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Microsoft ASP.NET is a powerful web application platform based on the Microsoft .NET Framework. From a business perspective, the .NET technology provides the capability to quickly build, deploy, manage, and use connected, security-enhanced solutions and systems. Microsoft's .NET framework, along with C#, allows architects, analysts and developers to spend more time and effort focusing on their client's business issues and less time wrestling with the limitations of the technology itself.
In all of our Microsoft .NET projects we try to explore what our clients' exact needs are, and do our best to make them achieve their goals using our ASP.NET web solutions and expertise. Contact one of our specialists in order to discuss your .NET prospects.
ASP.NET is the next wave of Web Development.The platform allows Ecom Solutions to use full featured programming languages such as C# or VB.NET to build Web Applications easily. Below, we will go over some of the properties of .NET, its advantages, and the features utilized by our .NET Team when working on the Microsoft Platform.
ASP.NET brings true OOP (Object Oriented Programming) to the Internet.
Object Oriented Programming makes it possible to build very large Applications, while still managing to keep your code clean and structured. With ASP.NET, Ecom Solutions can do the same thing on the Web. Traditional ASP uses HTML and VBScript or Jscript to process and render pages, but because VBScript is a scripting language, developers were forced to write spaghetti code. ASP.NET separates code from display, and you can have pages without ASP.NET code in them. C# was also built by Microsoft as part of the ASP.NET initiative. By adding references in HTML , our Developers can tell ASP.NET where to create objects, while in the code, we can manipulate what these controls look like, what they display, or their size.
Another great feature of ASP.NET is Web Services. Web Services are a software system designed to support interoperable machine-to-machine interaction over a network. Web services are frequently just Internet application programming interfaces (APIs) that can be accessed over a network, such as the Internet, and executed on a remote system hosting the requested services. Web services can be used by our Team for many purposes: news, currency exchange, login verification, and nonetheless for synchronizing data with our client's fulfillment house.
ASP.NET makes it simple to use XML for data storage, configuration and manipulatio. XML works very well with storing information that rarely changes, because you can just cache that information in the computers memory after it has been initially extracted.
ASP.NET features extensive class libraries built by Microsoft. Because the class library is very big, it encloses a large number of common functions very useful for our Development Team
In ASP.NET, you don't write any code to display the data: you just write the code to bind the data to an object called a DataGrid (which can be done in just a couple of lines). Then, you just have to create a reference on your page to where that DataGrid should go. The DataGrid will be rendered as a table, and will contain all of the data extracted from the database.
Microsoft has created an amazingly well designed MSDN library for ASP.NET and all of the other .NET languages. It includes a full class library containing information and examples on every class, function, method, and property accessible through ASP.NET.
One of the concepts of the .NET platform was to allow Developers to write an ASP.NET Application using multiple programming languages. As long as every ASP.NET page contains only one programming language, you can intertwine different pages using different languages and they will work together seamlessly. You can therefore have a team of Developers that is split between programmers in C#, and VB.NET, while you need not worry about language incompatibility.
C# Advantage - simple and object oriented
C# was intended by Microsoft to be a part of the ASP.NET framework. C# is suitable for writing applications for both hosted and embedded systems, ranging from the very large that use sophisticated operating systems, down to the very small, having dedicated functions. C# is one of the programming languages designed for the Common Language Infrastructure.