We are heavily using hangfire and wanted to understand if we can continue to use hangfire assuming hangfire will be updated to work with .net 6 and other supported LTS versions of .net.
We’re upgrading to NET6 from ASPNET45, and while it seems relatively the same, we have yet to get it working.
We’re using native NET6 Dependency injection, rather than Windsor Castle, and I think that’s made it exceptionally difficult. Will let you know if I make any headway (just joined this forum to try to help make progress).
See: What is the scope of a DI scope - Hangfire in .NET Core - Stack Overflow for more information (comments by Poul)