In this post on ASP.NET Core Features and Advantages, I will discuss the core features of ASP.NET technology that make it a choice for web developers.
Basically, ASP.NET Core is another version of ASP.NET. Also, it is open-source and available on Windows, Linux, and MacOS platform.
The following section describes ASP.NET Core Features and Advantages.
- Excellent Performance
- Support for Containerization
- Several Hosting Options
- Dependency Injection Support
- Support of Microsoft Azure Cloud Platform
Since ASP.NET Core is an open-source framework, you can start working with it by just downloading and installing, irrespective of the platform you are using.
In fact, it is more versatile, easier to maintain, and supports hardware-related instructions. All these features contribute to high performance.
Since ASP.NET Core supports containers, you can deploy your applications in Docker and Kubernetes.
Apart from IIS, there are many hosting options available for ASP.NET Core application such as Apache Web Server, Containers, or self-hosting.
Since ASP.NET Core supports dependencies to be injected, it promotes loose coupling. hence, this feature improves the maintainability, and testability of the application.
In addition, ASP.NET has built-in support for development on cloud platform.
Advantages of ASP.NET Core
- Since it is open-source, anyone can use it easily.
- Bug-fixing is easy and fast.
- It provides flexibility in development. Because a number of hosting options and web servers are available to host an ASP.NET Core application.
- As can be seen, many different kinds of applications can be built using ASP.NET Core including hybrid and native applications.
- Besides, the applications are more maintainable and easier to test.
Apart from all these advantages and features, ASP.NET Core also provides all features of traditional ASP.NET including
- Cross-Platform Support
- Side-By-Side Execution
- Multiple Browser Support
- Separation of Code and UI
- Cross-Language Interoperability
- Support for MVC Architecture
- Web API
- Finally, you can also build ASP.NET Core applications using Visual Studio
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