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Last post Aug 24, 2005 07:02 PM by jfetters
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In my current work, i build the website application using PHP. And no one informed me that. It should not be used. :/
Because its considered as a scripting language, and they dont want it. But ASP is allowed. (heh)
Well, to cut my story short. I will be migrating from PHP to ASP.NET or CFM.
The only thing is, i can't decide which to use? Is it ASP.NET or CFM?
Im aware that this is an ASP.NET headquarters and CFM will not be the choice of others.
My only concern is, will ASP.NET be that easy/hard for a total PHP developer like me? As in i dont know how good can i be in ASP.NET, i have no idea what multiple languages are in a .NET. I saw a tutorial that it can use VB, C#? etc to develop/create ASP.NET.
What makes it so different with PHP? For PHP, i know its only one code. I mean, their is no other language inside it. Its PHP, thats it.
My current setup is PHP and MySQL, and most of the post on this forums, if they have migrated they sometimes choose MS SQL. I think that would be one of my scenario too.
Hope you got my situation right now. :/ Hope u can help me.
1. You can download .NET Framework which is Free
2. Use can use Web Matrix IDE for faster development which is Free
3. You can continue to use mySQL if required
4. The .NET and ASP.NET are much more robust than CF and are highly scalable.