Visual Studio 2019 And .NET Core 3

In this article, I will show how to create your first project with .NET Core 3 and Visual Studio 2019. I have explained how to install Visual Studio 2019 with .NET Core 3.0.

Introduction
 
In this article, let us see how to install Visual Studio 2019 and using it with .NET Core 3.0, we will make some changes to the Visual Studio 2019 IDE followed by creating a new project in VS 2019.
 
Step 1 - Installing .NET Core 3 Preview 1
 
The installation of Preview 1 of .NET Core 3 can be learned from here. On successful completion of this process of installation, open the CMD and run the following command. 

dotnet --version
 
This command will return the .NET Core 3 version details that confirm that the tool has been installed.
 
 
 
Step 2 - Installing Visual Studio 2019 Preview 1
 
For installing the Preview 1 of Visual Studio 2019, visit the link here.
 
As in previous versions, it will be necessary to define which workloads should be installed with VS 2019.
 
 
 
After confirming these settings, we will start the installation procedure.
 
 
And at the end of this process, there will appear Preview 1 of Visual Studio 2019 as IDE option.
 
 
Step 3 - Some changes in Visual Studio IDE
 
When accessing Visual Studio 2019 for the first time, we will come across a new interface for opening or creating the projects.
 
 
 
Step 4 - Create New Project 
 
 
Now, create the New Project in VS 2019. The available templates will appear on a window like below.
 
 
Choosing the ASP.NET Core Web Application template will, then, bring up the following form.
 
 
Confirming these settings, VS 2019 will pop a template selection screen (already displaying the option to use ASP.NET Core 3.0).
 
 
 
Congratulations, the project will finally load in the IDE to perform the tasks like coding and debugging.