.NET Framework V1.0
Version: 1.1 SP1 Filesize: 10.2MB
- In English
Through the eyes of a developer, the .NET framework is the backbone behind every application developed for mobile platforms, windows apps, and web services designed using the .NET Framework. These tools aid in the development and support of mobile device development with ASP.NET Mobile controls (previously known as Microsoft mobile development toolkit).
.NET framework is intended to provide a code-execution environment for removing the performance issues of scripted or interpreted environments and promoting the safe execution of codes even created by the third parties and unknown. It is also a set of instructions that comes with preloaded libraries (user interface, network connectivity, data access, and more) that can merge into several programming languages of various apps that can take effect and can be executed inside a common application virtual machine that oversees and manage common features such as exception handling, memory management, security and more. This combination between common language runtime and class libraries is what we know as .NET Framework.
.NET Framework 1.1 provides stability scalability and performance using the integrated codes based on the .NET Framework for a wide variety of apps ranging from Mobile, Web, and Windows-based apps. Read on more to know what else .NET Framework 1.1 has and how does it help in running applications based on the coding done from it.
How does it work?
Putting it simply .NET Framework contains common language runtime (CLR) as well as the .NET Framework class library. More precisely think of the runtime as the main lifeline that plays an important role in managing code at execution time and at the same time providing primary services such as memory management, remoting, and thread management. Taking all that into consideration it also executes strict type safety and other forms of code accuracy that strengthen security and optimizations.
The runtime also paves way for the developer's productivity. The reason being developers make full use of the class libraries, runtime, and components compiled by other developers in different languages. Improving the allocating process for existing apps.
The first launch of .NET Framework
.NET framework’s first version was made to the public in February of 2002 available for Windows 2000, NT, Me, 98, and finally Windows XP. But it’s most crucial and important update came over a year later in April of 2003. This update offered the entire framework into a software development kit package that could only be saved individually from the internet and could be used together with visual studio .NET 2003. But it also came as an important part of the windows server 2003.
Version 11 paved a way for developers from all around the world for management, optimizing and deployment of windows applications, creation as well as implementing support for security changes, IPV6 support, and built-in support for mobile ASP.NET controls and .NET compact framework. All of these provided a much more efficient environment for managing projects of large and small scale mobile apps to larger business projects.
Key features of .NET Framework 1.1
- IPV6 support for networking
- Improved security
- ASP.NET mobile controls
- Side by Side functioning – multiple versions of the same components can be executed on a single hardware.
.NET Framework class library features
.NET Framework class library possesses a group of reusable types that strictly integrate with the common language runtime. This makes it very easy to use the .NET framework given how it derives the functionality of its own managed codes. Making the third-party applications integrate with classes in the .NET framework without any issues whatsoever.
And as one can expect from an object-oriented class library, the .NET framework class gives the developers the ability to achieve common programming tasks, including file access, database connectivity, string management, and data collection. You can use the .NET framework to develop the following types of apps and services.
- Net applications
- Windows Presentation Foundation applications (WPF apps)
- Console apps
- Windows GUI apps
- Workflow enabled apps using Windows Workflow Foundation
- Windows Services
- Service-based apps using Windows Communication Foundation
Features of the common language runtime
Common language runtime comprises runtime that manages code execution, memory, compilation, code safety verification, thread execution, and other system services. These features are core elements to the managed code that run on the common language runtime.
When it comes to security managed components are given a specific degree of trust. Depending on several factors that include their origins such as enterprise network, internet, or local computer. Meaning that the managed components might or might not be able to perform their intended operations such as registry-access operations, file access operations, or any other sensitive operations even if it’s used in the same active app.
The runtime also invokes the code’s robustness by initiating a strict type and code verification infrastructure known as a common type system (CTS). The CTS ensures that all the managed codes are self-working as designed. Various language compilers whether it be from Microsoft or third-party generate codes that respond to the CTS. Implying that the managed code can utilize other managed types and instances, while strictly implementing type safety and type fidelity.
- Automatic monitoring in ASP.Net
- Easy to deploy and maintain
- Licensing cost
- Stability issues for new releases
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