Difference between Microsoft.net Framework 2.0 and 3.5

Explin in detail difference between Microsoft.net Framework 2.0 and 3.5

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Lacy Kim Said..

.NET Framework 3.0 is somewhat different from the 1.x and 2.0 .NET Framework. The first two .Net frameworks focused on allowing many different languages to communicate with a common set of libraries translated through the Common Language Runtime (CLR). Introduced with .NET 1.1 and enhanced with .NET 2.0, the CLR works on a relatively simple concept: A common runtime model executes code for any system running the .NET Framework. What this means to you as a developer is that you don’t need to keep relearning languages for different technologies. For instance, a C# developer who writes Windows Forms applications take the knowledge used for building forms and apply it to writing web pages. Similarly, a Visual Basic .NET developer can switch from writing mobile applications to writing web services. The CLR acts as an arbitrator and communicates back and forth.


The .NET 3.0 Framework is not improving upon existing technologies but rather introducing four new foundation technologies:

Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF)
Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)
Windows Workflow Foundation (WWF)
Windows CardSpace (WCS)
Each of these technologies is a new cornerstone that developers can leverage for new solutions.

Now .Net Framework 3.5 has been released

See: New Features in .Net Framework 3.5




Jai Prakash Said..

Thanks a lot

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Cool...Simple and Digest... Said..

Thanks..man.




hari Said..

i expect more practical answers for the difference between .net 2.0 and .net 3.0 to 3.5




Muthu Said..

Good, but a bit more explanation could do it......




Samadoni Said..

Well explained ,, thanks a lot




Satendra Kasana Said..

Thanks...Man




M.D.R Said..

You explained well but detailed concepts are not there





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fazi Said..

Thanks ......!




gg Said..

good




Hemang Said..

THANX................




hahahahaha Said..

wat?




Raja Subramanian Said..

Thanks and need more practical explanation and need more diff...




manali Said..

thanks and I agree wid every 1 need more explanation





Here is a Nice link to explain new features in .Net Framework 3.5 and Visual studio 2008.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/vstudio/aa948851.aspx




Anil Said..

Good Answer




Rajeev Kumar Said..

Solid Answer...................




Rajeev Kumar Said..

Solid Answer...................




Rajeev Kumar Said..

Solid Answer...................




Mubashir Muby Said..

Its good answer but very general....
theoretically gud but no technical explanation provided................




nagachaitanya Said..

it is good for the begineers but wat about the experts...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................




antony Said..

good.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................




pavan Said..

NET Framework 3.0 is somewhat different from the 1.x and 2.0 .NET Framework. The first two .Net frameworks focused on allowing many different languages to communicate with a common set of libraries translated through the Common Language Runtime (CLR). Introduced with .NET 1.1 and enhanced with .NET 2.0, the CLR works on a relatively simple concept: A common runtime model executes code for any system running the .NET Framework. What this means to you as a developer is that you don’t need to keep relearning languages for different technologies. For instance, a C# developer who writes Windows Forms applications take the knowledge used for building forms and apply it to writing web pages. Similarly, a Visual Basic .NET developer can switch from writing mobile applications to writing web services. The CLR acts as an arbitrator and communicates back and forth.




priya Said..

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Dinesh Said..

It's ok..not that much in brief ...

pls explain briefly....

language should be easy..

ok..need more practical explanation and need more diff...

Framework. What this means to you as a developer is that you don’t need to keep relearning languages for different technologies. For instance, a C# developer who writes Windows Forms applications take the knowledge used for building forms and apply it to writing web pages. Similarly, a Visual Basic .NET developer can switch from writing mobile applications to writing web services. The CLR acts as an arbitrator and communicates back and forth.




Archana Poul Said..

In .net 1.1 Concept of DataGrid Was There,In 3.5 its Changed to GridView With Their Events as rowDatabound and RowCommand...................................................................................-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------






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