Microsoft .NET Framework Primary Use Case

Alireza-Nikseresht
CEO at Shiraz University
Our primary use is to be able to build solutions more quickly and easily that has good flexibility. When you want to build a product, you have to have faith in the nature of its functionality and know you can write your code to run on their core. Another solution is to write software code to run on top of the framework. Microsoft .NET Framework is a very good infrastructure and we program over that. It handles many tasks for us and it helps us to write our programs very fast and very efficiently. Although it is like a virtual machine, it is still fast — or faster — and it is efficient. Compared to Java Virtual Machine (JVM), I prefer to use the Microsoft .NET Framework because it is built specifically to work with Microsoft Windows. I have grown to trust Microsoft over a long time and we can easily write programs in familiar languages to work with Windows over the Microsoft .NET Framework. View full review »
it_user264498
System Analyst at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have multiple in-house leasing and financing products (Contract Management System, Point of Sale, Credit Acceptance Management, Field Force Agent, Document Tracking) developed on .NET framework 4.5.2 with WPF, Silverlight, WCF and WWF technologies. We use smart client applications for client-side and Business Process Manager (i.e. based on WWF) for orchestration of business processes. We also have proprietary Task Assignment Workflow which is highly configurable based on business rules. Our clients can create custom business rules with the help of the data dictionary shared with them. View full review »
Andrew McFall III
Software Engineer at a tech company
The .NET Framework is the foundation for software design and development. This is the context that I use it in, and the perspective that I view the discussion about it. View full review »
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