Definition Of Microsoft .NET Framework 3.1 And Services

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Hello experts, I was eager to know what could be the exact definition of Microsoft .NET Framework 3.1 along with its services. Thanks in advance for all the answer.

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Definition Of Microsoft .NET Framework 3.1 And Services

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The visual basics are the IDE which supports the dot net programming.

The .NET Framework from Microsoft is comprehensive. It is consistent programming model which is for building apps. It gives the visually best user experiences, seamless and secure connection.

.NET 3.1 Provides services:

  1. New minor UpdateTargetRTMProperty.
  2. New MsiSetExternalUIRecord API.
  3. New x64 and Msix64 properties.
  4. New MsiNoifySidChange API.
  5. Flyweight patching is now opt-in behavior.
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Definition Of Microsoft .NET Framework 3.1 And Services

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There is .NET Framework 3.0 and .NET Framework 3.5 but I’m not sure if there is a .NET Framework 3.1. Microsoft .NET Framework is a software framework developed by Microsoft that works mainly on Microsoft Windows.

It has a huge class library called Framework Class Library or FCL as well as give language interoperability across several programming languages allowing each programming language to use codes written in another programming language. Applications that were created for .NET Framework run in a software environment called Common Language Runtime or CLR.

The Common Language Runtime is a program virtual machine that offers services like memory management, security as well as exception handling. Common Language Runtime (CLR) and Framework Class Library (FCL) together make up .NET Framework.

Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1 is a complete collective update that has many new features building incrementally upon .NET Framework 2.0, 3.0, and 3.5 and contains collective servicing updates to the .NET Framework 2.0 and 3.0.

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