lecture8 microsoft dotnet framework intro

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Unformatted text preview: Introduction to Microsoft .Net Framework Yih-Cheng (Bruce) Lee byclee@iastate.edu Feb 4 , 2008 Outline What is Microsoft .NET ? How .NET works? Useful .Net Class Library IDE Tools Comparison of Microsoft .Net and Sun Java Future of .NET What is Microsoft .NET ? In 2002, Microsoft described that.NET is an open language platform for enterprise and web development. .NET also supports for software development , deployment , execution and management that facilitate interoperability across servers, development languages, application and devices. Microsoft .NET Framework can be distilled into three entities: 1. Common Language Runtime: an execution environment for all programs in .NET framework. 2. Runtime classes: provides hundreds of prewritten classes that our programs can use. 3. Visual Studio.NET: the new development tools to develop managed code in .NET framework. .Net spcification is open and an ECMA standard (ECMA-335). You can implement your own .NET framework.your own ....
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2008 for the course COMS 319 taught by Professor Jiang during the Spring '08 term at Iowa State.

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