Microsoft has upgraded capabilities in areas such as Native AOT (ahead of time) compilation, code generation, GC regions, and startup speeds in Preview 3 of the.NET 7 software development platform.
The cross-gen tool, which acts as the CoreCLR AOT compiler that creates ReadytoRun executables, is one of the programs scheduled to be produced using Native AOT in.NET 7. In terms of compilation speed and size, Crossgen has shown potential. Native AOT compatibility in.NET will increase in the future, but there will be reasons to choose JIT (just in time) compilation in many circumstances, according to Microsoft.
With.NET 7, Native AOT was promoted from experimental to mainline development. Startup time, memory utilization, access to restricted platforms, and disc capacity are all advantages of native AOT. Native AOT can only create native artifacts.
Microsoft.NET 7 Preview 3 comes after a second preview that was released on March 14. In November 2022, the production version maybe release. Microsoft suggests utilizing preview channel builds to check out.NET 7 with Visual Studio.