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ASP.Net vs PHP Speed test

Discussion in 'C#' started by janemcgrath, Mar 18, 2010.

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    I have found some valuable facts regarding comparison between PHP and ASP.Net. I hope this will help a lot deciding between what to use for a professional web application development.
    SEMrush
    http://naspinski.net/post/AspNet-vs-php--speed-comparison.aspx

    Looking forward to other people feedback.
     
    janemcgrath, Mar 18, 2010 IP
    SEMrush
  2. bibinsmk

    bibinsmk Active Member

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    Its no doubt. ASP.net will win.
     
    bibinsmk, Mar 18, 2010 IP
  3. www.petermoss.com

    www.petermoss.com Guest

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    #3
    It is like saying: Which car is faster: Honda Civic or Toyota Corolla on a road with posted speed limit of 100 km/hr ?

    They are both good. Pick one, live happily ever after.
     
    www.petermoss.com, Mar 18, 2010 IP
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    Sorry, peter... most of the toyota cars are called back...kidding..

    Technically,

    depends how anyone code the application and nature of the application. The difference will be infinitesimal.
     
    jonmaster, Mar 18, 2010 IP
  5. rajendradhakal

    rajendradhakal Peon

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    Both are Good i hope
     
    rajendradhakal, Mar 25, 2010 IP
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    I think no difference .net and php in this matter
     
    emlak, Mar 26, 2010 IP
  7. batoo

    batoo Greenhorn

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    Before every1 says that asp is better,
    i just want to ask

    "Why all wolrd biggest sites are php?"

    p.s i think asp is better but i cant find answer on question above :d
     
    batoo, Mar 28, 2010 IP
  8. john.michael.kane.kane

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    they are both good.
     
    john.michael.kane.kane, Mar 29, 2010 IP
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    ASP .net pages are compiled and therefore faster. PHP on the other hand is an interpreted language.
     
    fly26, Apr 12, 2010 IP
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    The speed of the app is going to rely on so many things - server processor speed, disk speeds, database server connection (local or remote), local caching etc that either script language is going to perform well enough given similar variables. Just look at some of the biggest sites out there. facebook - php, microsoft - aspx there is no perceptible difference...
     
    cDc, Apr 18, 2010 IP
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    Thanks for the discussion..it cool ..and give valuable information..
     
    Thomasan, Apr 22, 2010 IP
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    1. Because PHP is *not* Microsoft.
    2. Because PHP was a mature product before there was asp.net
    3. Because there is no reason to learn/convert from a huge investment in PHP
    4. Because number 1, again
     
    longcall911, May 8, 2010 IP