.NET is based on the object-oriented programming (OOP). OOP is a development model with the idea of breaking down software into little pieces that less demanding to oversee and combine. OOP compartmentalizes data into objects, i.e. data fields, and describes objects behavior and substance through the statement of classes, improves programming by making the code manageable, simpler to test, and react to repeating issues. It likewise eliminates unnecessary programming and for the most part implies less coding for developers.
Visual Studio IDE
An Integrated Development Environment (IDE) is a solitary item for software engineers which makes application development less demanding by providing all devices to write and test programming. Visual Studio is a Microsoft IDE utilized for building, investigating, and publishing applications across all platforms, including Android and iOS. The Visual Studio is coordinated with .NET and provides the features of language-specific environment
Reliable and simple caching system
Caching implies keeping information in a temporary storage place to call it quicker when required. The stored data is the consequence of a prior data request or the copy of data put away in different spots that would take more time to retrieve from.
Cross-platform design and language independence of .NET Core
.NET Core is a cross- platform .NET implementation that enables the code to keep running on OS X, Windows, and Linux. Unlike to the first .NET system; which is just mostly open, .NET Core has a completely open source code which guarantees that a wide designing network can consistently contribute to its improvement.
In case you're writing in C#, F#, or Visual Basic, your code will keep running on every one of the perfect compatible operating systems. This empowers organizations to achieve the widest variety of platform remaining inside the .NET ecosystem. In the meantime, cross- platform plan and language independence guarantee that the entire .NET community with a substantial pool of engineering skillsets shares understanding. At the present time .NET supports more than 25 language including C#, Visual Basic.NET, J#, Managed C++, IronPython, and IronRuby.
NET has a large community of developers. Interestingly, it joins engineers from little, moderate size, and enterprise-grade companies. This implies any issues can be solved with the assistance of network individuals.
Flexible deployment and easy maintenance
One of the .NET Core features is adaptable arrangement. It very well may be introduced as a piece of your application or require a different establishment. The modular design allows for including every one of the conditions you require. The deployment itself is as simple as copying a folder.
Another advantage is that you can have various .NET Core variants running side-by-side on the same machine to cover distinctive activities and seamlessly perform deployment tasks.
Disadvantages of .NET development
Despite the fact that .NET is viewed as one of the strongest engineering platforms out there because of a broad foundation and demonstrated product development history, it comes with an arrangement of issues.
Limited Object-Relational Support
.NET uses the object-oriented programming (OOP) dialect model. This model is based around the articles as opposed to "activities" and information instead of logic. The support of data-oriented programming application development in .NET Framework is given by the Entity Framework.
The second drawback is mostly associated with the previous one. .NET is run and in light of Microsoft. While .NET Core and Xamarin are open source, the entire ecosystem community is far from being the network driven. This implies your items still depend the provider and decisions made by Microsoft
The gap between release and stability
Maybe, this issue cripples all Microsoft products as opposed to .NET stack only. However, it's certainly worth saying. The recently released products need legitimate documentation, support, stability, and are inclined to drastically changes. In one of AltexSoft projects, our architects chose to utilize a new DocumentDB (now Azure Cosmos DB) however then were compelled to design custom data architecture as the item endured various technical issues that could jeopardize the whole project.
Building .NET applications isn't cheap regardless of open source innovations. For the most part, your costs will be spent on Visual Studio IDE and other extra joint effort and quality confirmation benefits that Microsoft offers to improve you work.
Despite the fact that you can utilize .NET Core on Mac and Linux machines, the most ideal route is to utilize Windows for .NET engineering which likewise comes authorizing costs.
As any technology .NET is not perfect, but it has great benefits, in Xipe we have a specialized team in .NET, if you are interested you can contact us.