Quick tutorial on ASP.NET using C#

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In summary, the speaker recently learned about ASP.NET using C# and found it to be a great programming language. They have been using PHP for web development but are considering switching to .NET. However, they suggest considering the type of project being created, as .NET may be more suitable for enterprise level applications while PHP may be better for smaller sites.
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Just gave myself a quick tutorial on ASP.NET using C# and well damn its nice. PHP has been the programming language I have used for a few years to do web stuff and was wondering is this the time to switch to .NET or maybe its best to wait a year or two (before it blows everything away into little pieces)?
 
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Ask yourself this question. What are you trying to create. If it's an enterprise level application that uses need to use XML, SOAP and must be functional online and offline states then use .net, if your making small site with some dynamic content and function then use php. .net is a new way of doing things, but it's benefits are only really scene on the large scale.
 
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That's great to hear that you had a positive experience with ASP.NET using C#! It can definitely be intimidating to switch to a new programming language, but it sounds like you were able to pick it up quickly. As for whether or not it's the right time to switch from PHP to .NET, that ultimately depends on your specific needs and goals. ASP.NET has a lot of great features and benefits, but it's always important to do your own research and consider the pros and cons before making a decision. It's also worth noting that technology is constantly evolving and improving, so it's always a good idea to stay updated and continuously learn new skills. Ultimately, the decision to switch or not should be based on what will best suit your needs and help you achieve your goals.
 

1. What is ASP.NET?

ASP.NET is a web application framework developed by Microsoft that allows programmers to build dynamic web pages, applications, and services using various programming languages, including C#.

2. What are the advantages of using C# for ASP.NET?

C# is a powerful and modern programming language that is specifically designed for building web applications. It offers a wide range of features and tools, such as strong typing, automatic memory management, and a large standard library, which make it well-suited for developing robust and scalable ASP.NET applications.

3. How do I get started with ASP.NET using C#?

To get started with ASP.NET using C#, you will need to have the necessary software installed, including a code editor, the .NET Framework, and the ASP.NET development tools. You can then follow online tutorials or take a course to learn the basics of ASP.NET and C# programming.

4. What is the difference between ASP.NET Web Forms and ASP.NET MVC?

ASP.NET Web Forms and ASP.NET MVC are both frameworks for building web applications with ASP.NET. The main difference between them is the approach to web development. Web Forms uses a drag-and-drop model for creating web pages, while MVC follows a more structured and testable pattern. MVC is also newer and offers better support for modern web development techniques, such as client-side scripting and AJAX.

5. Can I use ASP.NET with other programming languages besides C#?

Yes, ASP.NET supports multiple programming languages, including C#, VB.NET, and F#. However, C# is the most commonly used language for ASP.NET development and is recommended for beginners due to its popularity and extensive resources available for learning.

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