Visual Studio.net

Written by Monique Krape
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The Visual Studio.Net is an upgrade from the Microsoft Visual Studio software. As an Integrated Development Environment (IDE), it gives programmers the capability to create applications directly impacting the operations of the server system. The Visual Studio.Net picks up where Microsoft Visual Studio left off, offering a more efficient interface and greater enhancements in customizing options.

The ground from which Visual Studio.Net is built is the .Net Framework, a networking source for unlike code and files to share information. The .Net Framework uses Rapid Application Development (RAD), a catalyst leading to responsive contact with Internet applications. The RAD aids programmers using Visual Studio.Net to form tools for both Windows and Web-based systems: tools that are effective, specialized, and integral to the advancement of the server system.

The installation requirements for the Visual Studio.Net vary according to what server system is being used. The following guidelines are relevant to the Microsoft Windows Server 2003. For proper installation, this software requires the following: 450 MHz Pentium II-class processor, 160 MB of RAM, 900 MB of hard-disc drive space, and a CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive. The requirements are a basic outline and should be followed as indicative of the minimum requirements, but the software also advises key recommendations which may better fit the needs of the user.

There are three editions available for the Visual Studio.Net: Enterprise Architect, Enterprise Developer, and Professional. These editions are linked by the main design of an Integrated Development Environment, but might vary in how these operations are carried out. As with most software, it is best to study what types of organizational needs are in the users' best interests before committing to a particular system. In this way, a system can be chosen that best represents the user, business, or organization.

The system requirements for the Visual Studio.Net vary according to what server system is being used. The following guidelines are relevant to the Microsoft Windows Server 2003. For proper installation, this soft requires the following: 450 MHz Pentium II-class processor, 160 MB of RAM, 900 MB of hard-disc drive space, and a CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive


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