5 days ago  Visual Studio for Mac is a macOS-native.NET IDE that focuses on.NET Core, Xamarin, and Unity. It provides many of the same features as Visual Studio for Windows, such as a shared C#, XAML, and web editor. For more information on Visual Studio for Mac, see our documentation. I told you: just write software, in a compatible manner, on Windows. Use compatible target.NET version (3.5 worked very well, 4 might work). If you do it accurately, it will work on Mac OS X without recompilation. Just run it as is with the following command line: mono myapplication.exe. Good luck, —SA.

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Sep 23, 2019.NET Core 3.0. Visual Studio version 16.3 includes support for.NET Core 3.0. Why is.NET Core 3.0 exciting? Here’s what Scott Hanselman has to say: “.NET Core is open source and cross-platform. You can use.NET Core to run server applications on Windows, Mac, a dozen Linuxes, iPhone, IoT devices, and more!.NET. See the Prerequisites for.NET Core on Mac topic. Check the.NET Core Support article to ensure you're using a supported version of.NET Core. If you've already installed the prerequisites and Visual Studio for Mac, skip this section and proceed to Creating a project.

Visual Studio for Mac provides a full-featured Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for developing .NET Core applications. This topic walks you through building a simple console application using Visual Studio for Mac and .NET Core.

Note

Your feedback is highly valued. There are two ways you can provide feedback to the development team on Visual Studio for Mac:

  • In Visual Studio for Mac, select Help > Report a Problem from the menu or Report a Problem from the Welcome screen, which will open a window for filing a bug report. You can track your feedback in the Developer Community portal.
  • To make a suggestion, select Help > Provide a Suggestion from the menu or Provide a Suggestion from the Welcome screen, which will take you to the Visual Studio for Mac Developer Community webpage.

Prerequisites

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See the Prerequisites for .NET Core on Mac topic.

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Check the .NET Core Support article to ensure you're using a supported version of .NET Core.

Get started

If you've already installed the prerequisites and Visual Studio for Mac, skip this section and proceed to Creating a project. Follow these steps to install the prerequisites and Visual Studio for Mac:

Download the Visual Studio for Mac installer. Run the installer. Read and accept the license agreement. During the install, select the option to install .NET Core. You're provided the opportunity to install Xamarin, a cross-platform mobile app development technology. Installing Xamarin and its related components is optional for .NET Core development. For a walk-through of the Visual Studio for Mac install process, see Visual Studio for Mac documentation. When the install is complete, start the Visual Studio for Mac IDE.

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Creating a project

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  1. Select New on the Start Window.

  2. In the New Project dialog, select App under the .NET Core node. Select the Console Application template followed by Next.

  3. If you have more than one version of .NET Core installed, select the target framework for your project.

  4. Type 'HelloWorld' for the Project Name. Select Create.

  5. Wait while the project's dependencies are restored. The project has a single C# file, Program.cs, containing a Program class with a Main method. The Console.WriteLine statement will output 'Hello World!' to the console when the app is run.

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Run the application

Run the app in Debug mode using ⌘ ↵ (command + enter) or in Release mode using ⌥ ⌘ ↵ (option + command + enter).

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Next step

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The Building a complete .NET Core solution on macOS using Visual Studio for Mac topic shows you how to build a complete .NET Core solution that includes a reusable library and unit testing.

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