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    Hello Users!

    I have created my website using technique HTML, CSS, JavaScript and Ajax. It has been completed and I want to use database for same website.

    So, in which language I do convert my website? Which one is better and why? I found DotNet is better.
    Please give your suggestions.

    thanks

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    Asking which language is 'better' is a very subjective question, everyone will have a different opinion. Which language you should use is going to depend on your situation:
    • What languages are supported on your web hosting/server?
    • Do you have any programming experience with server-side languages?
    • Do you have any specific technology requirements that might narrow your choice of language (e.g. if you wanted to have real-time chat features, you'd want to consider Node.js)

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    Thanks @fretburner

    Website is not hosted yet and I don't know server side programming. Also, the requirement is not critical too. Just I need to use database. My be I will have to change website earlier, may need to add content and pages. So, what technique will be better to make these changes easily.

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    Well, that being the case, I'd suggest going with PHP. From a hosting perspective, it's far the most commonly available language (even cheap hosting often comes with PHP support), and there's also a very active PHP board here on the forum where you can get help and advice.

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    @fretburner
    Okay... thanks for your recommendation.

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    If you have 0 server side programming experience then Ruby on Rails might be perfect for you. With PHP, you still have to build a tech stack to build a good app...not that I know much about PHP but I've heard people are using MVC framework like CakePHP and Zend or something. Good thing about Ruby on Rails is that it pre-selected the tech stack you need and it already provides you with default project structure and etc... Definitely, pick up a book on RoR and you be ready to go.

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    The OP has found the answer

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