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    Re: ASP - PHP - JSP ... which is better?

    To create a good secure website, I will recommend to use ASP.NET. It's the best language ever.

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    Re: ASP - PHP - JSP ... which is better?

    php is better i am using this, and here is some advantages and disavantages of php which is following, read this you will automatically come to know which is better

    • PHP is accessible
    • ** It's available for free
      • It's available with documentation in many languages
      • There are many support groups, forums, and teams supporting PHP
      • There is a wealth of online information regarding PHP
    • It's quick to develop in PHP
    • ** A basic PHP script can be created without a firm understanding of programming principals, compilation, and other currently important programming concepts
      • PHP is loosely typed, which makes basic scripts much faster to develop with less attention to design
    • Programmers of Java, PERL, BASIC, and other popular languages can find many parallels to ease transition to PHP
    • PHP is flexible. Use OOP or not. Use naming convention(s) or not
    • It runs on many different operating systems
    • It can be optimized, even "compiled" for performance closer to that of more established compiled languages


    Disadvantages:

    • Out of the box, PHP tends to execute more slowly than assembly, C, and other compiled languages
    • PHP is loosely typed. For developers of all skill levels, this allows room for unexpected behavior due to programmer error that many other languages might not permit. [Of course, few if any languages can protect from developer error!]
    • There are many ways to do one thing, and many cases where a function has ambiguous handling due to legacy support or PHP development history.


    Advantages:
    - Open Source, readily available (you can be using it today) and dual-
    licensed - if you are doing non-profit work or not licensing, there is no cost.
    - Very Easy to understand Syntax, some really cool features (arrays
    are something else!)
    - Interfaces very easily with Apache/MySQL
    - Server side (no need to futz with client installs - only with
    rendering issues if you use CSS).
    - Lots of good source code out there to use and/or learn from, as well
    as many useful libraries for working with PDFs, graphics, etc.
    - Lots of good books and on-line help (php.net is great)
    - Platform agnostic, can run on Windows Linux or Mac servers. Also
    very scalable.
    - Lots of hosting services have it ready to use, no special
    configuration (except if you have special security needs)
    - Pretty easy to access other web-based tools through PHP (i.e. google
    maps, etc.)

    Disadvantages

    - If you want to do more than just HTML/CSS pages on the client you
    need to also add javascript, java or other client-side language in
    your output (goes for Perl and some other languages).
    - The way browsers work make handling data and coding programs more
    interesting (technically each page is a new run on the system, so you
    have to manage your variables coming in and going out and between
    pages. Not hard, just different.)
    - Web programming (regardless of language) is open to security flaws
    due to unimplemented or unknown vulnerabilities, takes a bit more
    caution.


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    Re: ASP - PHP - JSP ... which is better?

    Nirma1234 welcome to PSG.

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    Re: ASP - PHP - JSP ... which is better?

    What a chain reaction

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    I use php and I think that is a language of future

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    Re: ASP - PHP - JSP ... which is better?

    you are right vimal.I am totally agree with your answer.

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    Re: ASP - PHP - JSP ... which is better?

    I prefer PHP because there are a lot of code examples in the internet

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    Re: ASP - PHP - JSP ... which is better?

    See every one has his point of view, for me ASP(Latest ASP.NET) is best as it has complete functionality of opp, database integration and much much more which php and jsp can not even smell.

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    Re: ASP - PHP - JSP ... which is better?

    Quote Originally Posted by munawarmunir View Post
    which php and jsp can not even smell.
    MMMMMmmmmmmmmmmm

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    Re: ASP - PHP - JSP ... which is better?

    Is it just me or is spam just allowed here of late, it's so obvious these are here to just lock and load - post counts a post count i suppose?

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