It has been 17 years since the first beta of the .NET Framework was released and a lot has changed in the world of application development since then. Let’s unpack the new, reinvented .NET Framework, and see how the new .NET standard can make you a better developer.
The Microsoft ecosystem is getting increasingly more open and platform-agnostic—and we’re not even going to touch upon the Minecraft acquisition. With .NET Core, your .NET apps can run natively outside of Windows for the first time. With the various .NET technologies, you can target virtually any app platform and any device family—the opportunities are endless.
This whitepaper discusses the evolution of the .NET Framework and how its latest incarnation addresses the challenges presented by new cross-platform portable apps and the future-facing technologies developers are working on.
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Telerik surveyed 2,200 developers and IT executives between July 15 and August 1, 2014 to determine the “App Development State of the Union.” The survey’s objective was to determine priorities and pain points surrounding application development—from desktop to mobile—as well as examine developer preferences, methodologies and approaches.
Three findings stand out clearly. First, while mobile is an obvious priority to enterprise decision makers, widespread adoption is slower than anticipated, while desktop and web remain focus areas. Second, developers are not widely collecting end-user feedback to optimize the development process. Third, despite being tasked with heavy workloads, the majority of surveyed developers are not leveraging currently available technologies, such as cross-platform and multi-platform solutions to maximize productivity.
In a recent Magic Quadrant report on Integrated Software Quality Suites, Gartner analysts point to four key trends impacting the automated software testing marketplace:mobility, scalability in the cloud, new agile development practices, and emergence of analytics. Learn how you can take advantage of these trends to sharpen your competitive edge.