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Microsoft .NET Framework is software development framework developed by Microsoft to build Windows client, enterprise, and web applications. Follow this category to keep up to date with .NET Framework news and tutorials.


  • Reflection In .NET

    Reflection in .NET provides functionality to read assemblies from code. In this article, learn how to use Reflection in C# and .NET to read .NET assemblies and their metadata.
  • Learn About SOLID Principles

    SOLID Principles are the design principles that enable us manage most software design problems. In this article, we will discuss these principles in detail.
  • JIT (Just-In-Time) Compiler

    JIT is the just in time compiler, it is quite different with other compilers. It compiles the source code just in time, and it does not compiles hole code, only the code is to be executed is compiled.
  • Database First Approach in Entity Framework

    In this article we will create model codes (classes, properties, DbContext) and then these model classes create a database for us at run time.
  • Code First Approach in Entity Framework

    In this article we will see how a Code First Approach provides an alternative to the Database First and Model First approaches to the Entity Data Model.
  • Authentication With Angular 2 App (Front-end) And ASP.NET Web API (Back-end)

    In this article, you will learn about authentication with the Angular 2 app (front-end) and ASP.NET Web API (back-end).
  • Using Attributes With C# .NET

    Attributes are like adjectives, which are used for metadata annotation that can be applied to a given type, assembly, module, method and so on. The .NET framework stipulates two types of attribute imp
  • memoObject Pooling In .NET

    Object Pooling in .NET allows objects to keep in the memory pool so the objects can be reused without recreating them. This article explains what object pooling is in .NET and how to implement object
  • Making Your .NET Application Less Quirky

    This post details a setting that you might not have enabled, especially for older legacy applications, which could result in your not taking advantage of all the wonderful features, benefits, and bug
  • Chat Box in .NET

    This article introduces Chat Box in .NET. Chat box can make websites and web applications more user interactive and provide a dynamic look too.
  • Rock Your Code - Defensive Programming For Microsoft .NET By David McCarter

    Talking about Defensive Programming during times of Test Driven Development, Clean Code, Domain Driven Development and all the other buzzwords seems a bit unusual. From his many years of experience, D
  • .NET Core Web API Logging Using NLog In Text File

    In this article, we will see how we can log a piece of information or error in a text file using Nlog in .NET Core Web API.
  • .NET Framework At A Glance

    .NET Framework At A Glance. In this post let's see what is the .NET Framework, benefits of the .NET Platform, introducing CLR, CTS, and CLS, Framework Class Library(FCL), Managed vs. Unmanaged Cod
  • NHibernate Querying In Core 2.2 Framework

    NHibernate O/RM framework is one of the competitors of Entity Framework and one of the most popular of the old frameworks of .NET. Let's learn about NHibernate Querying In Core 2.2 Framework.
  • Top 10 Most Popular Articles Of .NET

    We have compiled a list of top 10 most popular .NET articles.
  • C# Corner Hyderabad Chapter Recap in Some Photos

    C#-Corner Hyderabad User Group Chapter recap where we had sessions on MVC and MVVM, MVVM with Kendo UI.
  • Ruby Or .NET - Which Is The Better Alternative?

    You might be confused about which technology you should use while you are planning for a developing a software. So this article will help you in giving a solution to your question and will lead you wi
  • How To Implement NLog In WebAPI

    NLog is a flexible and free logging platform for various .NET platforms, including .NET standard. NLog makes it easy to write to several targets. (database, file, eventviewer).
  • How .NET Support Multiple Languages

    An application is said to be multilingual if it can be deployed in many different languages. With .NET, all of the languages Visual Basic .NET, C# and J# compile to common Intermediate language (IL).
  • Continuous Integration For .NET Projects With Jenkins

    DevOps is a huge and complex concept in itself, and most of the time DevOps is also misunderstood just like continuous integration. In any case, continuous integration is only a single step in the lon
  • Back To Basics - Dispose Vs Finalize

    We have been using the Dispose method for disposing objects in .NET. For the same purpose, we may also use the Finalize method. In this article I will try to explain what the Dispose and the Finalize
  • Import Data From Excel To SQL Server Database Using MVC Code First Approach

    The article given below describes findings of research about importing data from an Excel sheet into a Web project.
  • Introduction To Enterprise Library 6.0 And Unity 3.0

    Microsoft Enterprise Library 6.0 and Unity 3.0 have been released, let's learn some important points about them.
  • .NET Standard 2.1 Available Now

    Recently, Microsoft has announced .NET Standard 2.1 in order to catch-up with the .NET Core implementation, which will soon advance to v2.2.
  • Are You A Fresher And Looking For A Way To Start With Microsoft .NET?

    This article focuses on beginner programmers and Computer Science students who want to learn and get started with .NET programming.