.NET Outsourcing Development Service Overview
1. The good features of the .NET framework
1.1. Providing the best environment for programming
The framework provides a consistent environment for object-oriented programming that works in the same way. Whether the code is hosted and executed locally, hosted and executed remotely, or stored and executed locally on the network, it provides an environment for code execution that significantly eliminates software deployment and version conflicts.
With enhanced validation and secure code execution, the program is configured with multiple levels of security to increase user confidence.
1.2. Simplify the experience for both users and software developers
A wide range of widely used programs and applications, such as web and mobile apps on Windows, provides software developers with a consistent approach to helping users deliver a comfortable and easy experience.
In addition, the .NET framework allows you to standardize the coding of Windows software and easily integrate components and code created by other developers.
1.3. Developed with the latest .NET technology
You can use .NET to increase the productivity of your programming projects. The .NET framework is easy to use on Windows, especially for cross-platform or cross-language compatible applications.
Approaching the latest .NET technology offers many benefits to programmers. You can improve your project productivity and reuse it from your class library. In addition, it is designed to integrate with the runtime being used. This saves a lot of time and frees developers from the usual pressures and risks of software programming.
The .NET framework is easy to use for all Windows applications, especially cross-platform or cross-language compatibility.
Incorporating .NET technology helps reduce development costs, improve application accuracy, and build more valuable systems.
We have a lot of development results based on Microsoft products such as .NET, such as contract management of major convenience store chains, import/export business applications using our own form framework by Excel.
2. Overview of .NET 5
2.1. Why is .NET 5 chosen?
The Microsoft development team explains that 2 .NET platforms (.NET Core and .NET Framework) are now running in parallel on the desktop. However, in the future, we may sync these platforms.
Number 5 has been added to ensure that this is neither a newly built platform nor a platform developed from an existing platform. .NET starts with version number 5 and releases a new version of .NET every year according to Microsoft's plans.
2.2. Technologies not available in the latest .NET 5 version
2.2.1. ASP.NET Web Form
ASP.NET Webform is a technology that is not recommended for use with the current .NET Framework. WebForms will not exist on the .NET 5 platform in the future either.
Microsoft is currently encouraging web developers to switch to Blazor, a technology for developing SPA web applications using Web Assembly and C#. (Instead of Java Script)
2.2.2. WCF (Windows Communication Foundation)
WCF is one of the oldest technologies in the .NET framework. In recent years, WCF has gradually lost its support and is gradually being replaced by the ASP.NET Web API. Because these new technologies are more efficient at work. That's also why WCF isn't available in .NET 5.
2.2.3. WF (Workflow Foundation)
WF is typically used in enterprises to handle complex and unstable processes. Therefore, WF cannot be included in .NET Core.
2.3 Technology ported to .NET 5
Desktop Application Development Technology Group (including Winforms, WPF, UWP). These have been taken over by .NET 5 to support Windows desktop applications.
As a result, Windows Forms technology is no longer commonly used in new projects. However, when ported to the .NET 5 platform, it can be an existing application to a new platform.
Migrating technology from Windows desktop to .NET 5 does not mean changing the architecture of .NET Core. It still remains a cross-platform framework.
When running on the .NET 5 platform, the desktop takes advantage of Code Runtime and API performance, as well as flexibility in application and software design.
2.4. Alternatives to currently popular technologies
The following are new technologies that replace the currently popular technologies.
- EFCore: EntityFrameworkCore replaces .NET Core's EF6.
- ASP.NET Core: ASP.NET has been replaced by ASP.NET Core.
- ASP.NET Core MVC: ASP.NET Core MVC integrates ASP .NET MVC with Web API.
- MSIX: A new Microsoft packaging tool that replaces the old MSI package installer for Desktop applications.
- JsonDocument: The document library for the System.Text.Json.JsonDocument API replaces JSON.NET. It's 2-3 times faster than the old JSON.NET.
3. Hachinet Software's .NET development service
Hachinet constantly updates the latest technology and supports and provides the latest services that meet the needs of our customers.
- Application development
- Customized .NET development
- .NET migration service
- Website development
- Visual Basic
Providing solutions for .NET is our primary concern. By incorporating .NET technology, we will reduce prices, improve accuracy, and build an information management system that is easy for customers to use. Therefore, customers are free to choose the service that suits their needs.
If you are considering offshore development, please feel free to contact us.
※Here is our contact information.
Account Manager: Quan (Japanese/English available)
Phone number: (+84) 2462 900 388
Please feel free to contact us for consultation/application by phone.