To adapt IT tools to the newest environments RSI has been upgrading many client systems to the .NET 7 Core framework.
A framework of operation, in this context, refers to the tools used to create applications. Specifically, we are talking about the programming languages, class libraries, and other tools used to build small programs, user-interface applications, background processes, and much more. A framework is the backbone behind most modern applications as it simplifies the process for developers to transform ideas into functioning parts.
When we refer to .NET, we are referring to the frameworks developed and updated by Microsoft since 2002. While individual updates introduce incremental changes, the culmination of these updates into full versions of a framework deployment have the capacity to greatly enhance our work as software developers, especially when it comes to introducing new and more efficient functionality for our main client.
Within .NET we have a division between .NET Core and .NET Framework. The latter is the original framework developed for applications to work exclusively on Windows machines. The former is the framework developed for applications to work on any non-mobile operating system, including Windows, Apple, and Linux devices.
With .NET 7 Core Framework, our client is jumping into the most up-to-date and flexible framework released by Microsoft, keeping up with technology and security trends, and the payoff for our client will be immense.