0
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1answer
111 views

To use or not to use a backing app for website?

By suggestion in comments, I'll try to rephrase my question to better reflect my problem: I have to present users (few at first, as many as possible later) with a website. There they will be able to ...
3
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2answers
171 views

Is it a good idea to develop website that only has little access to DB? CRUD will be done by calling API provided by separate internal backend system

I'm going to start developing an application in near future. This application consists of : Back-end system. This system provides API to be used by client. This system connects to data store and ...
-2
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1answer
487 views

Do we need even more web frameworks in C# now that async await is here

Developing endless frameworks for web application, websites and web services is always great fun. It's one of the richest areas where you have 100 different ways of achieving pretty much the same ...
2
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2answers
4k views

What should I learn to be backend web developer? [closed]

I want to be a web developer and because I don't want to get into designing (and stuff like that) so I thought I should become a backend developer (also more suited because of my course i.e. b.tech in ...
1
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2answers
213 views

Is it better to define all routes in the Global.asax than to define separately in the areas?

I am working on a MVC 4 project that will serve as an API layer of a larger application. The developers that came before me set up separate Areas to separate different API requests (i.e Search, ...
7
votes
2answers
520 views

What are some good ways for an experienced .NET client developer to start learning web development?

My background is as follows. I've been programming since I was young, worked in BASIC, then Asm for M68K, then C, C++, and now I've spent the past 5 years in .NET becoming a rather good .NET ...
0
votes
3answers
518 views

What are the pre-requisites for writing .NET web services?

I am very new to web development. I have been a C,C++ programmer for 5 years and I'm starting to get into the web development, writing web services, etc. I understand that basic concepts of web ...
8
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6answers
5k views

PHP and performance

I always hear that PHP is for medium and small websites whereas .NET and Java for enterprise applications. My question is about PHP. Why is PHP not a good option for enterprise web applications? Is it ...
2
votes
3answers
278 views

How to update display during large processing job

I have an ASP.NET C# application that needs to go off and iterate through a directory of .xml files and do some processing on the data inside them. This is easy enough, but i need to display the ...
17
votes
6answers
38k views

How should data be passed between client-side Javascript and C# code behind an ASP.NET app?

I'm looking for the most efficient / standard way of passing data between client-side Javascript code and C# code behind an ASP.NET application. I've been using the following methods to achieve this ...
4
votes
2answers
1k views

Exposing business logic as WCF service

I'm working on a middle-tier project which encapsulates the business logic (uses a DAL layer, and serves a web application server [ASP.net]) of a product deployed in a LAN. The BL serves as a bunch of ...
0
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1answer
212 views

ELMAH - Where does it fit right…?

The question title may not be correct. I have worked in a very big ASP.NET web application (without using MVC), there I used a simple error handling strategy : Enclose every statement in try..catch ...
16
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2answers
1k views

Does F# offer anything particularly useful for database-driven web development?

My organization finally upgraded to MS Visual Studio 2010 this year. One of the big new features that Visual Studio 2010 offers is the F# programming language. I understand that F# offers a ...
2
votes
4answers
608 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 ...
5
votes
1answer
2k views

Is “VS Lightswitch” the “Oracle APEX” from Microsoft?

What do you think? Is "Visual Studio Lightswitch" becoming the "Oracle APEX" for SQL Server in the futrure? Are these two technologies comparable?
2
votes
3answers
496 views

What's missing in ASP.NET MVC?

I think that most people would agree that ASP.NET MVC is one of the better technologies Microsoft has given us. It gives full control over the rendered HTML, provides separation of concerns and suites ...
4
votes
7answers
1k views

Is LAMP the cheapest way to run a dynamic website? [closed]

I know that .NET cost alot if you are thinking from different points of view: the database, the servers,etc. When I think about Java or JSP I'm not sure how much does it cost and how it is comparted ...
18
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4answers
16k views

Anyone who has taken 70-515 TS: Web Applications Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4 exam? [closed]

I'm planning to take 70-515 exam and I can't find any training kit for it from MS press at the moment. Therefore, I'm reading the book for 70-562 which covers framework 3.5. I would like to know if ...