Microsoft .NET Framework is the most powerful programming model of the .NET environment for building, deploying, and running Web-based applications, smart client applications, and XML Web services. The .NET Framework version 2.0 improves scalability and performance of applications with improved caching, application deployment and updating with Click Once, support for the broadest array of browsers and devices with ASP.NET 2.0 controls and services. This can be a great feature because it allows developers to write the bulk of their applications in managed code (for type-safety and component interoperability) but continue to access their existing unmanaged C++ code. Important: You cannot install two different language versions of the .NET Framework on the same machine. Attempting to install a second language version of the .NET Framework will cause the following error to appear: "Setup cannot install Microsoft .NET Framework because another version of the product is already installed." If you are targeting a non-English platform or if you wish to view .NET Framework resources in a different language, you must download the appropriate language version of the .NET Framework language pack the .NET Framework development platform introduces many new concepts, technologies, and terms. The goal of this chapter is to give an overview of the .NET Framework: to show how it is architected, to introduce some of the new technologies, and to define many of the new terms. I’ll also take you through the process of building your source code into an application or a set of redistributable components (types), and then explain how these components execute. Applied .NET Framework Programming unmanaged code and have it emitted into a single managed module.
Dot Net Frame Work 2.0
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