Introduction to Sharepoint .NET
When SharePoint development undertstand about ASP.NET developers begin, they identify many similar concepts. many ASP.NET features including Web Part zones, Web Parts & security ,master pages, providers, session state managers SharePoint is built on top of the ASP.NET framework and uses, & user controls on ASPX pages.
Sharepoint .NET Job Support
The Microsoft .NET platform is the key framework for application deployment on Microsoft Windows Server environment. It is a powerful framework that is designed to reduce time to develop complex web applications. We are a Microsoft development partner & therefore, an ideal candidate to develop any Microsoft platform applications. Mobisoft Technologies engineering team has been developing Microsoft .NET technology almost from its release by Microsoft. We have extensive experience in .NET Development Technologies like ASP.net, VB.net & C#. With our early adaption & extensive experience, Mobisoft Technologies is an ideal partner to develop web applications as well as desktop applications using .NET Technologies.
.NET is the development platform used by millions of developers to create apps and services on any device and OS, with amazing performance and great developer productivity. The .NET platform includes servers like building-block services, such as Web-based data storage & device software. It also includes Passport, Microsoft’s fill-in-the-form-only-once identity verification service.
Microsoft expects that .NET will have as significant effect on the computing world as the introduction of Windows. Dotnet services will be accessible through any browser, they are likely to function more fully on products designed to work with DOT NET code.
The full release of Dot Net is expected to take several years to complete, with intermittent releases of products such as a personal security service & new versions of Windows & Office that implement the DOT NET strategy coming on the market separately. Visual Studio .NET is a development environment that is now available. Windows XP supports certain .NET capabilities.