What is C# used for?

C # programming language is one of the most powerful, rapidly developing, and in-demand languages ​​in the IT industry. At the moment, a wide variety of applications are written on it: from small desktop programs to large web portals and web services that serve millions of users every day.

C # isn’t a young language, and as the entire .NET platform, it has come a long way. The first version was released along with the release of Microsoft Visual Studio .NET in February 2002. The current version of the language is C # 9.0, which was released on November 10, 2020, along with .NET 5.

When people say C #, they often mean .NET platform technologies (Windows Forms, WPF, ASP.NET, Xamarin). Bill Gates once said that the .NET platform is the best Microsoft has ever created.

Benefits of Including C# in the Tech Stack:

  • Desktop applications for Windows
  • Highly-performing projects
  • Cross-platform compatibility
  • Enterprise development
  • Large-teams projects

When it comes to mobile, C# is becoming more popular. Xamarin is leading the way in this area, offering cross-platform tools for all major mobile platforms. Like React Native, it allows reusing most of the codebases on Android and iOS while integrated native components achieve the native performance.

C# is the 5th most popular programming language and isn’t going away anytime soon. Its versatility consists of constantly evolving because Microsoft will add additional iterations and useful features.

Based on our experience, we can confidently say that C# is our frequent choice for software development projects. Follow the guide to learn more.

https://jelvix.com/blog/what-is-c-used-for

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