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What is the .NET?
The .NET Framework (pronounced “dot net”) is developeed by Microsoft.
.NET supports a variety of programming languages and libraries for creating web, mobile, desktop, IoT, and other applications.
The .NET Framework is an open-source platform. For application development, you should have a powerful and dynamic IDE (Integrated Development Environment).
The .NET Framework is a highly secure framework for developing secure applications.
More than 60 programming languages are supported by the .NET Framework.
The Common Language Infrastructure (CLI), is a platform in the.Net architecture that is used to run.Net programmes.
A set of standard class libraries comes with the.NET Framework. A class library is a set of methods and functions that can be used to accomplish a specific task.
Featues of .NET
Microsoft.NET is a framework for creating portable, customizable, and robust applications that can run in a distributed environment.
The Microsoft.NET framework has a lot of functionality. The features of the.NET framework were created by Microsoft using the technologies that software developers need to create applications for today’s and tomorrow’s business needs.
1. Support for multiple languages
Many programming languages are supported by the.NET platform. Each language requires its own compiler; FrameworkV2.0 supports up to 45 languages.
A debugger is a computer programme that allows you to run your programme line by line and examine the values of variables and values passed into methods to determine why it isn't working as expected.
It supports role-based security through the use of Windows NT accounts and groups. The CLR ensures system security by identifying users and code, as well as performing permission checks. This level of security is a key feature of the.NET framework.
4. Cross-Platform Design
The.NET Core framework is a cross-platform framework that runs on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. It can assist in maximising code reuse and increasing the overall efficiency of the development process.
5. Automatic Resource Management
The.NET CLR manages memory, screen space, network connections, databases, and other resources efficiently and automatically.
CLR uses the.NET framework's built-in functions to allocate and de-allocate memory for.NET objects.
6. Tool Support
To make the developer's job easier, the CLR works in combination with tools like Visual Studio, compilers, debuggers, and profilers.
The application built in the.NET framework is portable. It generates intermediate and machine-independent code. This was formerly known as the Microsoft Intermediate Language (MSIL), but it has since been renamed the Common Intermediate Language (CIL).
8. Simplified deployment
The.Net framework also has tools that can be used to package .Net framework-based applications. Following that, these packages can be distributed to client machines. The application would then be installed automatically by the packages.
Advantages of .NET
The caching system built into.NET is extremely reliable and simple to use.
Creating and maintaining pages is an easy with .NET.
Developers can take advantage of a variety of features in order to create powerful apps. You can use features like automatic deployment, WYSIWYG editing, and drag-and-drop controls with them.
The .NET also refers to the monitoring that is performed automatically. Any issues, such as infinite loops, memory leaks, and so on, will be detected immediately.
.NET Core is a cross-platform framework that enables code to run on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X.
With a large community, almost any problem can be solved with the help of other members.
.NET is an excellent platform for creating cross-platform apps.
Compiles the code so that no one can see the source code and our IP is protected.
Disadvantages of .NET
Vendor lock-in is a feature of the framework. This could imply that all future development will be depend on Microsoft.
It's possible that managed code written in.NET is slower than native code.
Migration of applications to.NET can be costly in some cases.
Even for purely counting algorithms, the speed of the programmes is noticeably reduced by 40-50 percent, and they work very slowly.
Due to garbage collection, memory usage is high and non-deterministic.
To run, the entire framework may need to be installed.
Upgrades to versions and dependencies can result in hard-to-find bugs.
While the basic features are free for small projects, additional features for larger projects can be costly.
Many of the libraries we use are not yet designed to work with.NET Core.