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    Php vs ASP.NET

    I receive work from my Clients for dynamic website. They do not mention which technology to use.

    I am always confused about PHP or ASP.NET, now the work is increasing therefore I want to compare it properly.

    Please help me.

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    Search the forum, plenty of flame wars to reference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by logic_earth View Post
    Search the forum, plenty of flame wars to reference.
    True enough
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    No comparison. PHP is an interpreted language ASP.NET is a framework that can be coded by a variety of languages that are compiled before being run. If you are considering one over the other I would suggest you learn both. PHP will do anything you want it too but some clients will demand .NET even though it might be overkilll for what they really need.
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    I have experience in both the languages. I just want to find which one to choose?

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    Well IMO, that's really up to you and your experience or the clients preference if they have one. Like logic_earth said this topic has been debated to death. It's your call.
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    i work in both Php and Asp.net , and what i feel is

    " its up to the client (if u have experience in both ) , if client wants to pay more then use Asp.net and if Client wants to pay low in hosting then use PHP .

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    My Clients pay the same amount for both, they don't choose the technology. We have to decide about which technology to use? Is there any ready set method to refer about choosing the technology?


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