Sunday 6 October 2019

What is Dot Net Framework and Visual Studio?

What is Visual Studio?

Microsoft visual studio is an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) developed by Microsoft. It enables developers to create and develop window based, web based application, web services and mobile based apps in dot net framework.

These applications created by using different language such as VB, C#,and VC++.
Visual Studio provides various development tools to design and create the apps, such as code editor, built in controls and debugger.

What is Dot Net (.NET)?

  ü .net is a software component developed by Microsoft run under the windows Operating System.

  ü It provides tools and Libraries for the developer to create window software much easier and faster.

  ü It benefit to the end user by provide the application of higher quality and security.

  ü In .net we have to install the dot net Framework to run dot net applications.

What is Dot Net Framework (.net framework)?

.Net framework is a runtime environment or platform, which helps in developing portable, scalable and robust application. It provides several services and extensive set of libraries to application and developers.

It enables you to create the applications by integrating different programming language such as C#, VB, J# and VC++.

Dot Net Framework Architecture:

Application Execution Structure:

Application Execution Structure:
Application Execution Structure:

Important Notes:
  1. Visual basic evolved from BASIC Programming Language.
  2. BASIC developed in 1964 by Prof. John Kemeny and Thomas Kurtz of Dormonth College.
  3. Microsoft Release First version of dot net with name dot net framework 1.0 on 13 Feb 2002 along with Visual .Net IDE.
  4. Dot net framework 1.1 better known as VS.NET 2003 ( 24 April 2003)
  5. .Net Framework 2.0 ( VS.NET 2005 on 07 Nov 2005 )
  6. .NET Framework 3.0 formally called WinFX, was released 6 Nov 2006
  7. .NET Framework 3.5 VB.NET 2008  was release ( 19 Nov 2007 )
  8. .NET Framework 4.0 was release (12 April 2010 ) and 4.5 .Net Framework on 29 Feb 2012.

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