Microsoft’s .NET is free, open-source developer platform for building server applications. The platform is entrusted for building web, mobile, desktop, gaming, and IoT applications using multiple languages (C#, F#, or Visual Basic), libraries, and editors.
The app development market is quite volatile in terms of technological advancements. This exhibits the fact that the industry is open for change, when it comes to developing robust and productive applications, which are cost-effective as well.
Cross platform app development triumph over native app development in the matter of cost, time to market, logic sharing, code reusability, and performance. That is why cross platform app development frameworks and developers are in demand.
Code re-usability, rapid time-to-market for multiple platforms, native UI, API access, and performance. With so many benefits in line, cross platform app development is certainly a profitable solution for businesses.
Just pose a question about building an Android or iOS app, and you will certainly find people referring to Objective-C, Swift, and Java as the only native languages for development. Possibly, they are oblivious about the new ecosystem of platforms and the potential that they bring in for mobile app development.
.NET has made building dynamic websites a breeze. A mastery over the controls and understanding of the environment of this open source framework helps developers build scalable applications using fewer codes. ASP.NET is exclusively server-side and is language-independent by allowing the developers to choose from one out of many languages that target ASP.NET framework. So now you have deployed your application with ASP.NET and checked all the boxes before doing so.