It is hard to find a programming language which is organized, reliable and support oriented. ASP.NET Programming has all characteristics and something more than that. Today’s web is shifting towards more and more opensource and there is a downgrade observed in terms of software quality as well as its security. Therefore, need of rock solid programming is persisting among the developer community. ASP.NET fulfills all requirements of high quality programming and solid security.
It gives guarantee for the investment of the companies and robust development of their needs. ASP.NET raises the hopes of bullet proof programming, for which companies are ready to pay extra cost. ASP.NET Programming is one of those sound development tools that comes with a thorough customer support center, in the sense that bought software can be replace or tweaked in any ways company prefers. For example, customized version of financial management are available on the spot, as officials from the providing company are authorized and ready to supply all needed assistance.
ASP.NET platforms offer programmers access to complete and updated database, with thorough documentation, a lot of innovative and useful features for dynamic web pages and applications. The .NET framework is object oriented programming built, offering enhanced code management and producing faster web applications using an optimized and compiled code.
ASP.NET supports 25 coding languages like c++, c#, Jscript and Visual basic.NET so developer have easier time to take benefits of those languages still persists on one platform i.e. .NET framework. There is Visual studio .NET IDE, which combines powerful tools for databases, web design, debugging and lots of other activities that save time of developers to focus on programming only and don’t waste time for third party plug-ins.
Dot NET framework version 4 has some distinguished characteristics like it has Parallel Extensions to improve support for parallel computing, new visual basic .NET and C# language features, full support for IronPython, IronRuby, and F#, Support for a subset of the .NET Framework, Support for Code Contracts, Inclusion of the Oslo modeling platform, along with the M programming language, Inclusion of new types to work with arbitrary-precision arithmetic, etc.