0
votes
3answers
891 views

ASP.NET Web Forms is bad, or what am I missing? [closed]

Being a PHP guy myself I recently had to write a spider to an asp.net site. I was really surprised by the different approach to ajax and form-handling. For example, in the PHP sites I've worked with, ...
1
vote
4answers
397 views

Which ASP.Net programming model is closer to PHP? [closed]

I've been using ASP.Net WebForms for the last year or two at work for development, but I've used PHP for personal projects for 10 years. So, I'm far more adept at developing with PHP. When it comes ...
-1
votes
1answer
987 views

Moving from PHP to ASP.NET [closed]

I have been working for a long time with PHP, and tried to be as good as possible on it (good coding practices, knowing how every request is handled from the start to the end, etc.), but now, for job ...
2
votes
3answers
384 views

How do I (php developer) work with an asp.net developer? [closed]

I'm a php developer working on a startup, and my friend, my partner(a developer also), who is building the startup with me, is an asp.net/C# developer. How do we work together collaboratively, as we ...
6
votes
2answers
2k views

What is the difference between PHP and ASP.NET Web Forms in page size?

I plan to program web applications for small companies. When I read about ASP.NET Web Forms, I liked its way of building dynamic sites. However, I have heard from a friend that Web Forms could ...
-1
votes
1answer
469 views

Migrating from PHP to ASP .NET MVC [closed]

I plan on migrating a website from PHP to ASP .NET MVC. However, since the website is large and this migration can't be done in a short time I plan to use both MVC and PHP pages together. So the idea ...
4
votes
2answers
581 views

Is ASP.NET MVC completely (and exclusively) based on conventions?

--TL;DR Is there a "Hello World!" ASP.NET MVC tutorial out there that doesn't rely on conventions and "stock" projects? Is it even possible to take advantage of the technology without reusing the ...
10
votes
2answers
620 views

What is a good way to familiarize myself with PHP, coming from an ASP.NET background?

Currently, I'm very comfortable with building tools/web apps in an ASP.NET environment. I'm not really looking to leave tbh, as I really like C#, ASP.NET, MVC 3, Visual Studio, etc. However, right ...
27
votes
10answers
3k views

How do I pitch ASP.NET over PHP to a potential client? [closed]

I work at a Microsoft shop doing mainly web development. We had a client who asked us to review (improve) the data model for his web app, but said that he wants to develop his app in PHP (he knows "a ...
0
votes
2answers
324 views

Asp.net certification [closed]

I want to get my certification in .NET, which certification is the best for me? For the past 8 months I have been working in the .NET 3.5 and 4.0 frameworks. How can I grow myself by appearing this ...
1
vote
4answers
664 views

Learning PHP for an ASP.NET Developer [closed]

I am mostly developing on ASP.NET MVC and sometimes on ASP.NET WebForms. But when I hit a PHP web site, I always think that; Should I learn PHP? Assuming answer here is yes, where would be the ...
1
vote
5answers
3k views

Does AJAX need to use a server-side language such as PHP/ASP.NET/Java to access a database?

Does AJAX need to use a server-side language such as PHP/ASP.NET/Java to access a database? Or some sort of web service tied to these languages? Or is AJAX able to communicate directly with the ...
2
votes
3answers
2k views

What technologies are used for an Android/iPhone App to interact with a database

Do Android/iPhone Apps use AJAX to interact with the backend? If yes, is this common? Or do most apps use a different method for fetching database information. And if so, what other methods are there? ...
9
votes
6answers
967 views

What kind of Web development projects benefit from using ORM?

I'll start by saying that I've done 95% of my database work using SQL. Recently, I did some investigation of various ORMs, such as NHibernate and Doctrine. I can see the advantages of not needing to ...
2
votes
5answers
5k views

Which reporting tool you prefer for a web-based application? [closed]

For both PHP and ASP.NET, which reporting tool you prefer to create, preview and print reports? Not just printing the web-page directly, any professional third-party or an open-source tool.
32
votes
5answers
61k views

When to use PHP or ASP.NET? [closed]

I have worked extensively in developing web applications using PHP and ASP.NET, but one of the questions that I'm constantly asked by customers is whether to move forward with a php website or an ...
13
votes
7answers
7k views

Confused about ASP.NET Ajax, jQuery and JavaScript [closed]

Yesterday, I read couple of chapters on ASP.NET Ajax and jQuery from my ASP.NET 4 book and I found those frameworks pretty interesting and decide to learn more about them. Today, I borrowed some ...