Features of Dot Net Development

by Priya Patil Marketing Executive


.NET is a platform that lets you develop complex applications using many languages and run it over different platforms. Of the 60+ programming languages that .NET supports, 11 are developed by Microsoft Itself! They include C#, J#, F#, C++.NET, Visual C++, ASML, and more.

Three of the key components of .NET are:

Common Language Infrastructure:

It provides a language-neutral platform for the development of applications and their execution. As the core aspects of the .NET framework are implemented within the scope of CLI, the function would not be coupled to a simple language but across many languages!

Common Language Runtime:

This is the execution engine of .NET. Other than executing the Common Intermediate Language(CIL) code, it also provides many advantageous services like memory management, exception handling in, type safety, security, and also threads management.

Class Library:

The class library is a collection of reusable and object-oriented libraries of classes and methods that can be integrated with the common language runtime. This includes an expanded set of libraries like those of BCL, Windows Forms, ASP.NET, Windows Presentation Foundation, etc.

The different implementations of .NET are .NET Core, .NET Framework, Xamarin, and Mono. These implementations together with the components will help you to build a wide range of applications For Desktop, Mobile, and Web. It also specific libraries and technologies that power Video game development, Artificial intelligence, IoT, Cloud, etc.

So, you can see that both C# and .NET are successful and are widely used for different applications. Our dot net development company can help you develop your project with the utmost quality!

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