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Lesson 1:Dot Net Introduction

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Dot Net Introduction:

The .NET platform is an integral component of the Microsoft Windows operating system for building and running next generation software applications and Web services. The .NET development framework provides a new and simplified model for programming and deploying applications on the Windows platform. It provides such advantages as multiplatform applications, automatic resource management, and simplification of application deployment. As security is an essential part of .NET, it provides security support, such as code authenticity check, resources access authorizations, declarative and imperative security, and cryptographic security methods for embedding into the user’s application.

What is the use of Visual Studio?

Microsoft Visual Studio is an integrated development environment (IDE) from Microsoft. It is used to develop computer programs for Microsoft Windows, as well as web sites, web applications and web services.

 

Microsoft started development on the .NET Framework in the late 1990s originally under the name of Next Generation Windows Services (NGWS). By late 2000 the first beta versions of .NET 1.0 were released.

The Main Heart for Visual Studio is FrameWork.

Supported languages:

Visual Studio Studio have following built in languages

  • C
  • Visual C++.Net
  • Visual C#.Net
  • Visual basic.Net
  • F#
  • J#
  • J Script
  • Windows Power Shell

It also Supports

  • XML
  • HTML
  • Java Script
  • CSS

Alternative Languages

We can Use Some Third Party Languages in Visual Studio.Microsoft partners with many companies to bring their languages to the .NET Platform. In addition to the languages provided by Microsoft, there are many alternative languages that target the .NET Platform, including:

  • COBOL for Microsoft .NET.
  • Perl for Microsoft .NET.
  • Eiffel for Microsoft .NET.
  • Python for Microsoft .NET.
  • Pascal for Microsoft .NET.
  • Mercury for Microsoft .NET.
  • Mondrian for Microsoft .NET.
  • Oberon for Microsoft .NET.
  • Salford FTN95 (Fortran) for Microsoft .NET.
  • SmallTalk for Microsoft .NET.
  • Standard ML for Microsoft .NET.
  • Dyalog APL for Microsoft .NET.

We can create Following Applications by using Visual Studio

  • Console Applications
  • Class Library
  • Windows Forms Applications
  • Windows Control Library.
  • WPF Applications
  • Windows Services
  • Web Applications
  • Web Services
  • WCF
  • Web API
  • Mobile Applications
  • Ms Office Applications
  • Cloud Applications
  • Reporting Applications
  • SharePoint
  • Silver Light

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