JustDecompile to Net Core project in Visual Studio 2017

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  1. Carl
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    Posted 27 Oct 2018 Link to this post

    Is there a roadmap for JustDecompile?  Will it be updated for Net Core and AspNet Core projects in Visual Studio 2017 (or Visual Studio 2019)?  What are the plans and release timeline for JustDecompile?
  2. Kammen
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    Posted 07 Nov 2018 Link to this post

    Hi Carl,

    Thank you for reaching out. 

    .NET Core projects are already supported in JustDecompile and you can try this right away. As to ASP.NET Core projects, we have plans for this but at this point, I cannot give you any time-frame when the implementation might be ready. 

    We're hoping we will be able to work on VS 2019 compatibility early next year. The reality is that today we don't have a set-in-stone roadmap and we operate in a very dynamic environment. What I can assure you is that we are definitely about how we can make developers like you successful with JustDecompile.

    I'm sorry I could not be more concrete here. If you have other questions, do not hesitate to contact us.

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  3. Dick
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    Dec 2018

    Posted 11 Dec 2018 in reply to Kammen Link to this post

    The problem is that the page https://www.telerik.com/products/decompiler.aspx states "Visual Studio 2015 Ready" and "Supports .NET 2, 3.5, 4, 4.5, 4.5.1, .." which are far from curent release so the implication is that this is a dying product [avoid] which seems to be untrue and that Progress are continuing with it [hooray].

    I am saying that the martketing makeover to reassure developers considering expending the inevitable learning curve to master this [and other Telerik/Progress] products.

    I was responding to an email Dec11 by Steve Faberman (Chief Legal Officer, Progress) and chose to explore this referenced URL https://www.progress.com/legal/trademarks but this is a flat text list without any useful pointers to the particular product specifics. Yes I know that products likely update frequently, so this could be fragile, but making such hotlinks go to a search ramp (e.g. https://www.progress.com/search?q=justdecompile) would be much preferable.

    That said this was somewhat disappointing as most entries were press releases rather than hoped-for technical articles.

    Hopefully Progress will choose to maintain developers' faith in the Telerik product range and "free for life" mantras instead of solely chasing top dollar family items!

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