I have been a developer for the past years with a work experience on various stages of development life cycle starting from requirement gathering till client support. For the first few years of my career I worked a lot on workflow designs, logic designs and SQL metadata development. But everything was using a framework that was built using .net framework. I have all the more reason to praise .net before starting to hate because of the stability that it has and the way it helps a developer making the life very simple and easy. But nowadays I have started to hate .net a little bit. I'm not a Java guy so, I'm not even going to comment on that.
Some of my office colleagues who are an expert in Dot net coding are not very comfortable exploring other frameworks for software development. The main reason is because Dot net framework gives so much of flexibility and so much of features for any developer to develop a complete application using C#. Especially for backend development and SQL logics Dot net framework still stands to be the most impressive frameworks for application development. Do there are lots of fans for Dot net, can also people like me who have started to hate Dot net after exploring the alternative that are available.
I would like to list out some of the reasons why I want to use other frameworks than Dot net framework.
- Package management and version control is very comfortable when we are using node based applications.
- We are not able to right object oriented programming code with the help of other open source alternatives that are available.
- I personally feel that writing an application using dotnet is not a piece of cake for someone who is new to programming.
After the introduction of open source node JS for server side application development, Microsoft introduced dotnet core libraries that are free to use. You will be able to see lots of advantages in using dotnet core libraries in your project because you can now write cross platform applications with the help of your favourite language C#. Today I was writing a Web API with the help of dotnet core libraries in c sharp, and I found it really hard to troubleshoot a version incompatibility issue in the libraries that I was using. It was quite hard for me to identify the root cause of the issue. I was also unable to find any traces of the error even online.
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