Great coding language for server-side processing
July 06, 2021

Great coding language for server-side processing

Rama Davis | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with .NET

We use .Net for many purposes for both our clients and our own purposes. Generally, we are hosting the .Net applications in AWS or MS Azure virtual servers or web apps. At times we have written .Net code for our clients and deployed it to their own server, to get behind their firewall and access their data. Most of the time we deploy it to our own servers and host it on behalf of our clients. Some of the projects are for custom data integrations or ETL, others are for a custom web portal or UI to work in conjunction with different databases.
  • Compiles the code so users cannot see the source code, and we can keep our IP protected.
  • Works well with JavaScript, CSS, HTML, and other code languages.
  • Can be hosted on powerful servers and process very large data sets
  • It could use more responsive UI components, to allow UI components to work well on multiple device types with different resolution.
  • Server-side data processing for small to large data sets
  • Scheduling to run in the back end, on a specific time interval
  • Complex UI web portals or other web pages
  • Connection to back end databases
  • .NET has allowed us to handle many projects for our clients, over the years.

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For code handling large data sets.
When server-side code is needed to process data that cannot be processed client side.
When scheduling code to run in the back end, on a custom time interval.