Microsoft .NET Framework Valuable Features

Alireza-Nikseresht
CEO at Shiraz University
For us, direct integration with Microsoft Windows is probably the most valuable feature. View full review »
AndreasSemousu
Project Delivery Manager at Skhomo Technologies
Cross-platform development is better than all of the other frameworks. When it comes to the user interface, the context is better than other tools because it is easier to use. You can still use C# in the developer infrastructure, which makes it far better and you don't have to learn a new language. For me, the cost is what is most important. We have an agreement with Microsoft to co-sell some of the applications. When we started developing using the Microsoft Framework, it went well because we started making more money than the cost to Microsoft. We don't have this agreement with Red Hat or JBoss. One thing that I like is that from the usability point of view, nothing has changed all that much. We use Visual Studio and if you compare the older version of Visual Studio from 2013 to the 2019 edition, the scale is still there. You're not moving to a different environment and you are still able to find your way around very quickly. With the new features, we are still able to feel those out within a short period. For the mobile application, I like the iOS interface. Android is a little different from what you have on iOS, but the iOS package includes the same thing. View full review »
Ashish-Kamat
Senior Manager at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The .NET framework is a mature platform that is very helpful and saves time during the software development process. The IDE is quite helpful. There is a lot of very extensive documentation available. View full review »
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YasirMehmood
Software Engineer at a mining and metals company with 10,001+ employees
As we are a software company, we find that accessing resources using this technology is easier compared to the others. View full review »
technica232923
Principle System Developer at a healthcare company with 51-200 employees
The most valuable features for us are web frameworks like MVC, Web API, and WCS. View full review »
reviewer964722
Business Transformation and Automation Manager at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
The ability to incorporate the customers is the solution's most valuable aspect. View full review »
it_user264498
System Analyst at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
* Business Process Manager (BPM) * Business Rules Engine (BRM) * Document Management System (DMS) * Automatic Release Deployment via PowerShell and Octopus * Integration Hub serving as Enterprise Service Bus * Metadata (i.e. compose database tables/columns, XML nodes; file data into placeholders so they can be placed in BPM, BRM, DMS) View full review »
AbdulshukoorMohammed
General Manager Information Technology & Enterprise Applications Manager at OXFORD HOLDING
The most valuable feature is the financial accounting. View full review »
Andrew McFall III
Software Engineer at a tech company
The addition of generics to handle common functionality across types, and the more recent upgrade of the dataset to the Entity Framework, has cut development time drastically, while increasing quality and confidence between builds. Finally, the test framework allows for increased velocity. Most recently, the updates tot he Entity Framework, and the addition of the ability to work with mobile applications have also been huge additions View full review »
Mohamed Abdel Rhman
R&D Supervisor at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The most valuable features are the Domain Controller and the WBFS Manager. The integration services allow us to connect to resources like Oracle. View full review »
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