ASP.NET

What is ASP.NET?

ASP.NET is a part of Microsoft’s .Net platform and a server-side, object-oriented framework that offers a colossal software infrastructure alongside a programming model and several other services designed to help developers build robust web apps for both PC and Mobile server systems and browsers.s.

Characteristics of ASP.NET

Vast Language support, high speed, low cost

With ASP.NET, developers have many different options for their development environment. The framework is particularly popular because it has a ton of online resources to help developers learn new things, troubleshoot bugs and perform a myriad of other tasks.

ASP.NET has indeed made it very easy to create MVC applications. For example, when building views using its razor programming language, one can basically insert C# code into HTML which not only significantly reduces coding but also increases productivity. 

Developers who’ve used C# in the past might, therefore, find it worthwhile to have ASP.NET on their radar.  

What Are the Benefits of ASP.NET?

ASP.NET is one of Microsoft’s most successful web app development frameworks. Every update that has been released to date has brought new and extended features to help developers write highly scalable, high-performance applications. 

Over time, ASP.NET has evolved to become a powerful solution to common development challenges. There are various other advantages of working with ASP.NET including

Cross-platform support: through .NET Core, it’s now possible to create ASP.NET applications and have them deployed on different platforms including Windows, macOS, and Linux.

High Performance: Thanks to Kestrel web server and .NET Core, ASP.NET is flaunted as one of the fastest web app development frameworks today.

Multiple development modes and environments: it’s possible for a developer to differentiate parts of code for their optimal behaviour in development, production, staging, etc.

Security: ASP.NET is a secure framework that prevents different types of attacks; for instance, through its CSRF protection.

Self-hosted applications: ASP.NET allows one to create self-hosted web applications that are deployed onto a PC rather than being deployed onto a server.

Easy documentation and testing of APIs: ASP.NET historically provides such built-in functionalities like Swagger OpenAPI that make it quite easy to test and document MVC for RESTful APIs and Web API.

Localization and globalization: With ASP.NET, it’s easy to localize the text, numbers, and dates within the web apps that you build. The resource files in this framework also allow for easy customization of an application for multiple languages such that the app can be used across the globe.

Parallel development: the main components of MVC in ASP.NET are loosely coupled. Therefore, parallel development is possible whereby while one developer works on the view, another can work on the controller while yet another developer focuses on the business logic of development.

When to use ASP.NET

ASP.NET was created to help developers build websites, web apps, and web services. Some of the things that one can do with ASP.NET include:

  1. Building responsive websites and web apps for mobile as well as native mobile apps
  2. Building websites and web apps with CSS, HTML, and JavaScript
  3. Building web APIs
  4. Building enterprise-level software

ASP.NET @ Infogion

We are the bridge to highly-experienced ASP.NET developers

Infogion has partnered with some of the world’s leading ASP.NET programmers who will help you design, develop, implement or modify software apps and components in the ASP.NET framework. These well-rounded developers will work as per your pre-established guidelines and specifications to develop and later support the products they create.

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