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ASP.NET vs PHP , Last debate from different perspectives

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 17, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

Hi All.

We know that these two technologies perform well in the web today, and here we want eveyone to compare between them with scientific view (don't say this one is better or that one is worse). You should say what do you know about both and what do you think about the future of them.

Here are some few points that you can use in your comparison:

1- Easy to learn and develop.

2- Peformance.

3- IDEs.

4- Shine future and extendibility.

5- Security.

5- Popularity.

6- Cost.


I will come back with my views later on. You should say yours now. Wink

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