CRUD C#/SQLite/ course at UDEMY
I have received some questions regarding Visual Studio 2019 and if it’s possible to use this version.
The short answer is: YES, you can.
I have now run through this course using Visual Studio 2019 (version 16.1.3 and version 16.1.4) and it all works well without any issues.
I also used the latest version of DB Browser (version 3.11.2) using the original database that you can download from this course, and I have also created a new database using the new version of DB Browser and it all looks good and works well in both Visual Studio 2017 (VS17) and Visual Studio 2019 (VS19).
With the new VS19 you will also have a new version of .NET Framework 4.7.2. So, creating a new project in VS19 running the code in the course it’ll work well without any issues.
I have, however, come across one special case: I installed VS19 on a fresh computer that didn’t have any earlier Visual Studio versions installed. When I installed VS19 I got .NET Framework 4.7.2 installed. When I then opened a VS17 project and tried to run it, it complained about missing .NET Framework (4.6.1). Here you have two options:
- Re-target you project to use the newer version of .NET Framework.
- Manually install earlier version of .NET Framework, in this case 4.6.1.
Please let me know if you have any question around this.