.NET Core

.NET Core 3.1 is a pow­er­ful soft­ware de­vel­op­ment frame­work, and the suc­ces­sor to the .NET frame­work. De­vel­oped by Microsoft, .NET Core is a free, open-source and cross-plat­form. It has a large user­base and is be­ing ac­tively de­vel­oped.

The .NET Core frame­work is es­sen­tially a li­brary of use­ful tools which al­low pro­gram­mers to do every­thing from con­struct user in­ter­faces to es­tab­lish­ing data con­nec­tions. It is a newer ver­sion of the sim­i­larly well-re­garded .NET frame­work. One of the key ad­van­tages of .NET Core is its abil­ity to work cross-plat­form.

How it’s used

Applications cre­ated us­ing .NET Core are sup­ported on Win­dows, Linux and ma­cOS, us­ing a sin­gle source code base. This gives prod­uct own­ers a great deal more choice in terms of host­ing and de­ploy­ment, not to men­tion makes it pos­si­ble for an ap­pli­ca­tion to sup­port a greater range of users and adapt quickly to the mar­ket. More­over, its per­for­mance su­per­sedes that of other pop­u­lar web frame­works.

The ben­e­fits

Because .NET Core is open source, it ben­e­fits from rapid in­cor­po­ra­tion of new fea­tures on a reg­u­lar ba­sis, as well as a thriv­ing com­mu­nity of de­vel­op­ers to sup­port it. Budget that might have gone to li­cenc­ing from an­other ven­dor can be put back into the busi­ness - not just in the ap­pli­ca­tion it­self, but per­haps in other col­lat­eral to sup­port its suc­cess, like mar­ket­ing.


For server­side we utilise our in-house C#bot, util­is­ing C#. This is a fast, pow­er­ful lan­guage, well-suited to the task of run­ning a server­side ap­pli­ca­tion. It is also a typed lan­guage, which makes it much eas­ier to main­tain a large code base with­out bugs, and it has many pow­er­ful tools to help with writ­ing, de­bug­ging, and refac­tor­ing code.

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