NET Core 3.0 projects.

Theme projects contain XAML resources and no C# or VB code, and there are no conflicts between the .NET Framework and .NET Core.

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