With .NET 5.0, Microsoft aims to transform the .NET vs .NET Core into a new cross-platform framework. However, there are some drawbacks. Developers have been using ASP.NET Web Forms for years to build web UIs. It is no longer supported on .NET 5.0. Instead, you would have to use Blazor. Even Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), the traditional communication framework for Windows, is deprecated. So, you will be forced to use alternative solutions, like gRPC or CoreWCF. This means there is no significant technical debt around legacy apps built-in .NET Framework.


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