Support .NET Core with CSOM
Support .NET Core with CSOM
Thanks for your feedback! We’re happy to report that your suggestion is now part of the newly released SharePoint Online CSOM API NuGet package.
See more details from following blog post where we reference additional documentation on the usage and have also a video on showing this in practice – https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/blogs/net-standard-version-of-sharepoint-online-csom-apis
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This is a joke right? WTF? Youve now kicked this 3 months twice. Are you taking the piss?
Do you ever plan on releasing this or in 3 months time are you just going to kick it another 3 months?
If there is massive demand, add more resource
We could move to Graph if it wasnt so half-assed and missing features
Vesa ... forget it ... nobody cares about SharePoint anymore .. you managed to kill it and SPFX is a pure mess ... Have you ever heard of Semver and breaking changes? According to this Semver there should be SPFx Version 6 or 7 ... Ever heard of npm audit fix and vulnerabilities? Where is your solution to that? Vulneralbilities coming up every week and than your spfx project upgrade with 50+ commands that have to be executed manually ... ?
Now into April. Please provide an update
please any update as it is end of Q1? or another message that this get delayed again?
Today is the last day of the first quarter of 2020...
Any update on this. We are 4 days out from end of quarter.
Exactly when will the CSOM for .Net Core will be available. Any possible dates?
PeanutNinja - Can you make MS finally release this promised software?
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i can do work CSOM in asp.net core just pm me.
any update when will be released?
Alan Ahlberg commented
This is a really important feature. Even a beta-version would be useful at this point.
13 days till launch.
I'm starting a new project and needing this features latter on. Can you confirm if the implementation will be delivered on schedule?
Andre Moraes commented
thanks the url that you provide suited my automation needs with LinqPad 6 Scripts that uses .NET core
very much appreciated
3 weeks and 2 days remaining. Hope to see first core version atleast then. its ok to release some beta version before that so we can start testing! Really hate that we still have to use old net framework webapi project. cant upgrade without net core support. Losing ALOT of money and man hours as have to support and build old api.
This delay is causing us a huge amount of money because we have to rebuild stuff using the expiremental .Net Standard CSOM versions and mentioned below and a lot of the PNP stuff.
All of our newer solutions are .Net Standard and .Net Core only and we will not go back using outdated .Net Framework solutions again.
Get your stuff done Microsoft!
Less than a month left...
Michel Weber commented
It's a shame there is not a higher priority on this task. I'm already waiting for so long I really don't expect the SharePoint Team to deliver in Q1. I hope they get it done this year.
There is a workaround for now that our team uses:
Use the experimental .NET Standard CSOM:
There is an *experimental* .NET Standard CSOM version available here:
This is coming from the PnP-Team and is unsupported by Microsoft.
So far this works well.
is there a possibility to share the Abstractions library so that we can make tests en and implementations in parallel?
Thanks in advance
When should we expect it?
I want to use CSOM for development Blazor apps. Please...