Moving from preview to relase

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Daniel asked on 10 Mar 2022, 06:59 AM

Hi,

What are steps for moving project MAUI in preview + telerik controls to release ?

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Lance | Manager Technical Support
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answered on 10 Mar 2022, 02:18 PM

Hi Daniel,

You need to wait for Microsoft to release .NET MAUI. when that happens, we will release a new version of Telerik UI for MAUI that you can use

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commented on 10 Mar 2022, 02:28 PM

So, 

1.I need to uninstall vs 2022 preview.

2.Install vs 2022 release.

3. Remove your preview version of of Telerik UI for MAUI through NUGET.

4. Install the new version of of Telerik UI for MAUI through NUGET.

Lance | Manager Technical Support
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commented on 10 Mar 2022, 02:44 PM

As far as the Telerik stuff goes, it is exactly the same steps when using NuGet packages, no matter what IDE you're using. There will just be an update of the NuGet package available in the NuGet Package Manager. You do not need to manually uninstall the older version, just click the "Update" button

You'll want to follow whatever guidance Microsoft provides in a few months about what to do when it is release. We cannot tell you what to do here and it is too early to guess. But yes, if VS 2022 has an update that supports a MAUI project, then you can switch to using the main VS2022

Note: You can have both VS 2022 and VS 2022 Preview installed side-by-side on your machine. Since VS 2017, Preview versions of VS no longer affect the non-preview versions.

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