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ASP or ASP.net?

Discussion in 'C#' started by umairraja52, Nov 9, 2010.

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    I am planing to develop my website which based on database etc.
    SEMrush
    My question is that which language is suitable for me to develop my website and easy to use and handle too.

    I have one month for it and this website have different 50 databases pages.
     
    umairraja52, Nov 9, 2010 IP
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  2. AstarothSolutions

    AstarothSolutions Peon

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    Classic ASP has been all but dead for many years.

    Unless you only know Classic ASP and don´t know .Net there is no reason at all to use it
     
    AstarothSolutions, Nov 9, 2010 IP
  3. seotraining

    seotraining Active Member

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    As most of the clients need asp.net and asp is not used in most of the cases i think asp.net is the best option to have more faster development
     
    seotraining, Nov 10, 2010 IP
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    Forget about classic asp. Asp.net has the most current features including AJAX.

    Handling databases with asp.net is a breeze with grid view. Then there is also the lead in to Silverlight once you know asp.net.
     
    longcall911, Nov 11, 2010 IP
  5. bibinsmk

    bibinsmk Active Member

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    No doubts, come to ASP.net. Using ASP.net you can do fast coding and implementation. For your requirement asp.net is the best.
     
    bibinsmk, Nov 16, 2010 IP
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    Of course you should choose ASP.NET, ASP is already obsolete
     
    jeffrey78, Nov 16, 2010 IP
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    dansari Active Member

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    To go against the grain slightly, whilst I agree that ASP.NET is definitely the way to go, it also helps to know classic ASP because that will help you to understand many of the problems that ASP.NET has solved.
     
    dansari, Nov 16, 2010 IP
  8. AstarothSolutions

    AstarothSolutions Peon

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    Hmmmmm.... not convinced .Net "fixed the problems of ASP". There really arent many similarities beyond the name and the stack it sits on. One is an inline scripting the other utilises full OOP and runs from compiled code etc.

    It is interesting to see how the web has changed over time but then you could suggest someone starts by learning good old CGI to see how we got from that to inline scripting such as ASP or PHP
     
    AstarothSolutions, Nov 19, 2010 IP
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    ASP.net, very simple to learn compared with other web programming languages. And of course, ASP classic is dead.
     
    sjose888, Nov 19, 2010 IP
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    ASP is obsolete. ASP.Net has many features which helps to develop web programming. I could suggest you to go for ASP.Net
     
    teamaguilar, Nov 21, 2010 IP
  11. whjtoby

    whjtoby Greenhorn

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    asp.net is the latest. I chose him
     
    whjtoby, Nov 24, 2010 IP
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    I think asp is out. I chose asp.net.
     
    sweety8786, Dec 1, 2010 IP
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    I think Asp.net is best use for making website in current time, you can use the Asp.net..
     
    bulochc83, Dec 10, 2010 IP
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    asp.net is easier and more powerful to use than asp. there is no reason to stick to asp unless u have low cpu processor that cannot support .net framework.
    even if u only know asp, u can learn asp.net quickly with asp knowledge.
     
    myfire, Dec 24, 2010 IP
  15. Mr.AD

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    ASP.NET is the good choice. It is developing by Microsoft. Beside that, you should use some frameworks (like Spring, MVC,... Google for more). They will help you decrease your developing time.
     
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    ASP.NET, ASP have been deprecated so it should only be used for maintenance.
     
    miguelf, Jan 13, 2011 IP
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    ASP.NET is better than ASP
     
    PicsWalls, Jan 14, 2011 IP
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    I would prefer to go with asp.net as asp.net have a studio and provide quick development
     
    websiteguru, Jan 15, 2011 IP
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    asp.net is the way to go.
     
    MiaSucksDicks, Jan 22, 2011 IP
  20. kapisoorseo

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    ASP.NET provides three primary forms of caching: page level output caching, user control level output caching (or fragment caching), and the Cache API. Output caching and fragment caching have the advantage of being incredibly simple to implement, and are sufficient in many cases. The cache API provides additional flexibility (quite a lot, in fact), and can be used to take advantage of caching throughout every layer of an application.
    Page Level Output Caching
    Fragment Caching, User Control Output Caching
    Caching API, Using the Cache Object
     
    kapisoorseo, Jan 22, 2011 IP