Getting started with .NET Core

21 Nov 20233 minutes to read

Syncfusion Essential Studio for WPF ships .NET Core assemblies for building WPF .NET Core applications using Syncfusion Controls. This section explains how to create the project in .NET Core application and using syncfusion WPF controls.


All Syncfusion WPF controls supports .NET Core except the controls labeled as classic.

Version Compatibility

Below table represents the supported Syncfusion Essential Studio version for .NET Core versions.

Syncfusion Version
.NET 6.0
.NET 7.0
.NET 8.0
Earlier Version
From 20.4 (2022 Vol4)
From 21.1 (2023 Vol1)
From 23.2 (2023 Vol3 SP)


Dedicated assemblies are not included for .NET 7.0 and higher versions. Instead, .NET 6.0 assemblies can be used.

Adding Reference

You can add the Syncfusion assembly references in one of the following ways.

  • NuGet
  • Adding assembly references from installed location


Refer control dependencies section to know control and its NuGet to use in the application. After that, add the required NuGet as reference and then you can use the control from ToolBox. The ToolBox will show a list of available controls once you have installed the NuGet package.

Refer NuGet package section to find more details about installing the NuGet package in your application.

Adding assembly references from installed location

You can also add the Syncfusion WPF (.NET Core) controls assemblies from the precompiledassemblies folder in the following location.

.NET 6 or higher C:\Program Files (x86)\Syncfusion\Essential Studio\WPF\25.2.3\precompiledassemblies\net6.0

Creating the project

To create the .NET Core project by using the following ways.

Create a .NET Core project

Step 1: Open Visual Studio 2019 and click Create a new project. Here, select WPF App (.NET Core) template and click Next.

Create new project for WPF NET Core

Step 2: Now, you can see Configure your new project dialog. Here, fill the necessary details and click Create.

Configure the project for WPF NETCore

Step 3: Finally, WPF (.NET Core) sample project was created.

WPF NETCore application

Step 4: Now, you can add your controls. To do so, follow the immediate section Adding controls in WPF application for more details.

Adding controls in WPF (.NET Core) application

Let see how to add ButtonAdv control in WPF (.NET Core) application using NuGet package or assembly reference.

Through NuGet Package

In Solution Explorer, right-click on Dependencies and select Manage NuGet Packages….

WPF NET Core showing NuGet Packages

Now, NuGet Package Manager window will be opened. Here, select Browse and search the required assembly in search box. Select the required assembly and click Install.

WPF NET Core shows NuGet installation

Now, the required assemblies are added in to the project.

WPF NET Core showing installed assembly

Through assembly deployment

In Solution Explorer, right-click on Dependencies and select Add Reference.

NET Core showing assembly

Now, Reference Manager dialog will be opened. Here click Browse and can select the needed assemblies from the location mentioned in below note section. On selecting necessary assemblies, click Add and then click OK. Now, required assemblies are added in to the project, like in the below screenshot.


You can get Syncfusion WPF (.NET Core) controls assemblies from netcoreapp3.1 or net 5.0 folder in the following location - C:\Program Files (x86)\Syncfusion\Essential Studio\WPF\25.2.3\precompiledassemblies

NET Core showing assembly

Adding ButtonAdv control

You can add ButtonAdv control either using code behind or through XAML code in your WPF (.NET Core) application.

a. Following code explains how to create the ButtonAdv control through XAML.

<Window x:Class="WpfApp1.MainWindow"
        Title="MainWindow" Height="450" Width="800">
    <Grid Name="ROOT_Grid">
        <sync:ButtonAdv Label="Hello World" Height = "35" Width = "150"/>

b. Following code explains how to create the ButtonAdv control through code behind.

using Syncfusion.Windows.Tools.Controls;

ButtonAdv button = new ButtonAdv();
button.Height = 35;
button.width = 150;
button.Label = "Hello World!";

WPF ButtonAdv