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C# Development

C# development

The C# expertise and the direct exposure to diverse requests consolidate our opinion when choosing among programming languages.

When is it suitable to opt for C# development and why?

When:

  • You need UI (User Interface) development or RAD (Rapid Application Development)
  • Your development timeframe is short
  • You are looking for a budget efficient solution

Because:

  • C# (.NET) provides easy interactions with other components and applications of Windows OS
  • It has many out of the box components
  • C# (.NET) enables easy database access

C# may be the right choice for:

  • Various Microsoft Desktop Applications
  • Web Applications
  • Data Base Applications

Technologies:

.NET 4.5, ADO.NET, Remoting, nUnit, Reporting, Windows Mobile SDK, OpenNetCF, Symbol Mobility SDK, Platform Builder, .Net CF 3.5, ASP.NET, WPF, WWF, WCF, WebService, SilverLight, .Net Micro Framework.

Good to know:

C# is a programming language which adheres to imperative, generic, object-oriented, functional and also component-based paradigms. It is designed to be used on top of the CLR (Common Language Runtime) and many areas in the IT business, bundled into Microsoft’s .Net Framework package.

C# is focused on multiple usage areas, like: Simplicity, object-orientation, along with making it a general-purpose language; Portability, considering the ease with which C and C++ programmers could adapt to the new language features; Development of software components needed for deployment in distributed systems and environments; Wide usage: from complex operating systems to smaller ones with only dedicated functions, like PDAs, etc.

Codespring is very good at harnessing the power of these features of the C# language and the technologies it provides with the .Net Framework. We have many developers specialized in using this language as it has become one of the leading and widely used options. Thus we can always focus on the problem itself from an architectural and algorithmic view, rather than having to deal with the intricacies of a complex language.

 

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