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tester_geniusd
04-12-2006, 06:51 AM
Hi.
I need to do some site. What language is appropriate for this (JAVA, PHP or ASP). I am beginner programmer but I look for best decision. Please help.

Thank you.

Tech_32
04-12-2006, 09:49 AM
Hi.
I need to do some site. What language is appropriate for this (JAVA, PHP or ASP). I am beginner programmer but I look for best decision. Please help.

Thank you.

Java is fancy.......slow loading.........

If you are building a website for the purposes of making ungawdly amounts of money, then I would suggest highly that you keep it light in the use of java scripting *of any kind.

.PHP in a secondary directory with .htm or .html in the front end, pointing to your.php using "absolute links".

Bots have always had trouble with *variables and chances are they always will.

We set up our clients in this fashion, and many are listed in just days, sometimes even before we've completed the optimization process.

.ASP would be fine I suppose, but in any number of ways, .PHP could be a prefered choice.

Either way though........don't run just straight dynamics.......give the bots something they can use by way of .htm in the parent directory.

Tech_32
05-07-2006, 11:31 AM
Server software stability comes to mind when considering PHP.

.ASP could be alright, but Windows Server has many more issues than Linux, in that Windows Server gets broken into much more often than Linux.

Young hackster techno geeks aren't real interested in taking the time that's needed to learn *command line.......actually, they just aren't that bright. So Windows Server is their prefered target at just about any level when it comes to their attempting to compromise security.

Windows Server GUI makes it so much easier to screw things up as well, if you don't know what you're doing. Some say Windows Server is easier. It is more expensive as a whole, and though it is easier as far as config is concerned for the end user, it is also easier for the would be hacks.

If you want stability, optimal performance and good security........Linux should be your first choice.

seoindiawebhost
05-10-2006, 12:08 PM
You can always go with your clients requirement.
PHP rocks now a days its faster n its quite easy to setup. Asp.net is also boomin u can get in all windows hosting.

Java (JSP) is bit costlier almost double and it takes time to load pages.. so not good

I can say better go for Linux... its cheap n faster n easy to use

ASP-Hosting.ca
05-11-2006, 11:35 AM
ASP.NET is an excellent choice, but you need a Windows hosting plan to be able to use it.

theheavenly
05-12-2006, 01:53 PM
I need to do some site.
What's the type of site? you're going to develop.

For Multi-Tier Architecture projects JAVA will help.
For E-Commerce and other sites PHP rocks. ASP also do well but only for Windows.

ASP-Hosting.ca
05-12-2006, 02:48 PM
I agree. I do not recommend using ASP version for Linux called Chillisoft ASP for Linux.

TomH
05-28-2006, 05:16 PM
Stick with Linux for Perl, PHP, Python...go to Windows if you want to use ASP or ASP.net.

Tom

innovative2001
06-18-2006, 09:05 AM
Hello,

Please note that you can choose the language for the developing of your site as you like because all these language has some advantages and some good features. All these languages are good for the site developing.
:)

Allenhan
07-03-2006, 02:28 AM
maybe you should try PHP it is easy to use...

gobeer123
07-25-2006, 12:51 AM
I know only HTML, so I can't help much...

ByteShack
08-09-2006, 05:45 PM
It really depends on what you are trying to do. For a site, simple HTML would work. However if you are doing more complicated tasks, it may be a wise idea to use php.

oec-llc.com
08-14-2006, 10:06 AM
Advantage of PHP is that there is really lot of free software available for download. ASP / ASP.NET are 2 languages really different. You'll need a Windows server with ASP.NET and it is really more expensive than a linux server.

PHP is good to start your first scripts and you'll find a large community to help you on the internet.

sample directory of script (free/ and commercial) : hotscripts.com / scripts.com and many more

loon
09-19-2006, 12:44 AM
Use ASP.net it is fairly easy. If you really want easiest one. Choose dotnetnuke, it is a portal... even the non programmer can create a website