.NET Framework Development History
.NET Framework Development is only done on the Microsoft Windows operating system as Microsoft has kept this product to work as a package for its operating system. There is a huge library in this framework and compatibility with several different programming languages, this aid in interoperability of languages. The programs that have been written for this kind of framework execute in a software based environment instead of hardware environment and are known as CLR, which is an application virtual machine which gives several important services like security, memory management as well as exception handling. The basic constituents of the .NET Framework are the libraries and the CLR.
The .NET Framework Development Base Class Library can give user interface, data access, web app development, network communication, database connectivity and some other things as well. The programmers construct the software with the combination of own source code along the .NET Framework and other libraries too. The .NET Framework Development is basically intended for use by the latest apps that are made for the Windows Platforms. Microsoft is also the maker of a very famous IDE for the .NET software which is known as Visual Studio.
Microsoft .NET Framework Development started in the end of the 1990s and the concept kept in mind was the Next Generation Windows Services, in the end of 2000 the very first beta version had been released and became a success. The version 3.0 of the .NET Framework is a part of the Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista. The version 3.5 is in the Windows 7 and may also be installed and run in the Windows XP as well as the 2003. Windows Server family .NET Framework Development is being done on a wide span and the people that have the skills to create apps on this platform are being paid really well.
Article publié pour la première fois le 30/09/2011