When should a developer use the .NET Standard class library project type?

  • when you want to increase the .NET API surface area your library can access, and allow only .NET Core apps to be compatible with your library
  • when you want to increase the number of apps that are compatible with your library, and decrease the .NET API surface area your library can access
  • when you want to decrease speed but have more features
  • when you want to increase compilation speed and have fewer features
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