Technology, as most of us put in, is a continuous process of evolution and not revolution. IT industry may seem quite disruptive and appears to be changing on the constant basis where tectonic technology shifts have been rare, Microsoft .Net continues to rise.
The .Net framework technology has been around since the 1990s. I am sure you must be wondering how technology that first was created then still can be relevant now. In 2015, according to the world economic forum, it was predicted that would be no longer the Internet of Things, but the Internet of Everything. With so much changing, what remains the same in the world of technology? No matter how things might change, but there are certain elements that will remain the same. And .Net technology is one of those old behemoths that has only continued to gain in relevance over time.
Cloud is the ultimate future, isn’t it! And in that case, the future is already here! Azure immediately appears to businesses that are mainly based on Microsoft’s platforms. But it turns out to be an incredible mix of .NET products on Azure that is incredibly attractive for businesses.
A future-focused and competitive CIO can immediately spot the effortless partnership that .NET has with Azure. For example, handling tasks asynchronously has been made simple as .NET has enhanced the VB and C# programming languages.
Earlier this March, at the Windows Developer Day event, Microsoft announced two editions of Windows 10 IoT, it said that it would help developers build applications for IoT connected devices in an easy and efficient manner.
As a result, interoperability not only becomes simpler to implement but also quite safer with software built on .Net. The Azure IoT suite’s set of open source SDKs, for instance, offers the flexibility of open source while offering incredible development speed along with advanced security features.
Previously, developers use to struggle a lot when they aimed to develop mobile apps based on .NET but today, the scenario is entirely different. .Net technology has become more and more versatile than ever. And developing a .Net-based mobile app is perfect for businesses wanting to reach a wide user base through a single device or looking to create rich user experiences.
For example, the Telerik UI can be incorporated easily with .NET allowing for must-have features like drag-and-drop facilitating an enhanced user experience.
Check out India’s Passport Seva website that is built using the .Net technology.
The site speaks about its near airtight security. When data security and cyber attacks are on the top of CIO’s minds everywhere, .NET continues to be a ‘comfort’ framework because of its high-end security features. In addition to this, MVC architecture has a SoC approach, which makes it infinitely easy to make scalable apps and integrate with your business’ existing applications safely.
Diversity and versatility are two enduring aspects of .NET that continues to make it extremely appealing to enterprises. And with high-performing frameworks like ASP.Net, MVC and Web API used in conjunction with database systems like SQL Server and Azure Document DB, .NET is a forceful suite for a wide range of industries from finance (mortgage solutions) to education (e-learning portals) to transportation (real-time transport updates).
Down below I would like to sum up the post by offering three primary reasons why businesses will continue to rely on a .NET development companies well into the future:
- Scalability and speed- It’s pretty hard to argue against the cost and time benefits of a website built on MVC architecture
- Security- E-commerce shopping cart solutions simply can’t survive if there are loopholes. Dot NET is critical in identifying and plugging those loopholes
- Consistency- NET technologies are optimized for multiple platforms. With .NET, businesses can access a consistent programming model that still manages to keep up with today’s advances.