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.Net overview|Introduction Of .net

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  1. 1. Introduction to .NET Framework
  2. 2. .NET – What Is It? • Software platform • Language neutral • In other words: .NET is not a language (Runtime and a library for writing and executing written programs in any compliant language)
  3. 3. What Is .NET • .Net is a new framework for developing web-based and windows-based applications within the Microsoft environment. • The framework offers a fundamental shift in Microsoft strategy: it moves application development from client-centric to server- centric.
  4. 4. .NET – What Is It? Operating System + Hardware .NET Framework .NET Application
  5. 5. Base Class LibraryBase Class Library Common Language SpecificationCommon Language Specification Common Language RuntimeCommon Language Runtime ADO.NET: Data and XMLADO.NET: Data and XML VBVB VC++VC++ VC#VC# VisualStudio.NETVisualStudio.NET ASP.NET: Web ServicesASP.NET: Web Services and Web Formsand Web Forms JScriptJScript …… WindowsWindows FormsForms Framework, Languages, And Tools
  6. 6. The .NET Framework .NET Framework Services • Common Language Runtime • Windows® Forms • ASP.NET – Web Forms – Web Services • ADO.NET, evolution of ADO • Visual Studio.NET
  7. 7. Common Language Runtime (CLR) •CLR works like a virtual machine in executing all languages. •All .NET languages must obey the rules and standards imposed by CLR. Examples: – Object declaration, creation and use – Data types,language libraries – Error and exception handling – Interactive Development Environment (IDE)
  8. 8. Common Language Runtime • Development – Mixed language applications • Common Language Specification (CLS) • Common Type System (CTS) • Standard class framework • Automatic memory management – Consistent error handling and safer execution – Potentially multi-platform • Deployment – Removal of registration dependency – Safety – fewer versioning problems
  9. 9. Common Language Runtime Multiple Language Support • CTS is a rich type system built into the CLR – Implements various types (int, double, etc) – And operations on those types • CLS is a set of specifications that language and library designers need to follow – This will ensure interoperability between languages
  10. 10. Compilation in .NET Code in VB.NET Code in C# Code in another .NET Language VB.NET compiler C# compiler Appropriate Compiler IL(Intermediate Language) code CLR just-in-time execution
  11. 11. CTS and CLS are parts of .NET CLR and are responsible for type safety with in the code. Both allow cross language communication and type safety. In this article I would like to expose the relationship between these two. CTS CTS stands for Common Type System. It defines the rules which Common Language Runtime follows when declaring, using, and managing types. The common type system performs the following functions: It enables cross-language integration, type safety, and high-performance code execution. It provides an object-oriented model for implementation of many programming languages. It defines rules that every language must follow which runs under .NET framework. It ensures that objects written in different .NET Languages like C#, VB.NET, F# etc. can interact with each other.
  12. 12. CLS CLS stands for Common Language Specification and it is a subset of CTS. It defines a set of rules and restrictions that every language must follow which runs under .NET framework. The languages which follows these set of rules are said to be CLS Compliant. In simple words, CLS enables cross-language integration. For example, one rule is that you cannot use multiple inheritance within .NET Framework. As you know C++ supports multiple inheritance but; when you will try to use that C++ code within C#, it is not possible because C# doesn’t supports multiple inheritance. One another rule is that you cannot have members with same name with case difference only i.e. you cannot have add() and Add() methods. This easily works in C# because it is case-sensitive but when you will try to use that C# code in VB.NET, it is not possible because VB.NET is not case-sensitive.
  13. 13. Why CTS is Called Common Type System? In .NET, every Data Type is internally represented by a class or structure. All the classes and structures related to Data Types are collectively known as CTS. As you know every language provides its own keywords for Data Types but internally all the languages which run under .NET framework use the classes and structures available in CTS. For example, C# has int Data Type and VB.Net has Integer Data Type. Hence a variable declared as int in C# or Integer in vb.net, finally after compilation, use the same structure Int32 from CTS. All the structures and classes available in CTS are common for all .NET Languages and purpose of these is to support language independence in .NET. Hence it is called CTS
  14. 14. MSIL • It is a set of CPU independent instructions that are generated by the language compiler when the project is compiled. MSIL code is not executable but further processed by CLR/other runtime environments before it becomes executable. MSIL is contained in the assembly of the .NET application.
  15. 15. Intermediate Language (IL) • .NET languages are not compiled to machine code. They are compiled to an Intermediate Language (IL). • CLR accepts the IL code and recompiles it to machine code. The recompilation is just-in-time (JIT) meaning it is done as soon as a function or subroutine is called. • The JIT code stays in memory for subsequent calls. In cases where there is not enough memory it is discarded thus making JIT process interpretive.
  16. 16. • Features: MSIL instructions map to the code that is written in .NET Language and are used for loading, storing, initializing, and calling methods on objects, as well as for arithmetic and logical operations, control flow, direct memory access, exception handling, and other operations. CLS(Common language Specification) provides the infrastructure for MSIL.
  17. 17. Benefits: • Benefits: 1)MSIL provides language interoperability as the code in any .NET language is compiled into MSIL. 2)Same performance for all the .NET Languages:
  18. 18. • 3)Support for different runtime environments: CLR can understand MSIL. Non .NET environments also support MSIL. -------------------------------------------------------- --- The JIT Compiler in CLR converts the MSIL code into native machine code which is then executed by the OS
  19. 19. JIT • JIT stands for just-in-time compiler. It converts the MSIL code to CPU native code as it is needed during code execution. It is called just-in-time since it converts the MSIL code to CPU native code; when it is required within code execution otherwise it will not do nothing with that MSIL code.
