C#.Net – VB.Net
ASP dot NET is used to design dynamic web applications or web apps. It was developed by Microsoft as an open-source server-side framework to give software engineers a platform that can serve up custom content to the end user. ASP.net Version 1.0 was first released in 2002 and is Microsoft’s successor to Active Server Pages (ASP) technology. ASP net is built on the Common Language Runtime, which means that a software designer can use any supported .NET programming language for development.
The newest version of ASP . Net known as ASP.NET Core is a modular web framework that is a re-implementation of ASP.NET. It is a cross platform framework that works with other frameworks like ASP.NET MVC, Entity Framework, ASP.NET Web API and ASP.NET Web Pages (ASP Razor). ASP.NET MVC 6 will unify all of these modular components into one all encompassing package.
While the technical details are all well and good, it is important to recognize how a custom ASP.NET software package can benefit your business. Our development platform (which includes ASP.NET) allows us to create a custom program that can fit your specific needs. This platform has a plethora of technical advantages, but also contains aspects that directly effect the end-user. One of the best benefits to using a web application designed using ASP.net is that the users access the application through a web browser. If you can log into your bank account or favorite social network then you can log into your custom program, safely and securely. It is a user experience that everyone is already familiar with. An additional advantage of a web app programmed with ASP.net is that updates to the software are automatically rolled out during off-peak hours. Meaning that you never have to sit and wait while the program updates. You are always using the latest version.
We’ve developed a security system for our development platform that plays off of the strengths of Microsoft .NET, Microsoft Windows and Microsoft SQL Server. ASP.NET allows for the use of a trusted connection, meaning that the user that is logged into the computer is the same user that is accessing the program. That means that if you are authenticated with Windows, then you are authenticated with the custom application. This connection extends all the way to the database where we have strict permissions on which users are allowed to edit what data. We also then keep a detailed audit trail of each data transaction with which user made the change and when it was committed.