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Difference between different versions of .Net

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What is main difference between different versions of .Net from 1.0 to Core
Jul 14 '19 #1

✓ answered by Prahlad4145

Each .NET version is released with some significant improvements:
.NET 1.0 - 2002 Initial version(1st release)
.NET 1.1 - 2003 Update on 1.0, add provider for oracle
.NET 2.0 - 2005 Generics were introduced.
.NET 3.0 - 2006 WPF, WCF, WF were introduced.
.NET 3.5 - 2007 LINQ and ADO.NET Entity Framework
.NET 4.0 - 2010 Dynamic support for languages and TPL(Dynamic keyword introduced along with Task Parallel Library)
.NET 4.5 - 2012 Asynchronous programming support(async and await keyword introduced).
.NET 4.6 - 2015 It supports a new just-in-time compiler (JIT) for 64-bit systems called RyuJIT, which features higher performance and support for SSE2 and AVX2 instruction sets.
.NET 4.7 - 2017 Enhanced cryptography with elliptic curve cryptography, Improve TLS support, especially for version 1.2 .
.NET 4.8 - 2019 It includes additional enhancements for high-resolution displays, performance updates, and security enhancements.

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The .NET Framework supports Windows and Web applications. ... .NET Core is the new cross-platform and open-source .NET framework to develop applications for all major operating system including Mac, Linux, and Windows. . NET Core supports UWP and ASP.NET Core only
Jul 24 '19 #2

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Dot Net framework was releases as a licensed software framework.But the company has released .NET core as a open source software framework. Dot Net framework enabled developers to build applications for a single platform. But .NET core is a cross-platform. The .NET Framework needs to be installed as a single package and run-time environment for Windows. But .NET Core is cross-platform, and needs to be packaged and installed independent of the underlying operating system.
Jul 29 '19 #3

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