.NET is a software development framework and ecosystem designed and supported by Microsoft to allow for easy desktop and web application engineering. It’s a popular free platform currently used for a lot of different types of applications as it provides the programming environment for most software development phases. .NET best suits businesses that look for a wide range of features like web-based services, desktop software, and cloud infrastructure support.

What is ASP.NET Development

Microsoft ASP.NET is a set of technologies, built on top of the Microsoft .NET Framework, for building Web applications and XML Web services. ASP.NET web pages execute on a web server in IIS (Internet Information Server) and generate markup such as HTML and XML that is sent down to a desktop or mobile browser. This is important because the application does not require any installation on the client computer beyond a web browser. This means your application can be run from anywhere regardless of the hardware.

ASP.NET pages use a compiled, event-driven programming model that maximizes performance and enables the separation of application logic and user interface. Development platforms like PHP are not compiled which means that simple syntax errors that would otherwise be caught by a compiler will sneak into production systems. Your clients may see these errors before you do! Also PHP does not separate the logic from the user interface of the application thus leading to higher maintenance costs.

ASP.NET pages and ASP.NET XML Web services contain server-side programming logic (as opposed to client-side logic like JavaScript) written in Microsoft Visual Basic .NET or Microsoft Visual C# .NET. Our team is well versed in both of these languages.

ASP.NET offers a unified Web development model that includes the services necessary for you to build enterprise-class Web applications. ASP.NET offers a new programming model and infrastructure that allows you to create a powerful new class of applications.

Web Application Development

There are many approaches available for developing a web application in .NET. In this article, I will give an overview of frameworks that you can choose for your .NET projects.

Web application modernization

Application modernization is the refactoring, re-purposing or consolidation of legacy software programming to align it more closely with current business needs.

The goal of an application modernization project is to create new business value from existing applications. An application is a program designed to perform a specific function directly for the user or, in some cases, for another application program. Keeping legacy applications running smoothly can be a time-consuming, resource-intensive process, especially when the software becomes so outdated that it becomes incompatible with newer versions of the underlying operating system (OS) or system hardware.

Traditional methods for modernizing applications include rewriting existing application code written in COBOL to a more modern, Web-friendly programming language or placing a Web interface in front of an outdated application to salvage parts of the application that might still have value. The challenges in modernizing legacy applications come mostly from the fact that, in many legacy applications, the business process workflow is hardcoded and tightly coupled with other aspects of the legacy code.

Application Integration

Application integration is the process of enabling independently designed applications to work together. Commonly required capabilities include:

  • Keeping separate copies of data (in independently designed applications) consistent
  • Orchestrating the integrated flow of multiple activities performed by disparate applications
  • Providing access to data and functionality from independently designed applications through what appears to be a single user interface or application service

Application Re-engineering

Due to rapid advancement in technology and a shift in business models and synergy, older applications become outmoded in terms of framework and functionality.Application re-engineering is the process of evolving your existing software applications which are out of date or not being supported by the software providers by a third party IT team in order to keep your softwares and business processes up to date with the latest technology available globally.

The crux of application re-engineering is to improve or transform existing application so that it can be understood, controlled, and used afresh. This is an area of importance which provides you with answers for challenges in strategies, objectives and productivity.Re-engineered applications offer service continuity and have minor risk. We have a proven re-engineering methodology. Our team works on the specification with a broad application development approach to deliver the product. Celexsa would be your ideal solution to manage your reengineering risks whilst you focus on your pivot business & other strategic initiatives.

.Net Re-engineering Methodology includes:

  • Language Migration
  • Legacy Migration
  • Application Migration
  • Data & Architecture Migration