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Pritesh Patel | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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  • Community versions of Visual Studio for ASP.NET and MSSQL Server Express as database are free. However, the fees of the advanced database systems required for comprehensive projects are quite high (MSSQL Server Standard, Enterprise etc.).
  • NET is a framework (framework) where .NET language is used to develop web applications. It uses C # language and requires advanced coding knowledge to learn.
  • For hosting of Code generated by ASP. Net can be hosted on IIS only.
  • Net is just like plug and play, we have to focus on a logic of code rest part can be handled by ASP. Net framework.
  • It's a best for only web development.
  • One downside with ASP.NET is its reliance on the .NET framework.
September 16, 2021

ASP.NET Review

Score 10 out of 10
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  • You can code faster with ASP.NET.
  • Blazor introduction is a nice feature to develop FE logic in C#.
  • It is [an] enterprise product that comes with [a] visual studio and a lot of other enterprise libraries.
  • Now it is open source.
  • Deprecation of web forms was not a good idea, creating modern web forms with latest tech for the drag and drop UI is a feature that we expect from ASP.NET.
  • Identity provider should be elaborated on more without the user extension.
  • .NET core needs to able to use Windows APIs.
Score 6 out of 10
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  • Allows for rapid application development
  • A very solid and well-defined foundation and programming model
  • Fairly performant
  • Templating with razor is excellent
  • MVC was a huge step forward in its day
  • WebForms is absolutely awful (in my opinion it is an abomination), it tries to hide the nature of the web from the programmer to make things easier, but it actually makes it much much worse and much more complicated than if it hadn't hidden it.
  • In my experience it can get unnecessarily complicated quickly - as you move towards the boundaries of what ASP.NET can do, as you will on any fairly complicated project, you realise you suddenly have to hook in to undocumented or obtusely documented functionality, and you will need to put in little bits of code you found on stack trace but you aren't sure why - because Microsoft tried to hide something from the programmer but you end up having to customise it anyway. This builds and builds.
  • NET can be really really slow when running under IIS, for some reason the app pool is constantly shutdown due to idle, but when the next person hits a page - it takes, in computational terms, so long for the pool to start up - causing embarrassing delays.
  • It is somewhat boring now and doesn't really stand up to modern simple alternatives, like Express on NodeJS.
Score 8 out of 10
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  • Asp.NET when integrated with CSS, Java script can give very good UI
  • It offers faster and safer working environment
  • Best for all of our webapplications projects
  • It uses more web servers which eventually costs more
  • It's bit heavy as a tool, tough to manage on low ram systems
  • Not a good tool if you are a front end developer
Score 8 out of 10
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  • Build great backend APIs
  • Connect to other systems
  • Works great with other Microsoft technologies
  • Development of ASP.NET goes so quickly that it sometimes is hard to keep up
  • Documentation could have some more real world examples
  • Cross platform support was not so good but is getting much better
July 30, 2021

ASP.NET Review

Score 9 out of 10
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  • Inbuilt both Web UI and Web Aps.
  • Its having very rich libraries to build different applications like MVC core, API, VB.net.
  • Build in to use different platform and opensource like Windows, MAC and Linux
  • It provides cloud ready environment.
  • Application takes time to load project that should get improved.
Viral Patel | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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  • Net is the easiest tool for developing web application.
  • Validators , web configurations ,security simplified by making it as declarative.
  • Huge improvement is possible with the roundtrips. The way React framework works.
  • Payload needs to be optimized. It should be light weight.
Kyle Kochtan | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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  • NET is very good at "write once, use often."
  • Performance is excellent.
  • Security is rock solid.
  • Support is always there from MS.
  • Older versions of ASP.NET have issues needing to be upgraded.
  • There are version conflicts in older versions.
  • Third party integration can sometimes take extra work.
Mithila Samarasinghe | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 1 out of 10
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  • I am not happy with services at all.
  • Help desk consultants are not experienced solution providers, I have experienced that they even are not competent to solve very basic issues which is very evident in my help desk query list.
Sean Patterson | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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  • Flexible
  • Extendable
  • Feature rich
  • Starting a new ASP.Net project can sometimes seem daunting to get all the initial libraries in place unless you use a predefined scaffold. This is getting better.
  • You are tied to the Microsoft/Azure platforms for deployment of ASP.Net applications. However, Net Core helps alleviate this.
  • Language choices (VB, C#, F#, C++) can seem a little daunting at times.
Sagiv Frankel | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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  • C# is a great language and .NET has a lot of powerful functionality like LINQ.
  • Easy to integrate with SQL server and other Microsoft solutions (Entity Framework is great).
  • Microsoft tools - get the latest updates and support. They usually have great offerings for early stage startups.
  • Single page applications are much easier on a plain Javascript Stack-like client side frameworks or NodeJS.
  • Heavily dependent on visual-studio and the Microsoft Stack.
  • Still lacking in the ease of getting started and quickly deploying things.
  • Hard to find good developers that don't have a bias for ASP.NET.
December 21, 2017

