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Brilliant teacher. Very impressed with how much Ken knows and his ability to calmly explain it. Very enjoyable indeed. Thanks - .NET Training course,  Ayrshire College. 



4.8 out of 5 average


I think that Ken was very good at explaining complex topics and working through the practical examples. Ken was also extremely quick at answering any questions that we had and was very helpful with his explanations- .NET Training course,  Ayrshire College. 





is a free, cross-platform, open source developer platform for building many different types of applications. With .NET, you can use multiple languages, editors, and libraries to build for web, mobile, desktop, games, and IoT.

You can write .NET apps in C#, F#, or Visual Basic. C# is a simple, modern, object-oriented, and type-safe programming language. F# is a programming language that makes it easy to write succinct, robust, and performant code. Visual Basic is an approachable language with a simple syntax for building type-safe, object-oriented apps.

What will I learn with JBI .NET training course?

Create Robust .NET Applications And Explore New Features To Increase Productivity

Our .NET training course is expert-led and focuses on introducing the core language features, before quickly introducing libraries to allow accessing database (ADO.NET) and presentation techniques allowing creation of both graphical user interface applications (WPF) and web-based applications (ASP.NET). With the importance of web applications this course has a major section including labs on the latest approach to web applications, by including labs for the latest MVC applications. 

Utilise Visual Studio to develop and debug applications

  • Explore C# or Visual Basic .NET features
  • Understand the Common Language Runtime and .NET
  • Create Reusable Objects using Object Oriented Programming
  • Understand how to handle Errors 
  • Learn to Develop Scalable Applications
  • Use WPF to develop Windows applications
  • Learn alternative approaches to develop server-side applications


Why should I learn .NET ( dotnet ) ?

Dot Net mostly helps to build several numbers of web applications for various environments and platforms. So it is the best option to build a career in this framework. One who learns this technology . net from certification course is able to get the job as a software developer from the IT field.

Is .NET similar to Java?

Java is an object-oriented and platform-independent high-level programming language. . NET is a cross-platform, open-source software framework used for developing a software applications.

What are .NET Core advantages?

.NET Core Advantages

If you’re building a new application and have a choice between .NET Core and .NET Framework, .NET Core is the way to go.

Microsoft just announced .NET Core v 3.0, which is a much-improved version of .NET Core. If you want to learn and build for the future, .NET Core is the way.

.NET 3.0 now supports WPF and Windows Forms. .NET Core 3.0 also supports cross-development between UWP, WPF, and Windows Forms. This provides developers the flexibility to bring modern interfaces of UWP into Windows Forms and WPF.

If you’re building a new app and your company has approved it, .NET Core is the way to go. .NET Core will continue to get better and better.

.NET Core is better suited for cross-platform needs. .NET Core apps are supported on Windows, Linux, and macOS. Microsoft’s popular open-source code editor, Visual Studio Code, is supported on Windows, Linux, and macOS. VS Code supports the modern needs of code editors including IntelliSense and debugging. Most third-party editors, such as Sublime, Emacs, and VI, work with .NET Core.

Microservices architecture is supported in .NET Core, which allows cross-platform services to work with .NET Core including services developed with .NET Framework, Java, Ruby, or others.

Containers are the VMs of today. .NET Core’s modularity, lightweight, and flexibility makes it easier to deploy .NET Core apps in containers. Containers can be deployed on any platform, cloud, Linux, and Windows. .NET Core works well with both Docker and Azure Kubernetes Service.

What about the .NET Framework? 

supports Windows and Web applications. Today, you can use Windows Forms, WPF, and UWP to build Windows applications in .NET Framework. ASP.NET MVC is used to build Web applications in .NET Framework.

So, what to choose between .NET Core and .NET?

.NET Framework is a better choice if you:

  • Do not have time to learn new technology.
  • Need a stable environment to work in.
  • Have nearer release schedules.
  • We are already working on an existing app and extending its functionality.
  • Already have an existing team with .NET expertise and building production-ready software.
  • Do not want to deal with continuous upgrades and changes.
  • Building Windows client applications using Windows Forms or WPF

.NET Core is a better choice if you:

  • Want to target your apps on Windows, Linux, and Mac operating systems.
  • Are not afraid of learning new things.
  • Are not afraid of breaking and fixing things since .NET Core is not fully matured yet.
  • A student who is just learning .NET.
  • Love open source.





