What is .NET Framework?

A software development framework that can be used for building and running applications on Windows is known as .NET Framework.

.NET Framework is part of the .NET platform, a collection of technologies for building apps for Mac OS, Windows, iOS, Linux, Android, and many more.

Why us?

Prakash Software Solutions Pvt. Ltd. is a renowned .NET Core development company developing modern-day solutions for desktop, mobile, web, cloud IoT, and more.

Our well-versed and professional team of .NET developers builds responsive web apps using cutting-edge Microsoft technologies including .NET Core, .NET MVC, SignalR, and Web Forms along with the latest JavaScript Frameworks including React, Angular, Vue, Ember, Auralia, KnockoutJS, and more.

Our motto is to create business solutions that incorporate with client-side frameworks like Bootstrap, KnockoutJS and Angular.

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.NET, .NET Framework, and .NET Core

.NET is a developer platform made up of programming languages, tools, and libraries for constructing many different kinds of applications.

There are multiple implementations of .NET. Each allowing .NET code to execute in different places— Mac OS, Windows, iOS, Linux, Android, and many more to follow.

.NET Framework

This is the true (original) implementation of .NET. It supports running websites, desktop apps, services, and more on Windows

.NET Core

It is a cross-platform implementation for running websites, services, and console apps on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS. .NET Core is open source available on GitHub.

Xamarin / Mono

Xamarin/Mono is a .NET implementation for running applications on all the key mobile operating systems, including Android and iOS.

.Net Standard

A formal specification of the APIs those are common across .NET implementations are defined as .NET Standard. This allows the same code and libraries to run on diverse implementations.

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