.NET Development Services Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
Dexter Baur-Schmidt says in a Microsoft Visual Studio review
Software Development Quality Assurance Manager at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
The feature I find most valuable is the fact that it's broad-spectrum, so it can be used for a wide variety of technologies. We are predominately .NET based and we use mostly .NET Core or .NET Framework so I can call in any immediate packages. View full review »
Softwreng67 says in a Microsoft Visual Studio review
Software Engineer with 51-200 employees
The most valuable feature is the integration with different databases. There are many different databases that it supports. View full review »
Robert Cattral says in a Microsoft Visual Studio review
User
Support for many languages and cross-platform development makes it highly versatile. View full review »
MichaelSoliman says in a SharePoint Designer review
Owner at Alopex ONE UG
The most valuable feature is the capability to directly access the SharePoint data structure. It is a tool that is similar to a registry editor, but specific to SharePoint. View full review »
Rod Alfaro says in a SharePoint Designer review
Corporate Website Manager, Manager of Technical Documentation at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The workflow is the solution's most valuable feature. View full review »
reviewer1049502 says in a SharePoint Designer review
Owner with 51-200 employees
The basic functionality the solution makes it easy to share documents or information with the team. View full review »
reviewer1206978 says in a SharePoint Designer review
SharePoint Developer
The most valuable feature is the development. View full review »
AhmedElzeny says in a SharePoint Designer review
Technical Director at wbn
The document filing system is the solution's most valuable feature. We have used SharePoint as an option for a document managed system, like Documentum and IBM Filenet. View full review »
ObaidaAqel says in a SharePoint Designer review
SharePoint Developer at Zak solutions
The most valuable feature is the capability of creating HTML pages, with CSS code. For example, most of the time I mirror in the web area, which means that I need to create an HTML file. Inside this HTML file I will write my web VBI. Other valuable features are the ability able to update the master file, and creating the workflow. View full review »
Rezkelah Ibrahim says in a SharePoint Designer review
Consultant at a comms service provider with 201-500 employees
The solution's best feature is designing workflow processing. It's easy to change and collate workflows. View full review »
reviewer787041 says in a SharePoint Designer review
Technical Coordinator at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
The previous version of the solution was good as we had different views of both the design and the code. The new version doesn't have the option to view data but it has other, better features though. View full review »
reviewer907167 says in a SharePoint Designer review
Cloud Solution Architect at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
The feature I find most valuable, is the workflow of the product. I have used it in the past to design different teller sellers, automating the business process using the workflows. View full review »
reviewer1134081 says in a SharePoint Designer review
Business Solutions Architect at a real estate/law firm with 501-1,000 employees
The most valuable part of the solution is its ability to allow for a high degree of customization. View full review »
Manish_Kumar says in a SharePoint Designer review
Solution Architect at Al
We actually don't use Designer much in the latest version of SharePoint, since we can use any other designer in the new SharePoint architecture. Previously, however, we used SharePoint Designer 2013 widely for data mining, exploring the content, and editing. Those are the main features that you would need to use SharePoint Designer for. View full review »
reviewer879861 says in a SharePoint Designer review
Solutions Manager - Collaborative Platform at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
The workflow is the solution's most valuable feature. View full review »
Ghislaine-Resplandy says in a SharePoint Designer review
Consultant at a healthcare company with 501-1,000 employees
The most valuable aspects of the solution are the user-friendly interface and easy creation of workflow. View full review »
TOPEAJAYI says in a SharePoint Designer review
Senior Consultant at SPEEDNET LIMTED
What I like most about this solution, is that we can use it as a secondary customization platform. We do customization and make a web SharePoint live for our clients. View full review »
Devuser678 says in a Microsoft Visual Studio review
Developer at a tech services company
I really like the distributed software programming on the Windows platform and also we need to develop on this platform since the company's computers work with the Windows network. I like that I don't need any additional software to develop on this platform. View full review »
Isabella Blankenship says in an Adobe Flash review
Blogger with self employed
The Flash player has many valuable features, such as the Stage 3D, Concurrency, and Content protection. These three are amazing and valuable features, especially if you are building a game. With the Stage 3D, you can build stunning 2D and 3D games. Concurrency helps you create high-performance, more responsive games, and content. Content protection helps deliver protected premium video content. View full review »
OnyaToochukwu says in a Microsoft Visual Studio review
CEO/Programmer at Tech Elight
The language syntax is great because it is similar to the human language, very easy to understand and to work with. View full review »
Bhupesh Sharma says in an ASP.NET review
System Analyst at a tech vendor with 501-1,000 employees
Below are the coolest features of ASP.NET which I found valuable: * Cross-platform and container support * High performance * Asynchronous programming via async/await * Unified MVC and Web API frameworks * Multiple environment and development mode * Dependency Injection * WebSockets and SignalR * Cross-site request forgery protection * Self-hosted web applications * Action filters * Globalization and localization * Profiler View full review »
Cengiz Yalcin says in a Microsoft Visual Studio review
IT Global Operations Manager at a Consumer Goods with 5,001-10,000 employees
It's a universal solution. I like that I can easily find software developers for it. I can easily find staff on Microsoft forums. Also, we have other components that are running on top of Visual Studio. I like that it is open to other platforms. Finally, there are many many resources for Microsoft Visual Studio and I can easily find support. There is a large knowledge base for it as well. View full review »
marketacumen says in a Zend Studio review
President at a tech consulting company with 1-10 employees
It has the ability to jump to any file in your project with a few keystrokes, as well as the ability to command-click on any token in your code and have it jump to the token's definition. In addition, the code completion is invaluable, and so are the code templates. Most of these are part of Eclipse (which Zend Studio is based on) but the add-on PHP functionality is great. It is the main thing which sets it apart. View full review »
reviewer829596 says in a Microsoft Visual Studio review
User at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Personally, in my job as a developer, the version control system has been very helpful. It is also flexible enough to let me use Git as well as its own version control mechanism. View full review »
Ali Alnakeeb says in a Microsoft Visual Studio review
Director Research Development with 1,001-5,000 employees
* Code navigation by symbols * Document auto formatting * Testing tools * Publishing tools * Performance testing * Reference usage View full review »
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