The microsoft strategy that includes methods and applications for designing and building complex applications and Web services.
A software platform (i.e. software upon which other software runs); includes a definition for a Common Language Interface and APIs; created by Microsoft Corporation and partly standardized by the ECMA
NET is Microsoft's strategy for delivering software as a service. It includes .NET infrastructure and tools to build and operate a new generation of services, .NET user experience to enable rich clients, .NET building block services and .NET device software to enable a new generation of smart Internet devices. See also .NET framework, Visual Studio .NET More at http://msdn.microsoft.com/net
This is the latest framework for windows. It supports up to 64 bit machines.
Microsoft's framework for Web services and component software introduced in 2000 and pronounced "dot-net." .NET is Microsoft's approach to a comprehensive development and runtime environment similar to J2EE. .NET supports all the Web-based features and functions, including XML and web services protocols such as SOAP and UDDI. .NET applications run on intranets as well as public Internet sites, thus .NET is an all-inclusive Web-oriented software architecture for internal and external use. Subsequent versions of Microsoft products (browsers, applications, Windows) were enhanced with support for .NET in some manner.
NET is a strategic initiative by Microsoft. It is also a software platform and can be used to build web services. There are numerous .NET-compatible languages, which include C#, Visual Basic .NET and ASP.NET.
Microsoft .NET Framework The .NET framework is a new application platform launched by Microsoft and based on a technologies such as XML, SOAP and . more information
In the words of Microsoft .NET is "the Microsoft Web services strategy to connect information, people, systems, and devices through software." .NET uses XML.
NET is both a business strategy from Microsoft and its collection of programming support for what are known as web services, the ability to use the web rather than your own computer for various services.
NET is Microsoft's strategy for delivering software as a service. Microsoft's .NET web site MSDN .NET FAQ
Microsoft's collection of supporting technology for programming web services (applications that use the Web rather than your own computer for various underlying tasks).
A framework (set of technologies) developed by Microsoft to enable their web-based technologies work together
Pronounced "Dot Net", a set of software technologies designed by Microsoft to connect information, people, systems and devices over the Web
A Microsoft server-side Web technology. ASP.NET takes an object-oriented programming approach to Web page execution. ASP.NET is used to create Web pages and Web services.
( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microsoft_.NET) A software development platform used by Spring.
Microsoft's Web applications that enable users to access Microsoft software on the Web from any type of device or computer that can connect to the Internet. 3.34, 10.8