Super Fast Development

Milan Shah | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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  • Great Community support
  • Amazing development environment and ecosystem including debugging
  • Easy deployments
  • Easy to find resources with this skillset
  • Single page applications are still difficult to develop
  • Cost can be a possible issue
  • Not enough tools for SEO and ADA requirements
December 21, 2017

ASP.Net

Ali Abu Fkhideh | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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  • Net is built over a very solid framework, that for sure developers can depend on, and through the years it evolved very well to serve the market and developers need, with the different versions and design patterns it has you will always be able to do all the stuff needed with minimum efforts
  • One of the most strengths ASP.NET has is that it is a Microsoft product, and like all other products of Microsoft you will always get the latest updates and fixes for free, very strong support, and a lot of resources
  • The JavaScript intellisense, and formatting especially when using inline server side code
  • The cascading style sheet intellisense
Rich Mephan | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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  • Templating engine - ASP.NET Razor markup allows an easy way to embed server-based code into web pages, and the powerful build in helper methods allow complex functionality to be included with a single line of code.
  • Extensibility - ASP.NET can take advantage of the massive amount of third-party components and extensibility provided by the .NET Framework and related infrastructure. For instance, NuGet.org provides thousands of components that can be used and incorporated into ASP.NET applications.
  • NET is tied to Windows and IIS. However the future of ASP.NET is ASP.NET Core, which is the reimagining of ASP.NET in a platform independent manner.
Filip Grasheski | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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  • Utilizes .NET framework and familiar languages such as C# which makes it very easy to learn.
  • Native support for MVC via ootb templates.
  • Web API 2 allows very easy creation of RESTful Web Services.
  • It can get pricey in order to use the full feature set of VS enterprise (free community edition available).
  • Potentially harder implementation of web applications when not using the native MS technologies such as IIS.
Christopher Belanger | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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  • .NET runs well in a variety of Windows environments.
  • It integrates seamlessly with other Microsoft product (SQL Server, Azure, etc).
  • The documentation for much of the MSDN could be improved. That said, they have done a much better job with .NET Core.
Ashwini Chandorkar | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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  • Collaboration with AJAX controls - There are ample of AJAX controls available that come with fascinating functionalities.
  • Built-in Windows authentication - It comes with built-in Windows authentication that can be configured as per your requirements.
  • Simplicity - It provides simplicity as ASP.NET makes it easy to perform common tasks, from simple form submission and client authentication to deployment and site configuration.
  • The biggest disadvantage with ASP.net is its cost. However, there are other similar technologies like PHP that are available in the market with nominal cost or for the matter at no cost.
  • Its tight coupling with IIS server is another disadvantage. There are no other choices in server selection.
  • It is widely known that IIS and Windows have a documented history of bugs and vulnerabilities in the programs. That is a security [threat].
Score 9 out of 10
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  • It integrates well with the Windows platform, and with .net core, it has become more open and supported by many other platforms.
  • We use the micro-service architecture for all our new projects. it's fast, can be deployed easily and it's more secure.
  • Easy to learn, and there is plenty of help online.
  • Some of the cons are outdated now with the latest core versions.
  • It can be a bit heavy.
arlen navasartian | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 6 out of 10
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  • It drastically reduces the amount of code required to build large applications.
  • Easy to learn.
  • Many third party libraries are available.
  • The main disadvantage is cost. Windows server licenses, SQL Server licenses, Visual Studio licenses, etc., are all costly compared to open source alternatives.
  • Complicated page lfe cycle.
  • Limited control over HTML.
March 04, 2019

Making use of ASP.NET

Score 9 out of 10
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  • NET is built into Windows server environment and so it requires less setup and configuration than other web development platforms.
  • NET is easy to update and maintain, making it low cost and highly efficient.
  • Since ASP.NET is very popular among developers, it makes online resources and skilled developers easy to find.
  • When an ASP.NET application is initially compiled, it takes a little bit of time.
  • It takes some time to understand to ASP.NET application is divided into different application parts.
  • It might be difficult to convert older applications into ASP.net framework.

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