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Which Do You Think Is Best?

Postby xiaoaiz1865 » Thu Nov 25, 2004 5:26 pm

htm, html, xml, jsp, php, etc...

I like PHP so far. ^^
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Postby ruturajv » Fri Nov 26, 2004 7:42 am

PHP obviously the easiest to code :D
But its should support, response, request objects
and application (objects/variables) somehow ... :-|
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Postby codere » Wed Sep 19, 2007 9:55 pm

Yes i will also go for php...
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Postby gesf » Mon Sep 24, 2007 7:40 am

Client-side languages like html, xml and so on... we all use inevitably and independently of the server-side language.
But of course i'll also vote for PHP as the most exciting programming language....
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Re: Which Do You Think Is Best?

Postby nozavroni » Thu Dec 06, 2007 11:28 pm

i definitely know php better than any other language. what I've seen of ruby and python makes me sort of loathe php's object model, but when it comes to just getting things done quickly, there really is nothing better than php.

you know what I've come to really enjoy lately is javascript. it is really a beautiful language when you get past all of the tedious-ness (is that a word?) of dom-scripting.
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Re: Which Do You Think Is Best?

Postby tsu4five » Wed Apr 16, 2008 1:05 pm

If you like JavaScript, you might find C# easy to learn, and that you could use for ASP.Net. I don't really think there is a BEST language, it's always something that's suited best for a particular task (like ASP.Net for running Microsoft apps). The thing is though, the more languages you know, the more rewarding it gets. and at the moment ASP.Net is the best paid option. Combining that with PHP and JS knowledge and you're cool ;)
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Re: Which Do You Think Is Best?

Postby Alexej Kubarev » Sun May 18, 2008 1:23 am

PHP is easiest to start with, advanced PHP is not much easier as JSP.
By advanced PHP i mean following all best practices, finding most optimal solutions, building big systems that are easier to maintain (would most likely involve using MVC pattern design) and so on..

PHP makes it a bit faster to code than, for instance Java however easier... i wouldn't say that.

And for being best.. depends on what you are going to do. Both JSP and PHP have their upsides and downsides.

About, C# and so on.. Its still about upsides and downsides. And different projects require different languages applied, as well as different patterns.
If you are going to make a project to interact with Microsoft Share Point server or BizTalk then you probably want to use as its way better to do it using native API for those languages.
If you are going to interact with with some server side applications that are written with Java and expose some JAVA libraries, or just use JAVA libs -- stick to JSP (even thou it can be done with PHP as well, but i still do not think its perfect).

If you want to do something completely standalone, robust, easy to develop -- PHP is for you. Now don't think that PHP is for hobby or something, hell no -- its Enterprise level. All of the tasks i have mentioned above are possible to do with any of the languages. Its just a matter of your knowledge in them and evaluating pre-requisites for the project.
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