An Overview on ASP.Net and Its Characteristics
Overview on ASP.NET
Mechlin Software Technology Pvt. Ltd. is now focusing on leveraging cutting-edge technology to design custom apps. The rivalry is at an all-time high, and the inclination is to deliver something ground-breaking for the clients. The first step in creating an application is to try to understand the nature of your business to deploy an application that is appropriate for your needs. The second most crucial step is to choose the most advanced technology platform for the development process.
Microsoft built the Asp.Net Framework to create feature-rich websites and web applications in response to the rapid change and demand in the technology sector.
What exactly is ASP.NET?
Key features of ASP .NET:
1. Code Behind Mode – This is the separation of design and code concept. The ASP.Net application will be easier to maintain as a result of this separation. The general file type of an ASP.Net file is aspx. Let’s pretend we have a page called MyPage.aspx. There will be another file called MyPage.aspx.cs that will represent the page’s code. As a result, Visual Studio creates two separate files for each web page, one for the design and the other for the code.
2. State Management – Controlling state management is possible with ASP.Net. The HTTP protocol is stateless. Let’s look at a shopping cart application as an example. When a user has decided what he wants to purchase from the site, he will now click the submit button.
The App must remember the items that the user has selected for purchase. This is referred to as “remembering” the present state of an application. HTTP is a protocol that has no form. Therefore, HTTP does not save the information on the cart items when the user moves to the buy page. Additional coding is required to ensure that the goods in the cart may be carried forward to the purchase page. This type of implementation can be challenging at times. However, ASP.Net can maintain your state for you. As a result, ASP.Net may remember the goods in the shopping cart and pass them on to the checkout page.
3. Caching – Caching is a concept that ASP.Net can implement. This improves the application’s performance. Those pages that the user frequently requests can be cached and kept in a temporary place. These pages can be fetched faster, and the user can receive better responses. As a result, caching can dramatically increase an application’s performance.