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palpandi
palpandi • Dec 18, 2012

Which is the best web programming language?

Which Web Programming Language is Best(php,.net,etc..,)??
Abhishek Rawal
Abhishek Rawal • Dec 18, 2012
Php is free & have very large developer community & have actively involved in OpenSource community.While some Asp libs can even cost you,that is sad.Platform is main concern in asp, php supports cross-platform.
Coming to speed asp.net wins over php,compiled lang always defeats interpreted lang.
Even though I think, PhP is better than Asp, an OpenSource - Crossplatform - high Security.Hence, even facebook & google uses it.
Edit : My words were messed up, maybe 'cuz i am posting it from android, my cursor messed it up.so, re-arranged it 😀
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • Dec 18, 2012
As always, the answer depends upon the specific use. PHP might be the best choice in some cases while ASP might offer an edge in some. So there can't be a way to give a general opinion which is the best programming language. You'll have to tell us the specific use and requirements so that we can tell you which language could be a 'better' option.

I've personally seen Ruby On Rails taking a lead these days because of the scaffolding techniques it offers. You can literally deploy a twitter clone in < 15 minutes using it.

On the other hand, PHP has been used by several leading portals (including CrazyEngineers). So unless we know what's the specific use, we won't be able to give you a correct answer.
palpandi
palpandi • Dec 18, 2012
I want to learn any one of the language...
I've interest in both PHP and ASP..
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • Dec 18, 2012
palpandi
I want to learn any one of the language...
I've interest in both PHP and ASP..
Then pick up any language that interests you more. PHP has a lot of applications in the open source world and there are a ton of companies that recruit ASP.net experts. In reality, language is just a set of instructions that you need to mug up. Once you're comfortable with the 'logic' part and can write algorithms like a pro, you should be comfortable coding in any damn programming language in the world.

...and I've had my friends who 'demonstrated' that to me. He masted PERL in just a week.

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