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What is .NET?

.NET Framework or simply .Net is a software framework designed by Microsoft to offer a highly secure and simplified solution for web and desktop app development. This development ecosystem has evolved over time to become better and more robust.

That said, it currently supports multiple use cases and programming environments for almost all software development phases.

However, there are certain limitations that might deter you from choosing this framework. To know how the technology can help build applications for your need, reach out to DIBS Technologies.


As mentioned, it is easy to get astonished with all the perks that .Net offers. And, among the many benefits, some are highly pronounced.

Object-Oriented Programming (OOP)

Designed keeping the object-oriented programming model in mind, .Net breaks down the development projects into manageable and smaller chunks.

With its modular structure, developers get the ease of defining objects’ interactions and dependencies without worrying about the inner attributes. In turn, it becomes simpler to test codes, manage and combine.

Thus, saving overall cost for development.

High Deployment Flexibility

Deployment becomes simpler with the .Net framework. The platform contains required dependencies making the deployment as easy as folder copying.

In addition, developers can run multiple .NET Core versions on one device simultaneously. This means it is possible to tackle various projects at once without disturbing the deployment tasks.

Cross-Platform Compatible

Code written using the .NET platform can run seamlessly on Windows, macOS, as well as Linux operating systems. Unlike the original .NET framework that lacked cross-platform compatibility, the .NET Core flaunts open-source code.

This allows for the sharing and expansion of development use cases among different environments.


Here are some of the limitations that .Net comes along with.

Restricted Support for Object-Relational Database (ORD)

NET ORD is based on its Entity Framework. However, with the limited flexibility of this framework, it may fail to support the emerging database designs.

Slow Execution

Running managed codes on .Net is slower compared to the native codes.

Microsoft Dependent

The .NET framework is a Microsoft product. Therefore, if there are any changes made by the company within the framework, it will also affect the projects developed under the framework.

Here’s how we work

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Requirement Analysis

Discuss the scope of work with clients and offer suggestions to finalize the complete project requirements.

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Consider the finalized requirement to analyze project cost, keeping the client’s budget in mind.

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Assign our experienced team to complete the development of the project before the set deadline.

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Code Review

Optimize the code through reviews to ensure the application follows the defined architecture and best practices.

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Carry the rigorous testing of the built program to validate and verify the application’s functionality, performance, and security.

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Client Sign Off

Complete the sign off formalities with clients after confirming the aptness of the developed solution.

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Take care of the application’s deployment at the client’s site to offer hassle-free software delivery.

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Post-Deployment Support

Stay in the loop with the clients after the application goes live to offer support, whenever needed.

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