Last post May 17, 2011 10:33 AM by solideagle
May 10, 2011 05:21 AM|solideagle|LINK
i am new to asp.net. i only know how to use it only implemented 3 tier architecture but my senior and colleague was telling me great architectures in java like Struts, Tiles and java Server Faces. why these architectures are not in asp.net and asp.net relies
on MVC architecture which is the oldest i believe. Strut is mature and everyone knows it and there are jobs specifically to struts but in Asp.Net this is not the case. why is that? or Asp.Net is not good for Enterprise applications because almost every banking
applications are made in Java and servers are Linux for security.
is Asp.Net built for handling Enterprise level projects because PHP we all know Facebook is running on PHP but i do not know major sites using Asp.Net.
I apologize in advance if my question does not look humble or offended.
May 10, 2011 06:17 AM|anujtripathi|LINK
Just to give you some sample, below is the list of website which is using asp.net webform [or asp.net MVC]
Dot Net kicks
Like Java and other web related technology .Net too have design patterns and SOA. Yes, it is true that Java is considerd true but there are several other factor which make asp.net prefer over JSP/PHP.
Like Struts asp.net too have MVC and MVP architecture.
Hope this will help
May 17, 2011 10:33 AM|solideagle|LINK
thank you these are great websites example...one thing people always brag about asp.net that it can not handle large scale queries when using with SQL Server because it is slow. Oracle is the real deal. is that that the case? why SQL Server is considered
slower than Oracle?
Asp.Net indeed has MVC Architecture but not like java strut, java server faces...and one more i cant remember publish architecture (scoring live chat etc etc)...asp.net indeed looks powerful but why Banking softwares are not mad in .NET is it because of
the security although Java is open source.