Overall Satisfaction with ASP.NET
- It's easy to install and configure, and it supports dependency injection.
- Code configuration is simple, and performance measures are excellent.
- It is cross-platform, expandable, and customizable.
- Making web forms obsolete was a mistake; instead, creating modern web forms that use the drag and drop UI is something we have come to expect from ASP.NET.
- It takes a long time for the NET collection to start up when running under IIS for some reason.
- It's small and straightforward to set up and manage.
- Configurable or built-in, dependency injection is an option.
- Support for multiple operating systems and the.NET Framework.
- It enabled us to develop APIs to meet our business needs rapidly and is easy to use, and Microsoft provides frameworks for large-scale development.
- An ASP.NET application hosted our angular apps was the basis of our initial portal system. It allowed us to create prototypes for new project ideas rapidly.
It’s possible to do the same thing with Apache, Nodejs, and so on. ASP.NET is easier to learn than other programs on their own, making it more accessible. Deploying and maintaining the application is a lot easier once you’ve completed the installation process. With each passing year, ASP.NET has been improving and expanding its compatibility.
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Would you buy ASP.NET again?
We use ASP.NET, one of our primary programming languages, on every one of our web development projects. ASP.NET allows us to do everything, including front-end programming and business logic. It supports a variety of programming languages, including C-sharp. VB.NET, F.sharp, and others. Also, it integrates with third-party applications. An all-in-one, we can link our application to a database as a case in point. Individual developers attempting to create an app should avoid it if possible. Compared to other web servers, ASP.NET is more resource-intensive and expensive for small businesses. Constant framework updates and tool compatibility were not features that appealed to me.