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Leverage your Windows investment with .NET development 

Microsoft Windows is the operating system of choice for the majority of the world's computers. And in a significant number of organisations Windows Server provides the back-end technology.

Microsoft's .NET platform is the preferred technology for developing applications to run on Windows systems. In Microsoft's words:

The .NET Framework is Microsoft's comprehensive and consistent programming model for building applications that have visually stunning user experiences, seamless and secure communication, and the ability to model a range of business processes.

"What kind of applications do you develop for DOT NET?"

Although the development techniques are very similar, we distinguish between desktop and server applications.

Desktop Applications

Windows provides users with a rich desktop environment. The .NET platform uses this rich functionality and safeguards investment in the applications which will run on later versions.

Sillero has developed a number of desktop application for the .NET platform. Among them:

  • Command-line utilities
  • Office integration tools
  • Data capture interfaces
  • Image manipulation utilities

Server Applications

Windows Server is a powerful application server and deploying and maintaining .NET server applications is straightforward.

Typically, we produce server applications with MS SQLServer as the database. Communication with desktop clients and other servers is via SOAP web services.

More often than not, our server application have a web front-end, ie: web-applications.

Our Digital Pen & Paper processing server is built using .NET.

"Which programming languages do you use?"

.NET is language independent which gives us quite a choice. But changing programming languages willy-nilly is very unproductive so we standardise on C# (C-Sharp).

C# is very Java-like, so our developers can use there skills throughout our technologies using other languages such as Javascript and PHP.

Please contact us for more information on .NET development.