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Is ASP the future or not?

Discussion in 'C#' started by simplythewebst, Sep 26, 2011.

  1. johan smith

    johan smith Greenhorn

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    I am my views technology never ends but replaced by any other thing.SEMrush
     
    johan smith, Oct 24, 2013 IP
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  2. monkeye

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    #82
    You wish!
     
    monkeye, Oct 29, 2013 IP
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    MakZF Well-Known Member

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    #83
    ASP.net is huge. For building enterprise solutions ASP.Net is up there as one of the big frameworks.
     
    MakZF, Nov 1, 2013 IP
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    FTS!, Nov 2, 2013 IP
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    #85
    I think ASP.NET is superior for writing advanced and big web sites. I use PHP for smaller projects. I think both has a future.
     
    shurman, Nov 4, 2013 IP
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    #86
    ASP.NET is awesome and I've just used it on a couple of new sites. I'm a newbie so I can't post the links.

    PHP is just a mess of inconsistent function names and spaghetti HTML/code.

    I got a compliment from a guy on another forum who was impressed with my page loading speed. That's due to ASP.NET's built in caching.

    One thing I have changed is to move from SQL Server to MySQL. MySQL rocks, and it works great with ASP.NET.
     
    brettb, Nov 12, 2013 IP
  7. MakZF

    MakZF Well-Known Member

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    It doesn't have to be. PHP is a general purpose programming language and you can build up complex, organized software with it just like you can using the ASP.NET framework. And there's plenty of potential for .NET applications to be a mix of spaghetti code too.
     
    MakZF, Nov 14, 2013 IP
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    Vconsultants Greenhorn

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    #88
    ASP has a good future.
     
    Vconsultants, Dec 12, 2013 IP
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    #89
    Yes definitely. Asp is the future of programming.
     
    mkkhatri, Mar 31, 2017 IP
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    nspl_forum_user Greenhorn

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    With ASP.net Core the entire paradigm shifts to all kind of new possibilities.

    Self hosted Apps, Krestel Server, No dependency of IIS and Cross platform with support for Linux and iOS. A huge leap from the time this thread was started.
     
    nspl_forum_user, Jul 26, 2017 IP