.NET Multi-platform App UI (.NET MAUI) is a cross-platform framework for creating native mobile and desktop apps with C# and XAML.


.NET MAUI is open-source and is the evolution of Xamarin.Forms, extended from mobile to desktop scenarios, with UI controls rebuilt from the ground up for performance and extensibility. If you've previously used Xamarin.Forms to build cross-platform user interfaces, you'll notice many similarities with .NET MAUI. However, there are also some differences. Using .NET MAUI, you can create multi-platform apps using a single project, but you can add platform-specific source code and resources if necessary. One of the key aims of .NET MAUI is to enable you to implement as much of your app logic and UI layout as possible in a single code-base.


You may have this million-dollar question in you mind: why use .NET MAUI when we have Xamarin?

.NET MAUI is the evolution of Xamarin.Forms. It is extended from mobile to desktop scenarios with UI controls rebuilt from the ground up for performance and extensibility.


  • In this blog post, we will discuss the top five advantages of .NET MAUI over Xamarin.Forms:
  • Single development project experience with .NET CLI
  • Slim renderers
  • Modern patterns
  • Complete support for hot reloads
  • Unification of libraries


With Xamarin.Forms, developers may become frustrated while working with multiple projects targeting multiple platforms; keeping images, fonts, and platform-related code organized; and adding different dependencies, and resolving them if they’re referenced as NuGet packages. Encountering these problems, developers may think,”Why don’t we have an option to do this stuff in a single project?”


.NET MAUI comes with a single project to solve all these issues. Still, you will need to do some platform-specific operations because we can’t just get rid of that stuff.



Develop GUI Applications which can work across a range of Platforms with .NET MAUI

Maui stands for Multi-Adaptable User Interface and allows any Maui app to run on various platforms + devices, like Linux Desktop and Phones, Android, or Windows.

This expert-led .Net MAUI training course will guide you through how to write cross-platform apps in XAML and C#, from a single shared code-base in Visual Studio.  You'll also learn how to share UI layout and design across platforms, as well as how to share code, tests, and business logic across platforms.


  • Develop GUI Applications which can work across a range of Platforms
  • Develop for .NET 6
  • Uses XAML and is an evolution of Xamarin Forms
  • Learn DataBinding, principles and elements 
  • Validation and use Validation options 
  • Define Behaviours
  • Work with Model View ViewModel (MVVM)
  • Use Asynchronous Programming




Who .NET MAUI is for?

.NET MAUI is for developers who want to:

  • Write cross-platform apps in XAML and C#, from a single shared code-base in Visual Studio.
  • Share UI layout and design across platforms.
  • Share code, tests, and business logic across platforms.


Is .NET MAUI similar to Xamarin?

NET MAUI stands for . NET Multi-platform App UI. It is a bit of a mouthful but essentially all it is is the next iteration of Xamarin… Yes, it's Xamarin vNext, so instead of there being a Xamarin.


What platforms does Maui support?

  • NET MAUI) apps can be written for the following platforms:
  • Android 5.0 (API 21) or higher.
  • iOS 10 or higher.
  • macOS 10.13 or higher (using Mac Catalyst).
  • Windows desktop and the Universal Windows Platform (UWP), using Windows UI Library (WinUI) 3.


How does .NET MAUI work?

NET MAUI are fully ahead-of-time (AOT) compiled from C# into native ARM assembly code. macOS apps built using . NET MAUI use Mac Catalyst, a solution from Apple that brings your iOS app built with UIKit to the desktop, and augments it with additional AppKit and platform APIs as required. Windows apps built using .

Will .NET MAUI replace WPF?

NET MAUI is intended to unify and replace technologies like WPF. UWP or Xamarin. It's in preview at the moment, but it only matters if you want to release in the next four months.
















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