Choosing development products tied to specific platforms can be a difficult task. But just imagine that you could develop server applications that allowed running on any platform, Windows, Linux or Mac? We can find the solution. Let’s get started with .Net Core. What is .NET Core? Microsoft’s .NET Core is a cross-platform, unified, fast, lightweight,… Continue reading The Future of .NET Core: what to expect?
Recently Immo Landwerth post about .NET Standard 2.0 appeared in the web. Briefly, it is the unification of three major.NET Framework branches: .NET Framework, .NET Core and Xamarin. Simply saying, it is an API set which will be implemented by all platforms. This will join up the .NET platforms and stave off future fragmentation. This… Continue reading Introducing .NET Standard 2.0
Introducing ASP.NET Core: ASP.NET Core is a new open-source and cross-platform framework for building modern cloud based internet connected applications, such as web apps, IoT apps and mobile backends. ASP.NET Core apps can run on .NET Core or on the full .NET Framework. It was architected to provide an optimized development framework for apps that… Continue reading ASP.NET Core: Pros and Cons
Content Management Systems help to control and manage the content of any website where business is efficiently managed. .NET CMS gives you the power you need to develop high-concept, beautiful websites with a strong backbone which gives an experience working with .NET platform used in various kinds of business. Sitecore CMS and Sitefinity CMS are… Continue reading Sitefinity & Sitecore: let’s try to choose more proper one for your business needs.
Sitecore’s CMS flexibility, scalability and security make it an enterprise favorite, powering more than 32,000 websites around the world from financial powerhouses like American Express to some of the largest international sporting tournaments like Barclays ATP World Tour Finals. Let’s try to find out why Sitecore is so popular nowadays especially among companies which have got… Continue reading Why is Sitecore getting so popular nowadays leaving Umbraco and Sharepoint behind?