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Last post Dec 22, 2012 07:48 PM by ryanbesko
Dec 09, 2012 05:43 PM|LINK
I have a project written in ASP.NET webforms using Visual Studio in C#. I must say, I like the whole paradigm very much, even the webforms bit (I know some don't like it, but I prefer it to MVC).
Well, anyway... I like ASP.NET, but the Windows 8 affair has dismayed me so much from Microsoft, I can't even look at the new VS 2012 without being repulsed (let alone the start screen). In short, I am just disgusted at Microsoft's current policy (and I
was a bit of a fan in the past! But W8 is just too much)
So, what's the alternative to asp.net and Visual Studio? Of course I know about PHP, Ruby etc. I am asking what is the framework that replicates the ASP.NET Webforms + Visual Studio experience as truthful as possible?
I know this post might sound a bit trollish on this forum.. trust me, I am NOT happy that I feel this way (I am particpating in this forum since almost
Dec 10, 2012 01:04 AM|LINK
Dec 10, 2012 09:01 AM|LINK
In short, I am just disgusted at Microsoft's current policy (and I was a bit of a fan in the past! But W8 is just too much)
In my opinion, no one forced you to install Windows 8. Personally I prefer Windows 7 and I'm still using it at my office and home. You should've also use it if you don't like Windows 8.
You can submit your idea/report bugs about the VS2012 through the below link
I am asking what is the framework that replicates the ASP.NET Webforms + Visual Studio experience as truthful as possible?
Nothing, really. That's why asp.net is known as a very powerful technology. If you really need an alternative, you can think of
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Dec 22, 2012 07:48 PM|LINK