We're celebrating the new year with our first 2019 release of Cofoundry! This release is primarily to support ASP.NET Core 2.2, but also includes a few bug fixes.

ASP.NET Core 2.2 Support

We actually held back this release until the new year because .NET Core 2.2 was still being rolled out in Azure and this wasn't completed until the end of December. Be sure to check that your deployment environment supports .NET Core 2.2 before upgrading.

ASP.NET Core is a highly compatible update and the upgrade process is fairly simple, the main issue we found was with a specific route constraint and the new routing system, but it shouldn't affect most sites.

Read more about how to upgrade in the Official Microsoft documentation. One step you can ignore is setting the compatibility version to CompatibilityVersion.Version_2_2 because Cofoundry will do this for you.

To update Cofoundry you simply need to update the Cofoundry NuGet packages.

Bug Fixes

  • #292 Login fails when chrome dev tools is open
  • #285 Remove GA UA ID Setting
  • #278 User Areas: Cannot add, edit or delete non-Cofoundry users in the admin panel