Great framework if you have the tools to implement
July 29, 2022

Great framework if you have the tools to implement

Henrique Tedeschi | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with .NET

We use .NET as our main framework for back-end development. We use it to develop APIs and other things related to it. We have many different tools that all the portfolio companies use, and maintaining all of them is hard when they're not in the same scope or platform. We use .NET and its powerful tools in enterprise-level of development because it gives us the tools and direction needed to work with robust back-end solutions. With .NET Core, we can deploy in Linux environments and save in hosting. Really robust tool, solves our back-end problems.
  • Multi-threading.
  • Robust development.
  • Linq.
  • Object oriented development.
  • Garbage collection.
  • It's not lightweight.
  • Needs special tools to execute.
  • Quick deprecation of older versions.
  • Multi-threading.
  • Entity framework.
  • Multi-platform.
  • Lots of developers to work.
  • Expensive hosting.
  • Troublesome implementation.

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.NET is very strong with any calculation heavy, communications over the wire, and back-end solutions, such as microservices or API development. We can quickly implement an API with secure authentication methods in just a few minutes. We can quickly implement multiple instances of the deployed application having a lot more strength and capacity. Unfortunately, .NET is not the strongest in the front-end development on the web, but with its strong MVC model, you can still develop a great tool using all .NET.