7 Best Reasons to Use ASP.NET for Development

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Created by Microsoft, ASP.NET is a development framework that is used for the creation of dynamic, robust, and rich web applications and pages. It is built on CLR (Common Language Runtime) to host powerful and complex websites on Windows servers. ASP.NET comes with Visual Studio as an integrated development environment and provides a rich toolbox for code writing, compiling, and debugging. 

ASP.NET offers three frameworks – ASP.NET MVC (provides full control over markup for the creation of complicated web applications), Web Forms (used for dynamic and data-driven websites), and ASP.NET Web Pages (lightweight framework for the creation of HTML pages with dynamic content). 

Because of the server-side ASP.NET development, there are significant contributions to the web. Read on to find out which are the 7 best reasons to use ASP.NET for development. 

Makes it easier to build larger applications

ASP.NET makes the development of larger apps much easier and provides freedom for developers with a serious reduction when it comes to the amount of coding. Its feature ADO.NET disconnects the access to the database which means better performance and improved scalability of applications. 

Applications are safer and more secure 

Because ASP.NET comes with a built-in Windows authentication option, it is much easier to make applications safer and more secure. The web-based script does not access local resources and security is handled by the CLR by default settings or as configured from the system admin. 

Provides better performance

Because of the just-in-time compilation and early binding ASP.NET provides, it allows for better performance through caching services and native optimization. The smart client application model it employs can run with no server or network interaction, or it can fetch data from the server only when it is needed. As a result, the user experience is much more dynamic and the use of client-server infrastructure is more efficient. 

Simple and straightforward task execution 

Tasks such as Client authentication and Form submission are much more simplified with ASP.NET. It provides infrastructure and a set of controls that makes web application development easier. ASP.NET also enables deployment performance and website configuration easily. It powers mobile websites and native mobile apps with its responsive design frameworks and web API based on JSON. 

Comes with a powerful IDE 

Microsoft Visual Studio IDE (Integrated Development Environment) tools allow designers and developers to edit, drag and drop server control, and so on. It [rovides the option for creating web services and websites seamlessly and can be personalized so that it supports different development requirements and styles. 

Provides language Independence

Developers have the freedom to choose the language that applies best to the application and furthermore, has the opportunity to split the app across several languages. Objects and classes can be accessed without the need to knowing the language that was used originally for writing the application. 

Easier deployment

You do not have to register components because of the built-in configuration information which makes the deployment of ASP.NET applications much easier. When it comes to deployment, most tasks are automated thanks to the Microsoft IIS (Internet Information Services).