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Top 7 ASP.Net Tools To Build Outstanding Web App In 2021

James Eddie
Top 7 ASP.Net Tools To Build Outstanding Web App In 2021

The world of technology changes every day, and so does the language that’s used to create it. That means that if you’re a .Net developer, it’s only a matter of time before you need to catch up on what’s new in order to meet the demand from your clients and employers. If you want to be ahead of the curve instead of playing catch-up, take advantage of These 7 tools for building web applications with the help of our team at ValueCoder! Hire an ASP.Net developer from us to get started on your project today!

1) Visual Studio

Microsoft’s flagship IDE offers a lot of functionality out of the box to help you build web applications quickly and efficiently, including: a code editor, database management tools, an integrated debugger, unit testing capabilities, and more. When starting new projects it is often preferable to use an existing template (such as MVC) rather than creating your own from scratch. The best part is that Visual Studio Community Edition is free for open source software development! If you're looking for professional assistance in building your next website, let us know at ValueCoder now!

2) NuGet

NuGet is a package manager for .NET, but it's more than that, too. It gives you powerful and easy-to-use tools to add new libraries to your application and have them work seamlessly with your existing code, just as if they were included in your project from day one. And while NuGet lets you install packages through its own user interface, we recommend installing a tool like Visual Studio Package Manager Extension to make things even easier by adding NuGet functionality right into Visual Studio's toolset for building web applications with .NET Framework or .NET Core. You can also create packages with Nuget command line tool or any other of several cross-platform GUI tools available on NuGet's website.

3) ReSharper

For Visual Studio IDE users, ReSharper is a boon for productivity and code quality. Written by JetBrains, it’s one of the most popular add-ons on all IDEs—and while we’re not affiliated with them, we agree with their tagline: Even us Microsofties love it! What makes ReSharper so popular? It automates repetitive coding actions (such as formatting code), suggests improvements to your code as you type, and offers advanced navigation features to help you move quickly between classes, files, and projects.

4) NDepend

NDepend is a free software tool for .NET developers who want to know what their code does, and why it is doing it that way. It lets you easily visualize dependencies between your code entities (types, methods) and build rules violations reports, as well as provides an API and plugins to integrate NDepend with a wide range of IDEs: Visual Studio, Eclipse, ReSharper, Rider, Xamarin Studio & other .NET IDEs (including all Mono-based ones). It also offers built-in support for Team Foundation Server to automatically generate Code Reviews from rule violations reports (with prior approval from team members of course!). Take control of your application quality before your users do!

5) .NET Reflector

Visual Studio has long been one of the most popular development tools for building web applications, but it’s a closed source tool. .NET Reflector gives you full access to what Visual Studio does, so you can reverse engineer any .NET-based application from a website or desktop app to figure out how it works or find something that isn’t working properly. You won’t have live debugging capabilities in code (which is why most developers prefer VS), but if you need to figure out exactly how some proprietary code was built, .NET Reflector can do just that—and even extend your own tools with more sophisticated capabilities. 

6) LINQPad

LINQPad is a fantastic tool for you to write, run, and debug LINQ queries against any data source. Whether it's your local machine, Azure SQL Database, or somewhere else entirely (like GitHub), LINQPad lets you do it from one easy interface! Using .NET Core 2.0? You can use Interactive SQL in addition to LINQPad's ability to work with local files and web services. One of our favorite features of LINQPad is that they host their service on Microsoft's Azure infrastructure so that you get plenty of storage (1GB by default) and maximum availability (hosted at three separate data centers). Want more storage? Upgrade! Want more locations? Upgrade!

7) SQL Complete

Working with SQL can be challenging for many developers, but with a good IDE, it doesn’t have to be that way. Developers don’t want to waste time digging into irrelevant information or searching for elements buried within nested tables—they want their code completed in as few keystrokes as possible. A good development tool should provide access to everything you need while never leaving you wondering what to do next—and we think it shouldn’t take you any more than 20 minutes to get started developing your application. SQL Complete is such a tool and its intuitive interface helps you dig into relevant data without getting sidetracked with unnecessary components or over-complicated queries.

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