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.NET Why Is This The Best Framework For IoT Development Process?

Nowadays, we always look for the smart objects and smart devices that help us with communication by using the internet. That is why the software developers are also trying to focus more on their programming process. Internet of Things has become the major target for most of the programmers and application developers. However, we have found that these developers have got confused on choosing the programming language that suits best for their IoT application. They cannot think of the programming type for this application development process.

After researching various programming languages and web systems, we have found that the programmers can choose Microsoft .NET as the platform for IoT development process. Lots of reputed companies, like Dell, Amazon and eBay, have already started to work with the platform, .NET.

The .NET is a very simple software development framework, offered by Microsoft. It was designed for creating applications for Windows OS. The first .NET version was introduced in 2002, and it was known as .Net 1.0. The latest version for this system is 4.7.1. You will be able to develop web-based and form-based applications. Let’s now see why .NET is the best option for the IOT developers.

Use ASP.NET to get the cross-platform solution

As one of the programmers, you may be familiar with the fact that ASP.NET Core is one of the open-source and cross-platform web systems. Among all other frameworks, it has become highly popular. The .NET programmers have realized that this system is the best tool to create the most potential web applications very easily. In addition to it, .NET is an application for the purpose of IoT.

You can choose ASP.NET and Windows 10 IoT as your unique toolset in order to make the high-quality applications. You can run those applications on any IoT devices.

For those, who are looking for the enriched toolkit and fastest performing programming languages, ASP.NET Core can be the right solution to you. You will be able to deal with the languages, like F#, C# and Visual Basic. It also ensures better security and simpler implementation. The best fact is that this programming language empowers you to join Cloud platform, and that is why you always look for in your IoT-based venture. Everything becomes easy with ASP.NET.

Another benefit that you can enjoy is the delivery of application without any effect on runtime. It indicates that you will be able to deliver an application without any runtime issue. You may not find several bugs in the process.

Windows 10 IoT Core- Start using its features

You know that ASP.NET is now easy to access just for Microsoft, and Windows 10 IoT Core (the small Windows 10 version) goes with this .NET. The OS, based on Windows 10, was first launched in the year, 2015. Originally, this was intended for running on the low-power gadgets, like Raspberry Pi 2. The best fact is that this is fully free.

There are various options of integration and useful toolkits with Windows 10 OS IoT Core. UWP and Visual Studio are the major factors, giving you these facilities.

UWP and .NET Core will jointly helpful you to develop the best-quality IoT applications that have simple and smooth UX. You may not have the chance of dealing with the intricate IoT frameworks. However, you will surely get fun to do various things, like customization of the thermostat.

Getting advantage from Azure

The programmers always try to get advantage from the best standard platforms, and in that case, Microsoft Azure can be chosen as the right option. You will be able to deal with IoT accelerators, data recovery and the platforms, like Azure IoT. Azure is highly versatile, and its analytics and interoperability are the major features, essential to all IoT engineers.

It is a very safe, reliable platform, offering various services. Thus, it becomes easy for you to deploy Cloud applications with some simple clicks. At present, lots of engineers of Microsoft are dedicated to work on Azure for adding several other helpful features with the latest updates.

.NET- Presenting you with a community

A very interactive and dynamic community is always essential to get the help consistently. More than millions of developers are now working on .NET. They try to reveal their own experiences or reactions and talk about various queries. That is why it is easier for you to get the assistance from the community.

You can find .NET community at Github, and you can visit the website to ask any relevant question and look for the best answer. You will also get pre-written code pieces. There are several .NET OSS ventures from the community and Microsoft. You may also join official communities of ASP.NET and .NET.

While you have faced any problem with the coding, you will surely find the solution at any site of the online world. .NET stimulates the developers in saving time by presenting faster solutions. Thus, while you are struggling with an issue, you have a chance of finding others’ solution.

Due to all these facilities, the programmers will be able to accomplish their IoT application development process very fast. Your client may have set a very tight deadline for developing an IoT app. In this case, you may better rely on the .NET for the developmental solution.

Thus, we have picked the most potential reasons for which you can choose .NET for your IoT application development.



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