( This page is for .NET Desktop Programs. Click HERE for .NET WEB Programs )
C# and VB.NET Programming Services at Cambria
When speaking of .Net most of us usually think of ASP.NET being used to create Web Applications. But .Net tools can also be used to develop for for the desktop and that is what this page is about. See our web programming section for our ASP.Net services. You will see the same cast of characters in each section.
Cambria started focusing on .NET programming in 2002 and since then has been consistent in delivering high quality work. Refer to the client testimonials. Cambria has completed a number of .NET desktop apps, using either C# or VB.NET, ranging from small utility to enterprise apps.
Cambria .NET Team
Cambria's.NET team is comprised of Microsoft certified developers, each with years of experience in software consulting and continuously updating their skills to be on top of the latest in both web-related and Windows technologies. The team is also skilled in integrating web and desktop apps via web services and web APIs.
Cambria .NET Team's expertise includes:
- Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF)
- Windows Phone 7
- Telerik UI Components (Winforms, WPF and ASP.NET)
- Data access tools that includes Entity Framework, LINQ to SQL and ADO.NET
- Database design and implementation
- E-commerce solutions specifically PayPal and Authorize.Net
- Web services and web API's
- IIS and web server configuration
- Converting desktop applications to web
Why Choose .NET Platform
Microsoft's .NET framework enables unified code for developing dynamic web, desktop and mobile applications. This makes development faster and easier to maintain for medium and enterprise web and desktop applications. Examples of high traffic websites that use ASP.NET are Microsoft Visual Studio and Paint.NET.
1 Cambria Client Roger Williams. The program you use every day is an “executable”. It is created from “source code” written by the programmer. If you own it, anyone can modify the program. If not, you are at the mercy of the vendor. Make sure you own it.