  20. 20. Different Types of JIT • Normal JIT • This complies only those methods that are called at runtime. These methods are compiled only first time when they are called, and then they are stored in memory cache. This memory cache is commonly called as JITTED. When the same methods are called again, the complied code from cache is used for execution.
  21. 21. Econo JIT • This complies only those methods that are called at runtime and removes them from memory after execution.
  22. 22. Pre JIT • This complies entire MSIL code into native code in a single compilation cycle. This is done at the time of deployment of the application.
  23. 23. Native Code • Before you can run Microsoft intermediate language (MSIL), it must be converted by a .NET Framework just-in-time (JIT) compiler to native code, which is CPU- specific code that runs on the same computer architecture as the JIT compiler.
  24. 24. • Because the common language runtime supplies a JIT compiler for each supported CPU architecture, developers can write a set of MSIL that can be JIT-compiled and run on computers with different architectures. However, your managed code will run only on a specific operating system if it calls platform- specific native APIs, or a platform-specific class library.
  25. 25. • Native code is computer programming (code) that is compiled to run with a particular processor (such as an Intel x86-class processor) and its set of instructions. If the same program is run on a computer with a different processor, software can be provided so that the computer emulates the original processor
  26. 26. Interoperating Between Native Code and Managed Code • Code that runs under the control of the common language runtime (CLR) is known as managed code. Code that does not run under the CLR is known as native code. The Windows API is one example of native code
  27. 27. Languages • Languages provided by MS – VB, C++, C#, J#, JScript • Third-parties are building – APL, COBOL, Pascal, Eiffel, Haskell, ML, Oberon, Perl, Python, Scheme, Smalltalk…
  28. 28. Windows Forms • Framework for Building Rich Clients – RAD (Rapid Application Development) – Rich set of controls – Data aware – ActiveX® Support – Licensing – Accessibility – Printing support – Unicode support – UI inheritance
  29. 29. ASP.NET •ASP.NET,the platform services that allow to program Web Applications and Web Services in any .NET language •ASP.NET Uses .NET languages to generate HTML pages. HTML page is targeted to the capabilities of the requesting Browser •ASP.NET “Program” is compiled into a .NET class and cached the first time it is called. All subsequent calls use the cached version.
  30. 30. ASP.NET • Logical Evolution of ASP – Supports multiple languages – Improved performance – Control-based, event-driven execution model – More productive – Cleanly encapsulated functionality
  31. 31. ASP.NET Web Forms • Allows clean cut code – Code-behind Web Forms • Easier for tools to generate • Code within is compiled then executed • Improved handling of state information • Support for ASP.NET server controls – Data validation – Data bound grids
  32. 32. ASP.NET Web Services • A technical definition – “A programmable application component accessible via standard Web protocols”
  33. 33. Web Services • It is just an application… • …that exposes its features and capabilities over the network… • …using XML… • …to allow for the creation of powerful new applications that are more than the sum of their parts…
  34. 34. ADO.NET (Data and XML) • New objects (e.g., DataSets) • Separates connected / disconnected issues • Language neutral data access • Uses same types as CLR • Great support for XML
  35. 35. Visual Studio.NET • Development tool that contains a rich set of productivity and debugging features
  36. 36. .NET – Hierarchy, Another View CLR CLR
  37. 37. Summary • The .NET Framework – Dramatically simplifies development and deployment – Provides robust and secure execution environment – Supports multiple programming languages
  38. 38. Comparison between J2EE and .NET
  39. 39. Comparison between J2EE and .NET Architectures
  40. 40. J2EE and .NET Execution Engine  J2EE Java source code compiles into machine-independent byte code Runtime Environment : JVM  .NET Any compliant language compiles into MSIL Runtime environment : CLR Both JVM and CLR ,support services, such as code verification, memory management via garbage collection, and code security
  41. 41. J2EE and .NET Cross Platform Portability  J2EE Platform Independent JDK should exist on target machine  .NET Supports Windows platform CLR should exist on target machine Can support other platforms provided it has its own JIT complier
  42. 42. J2EE and .NET Language Support  J2EE Tied to Java Supports other languages via interface technology  .NET Language independent Supports any language if mapping exists from that language to IL
  43. 43. J2EE and .NET Tools Support  J2EE Can employ any number of tools Pro :Developer has a great deal of choice Con :Difficulty in choosing a right tool for a given job  .NET Visual Studio.NET, single IDE for building an application
  44. 44. The varibles in C#, are categorized into the following types: • Value types • Reference types • Pointer types • Value Type • Value type variables can be assigned a value directly. They are derived from the class
  45. 45. • System.ValueType. • The value types directly contain data. Some examples are int, char, and float, which stores numbers, alphabets, and floating point numbers, respectively. When you declare an int type, the system allocates memory to store the value
  46. 46. • Reference Type • The reference types do not contain the actual data stored in a variable, but they contain a reference to the variables. • In other words, they refer to a memory location. Using multiple variables, the reference types can refer to a memory location. If the data in the memory location is changed by one of the variables, the other variable automatically reflects this change in value. Example of built-in reference types are: object, dynamic, and string.
  47. 47. • Dynamic Type • You can store any type of value in the dynamic data type variable. Type checking for these types of variables takes place at run- time. • Syntax for declaring a dynamic type is: • dynamic <variable_name> = value; For example, • dynamic d = 20;
  48. 48. • String Type • The String Type allows you to assign any string values to a variable. The string type is an alias for the System.String class. It is derived from object type. The value for a string type can be assigned using string literals in two forms: quoted and @quoted. • For example, • String str = "Tutorials Point";
  49. 49. • Pointer Type • Pointer type variables store the memory address of another type. Pointers in C# have the same capabilities as the pointers in C or C+ +. • Syntax for declaring a pointer type is: • type* identifier; For example, • char* cptr; int* iptr;

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