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    What do you prefer for your sites out of these two? This may as well be the difference Linux and Windows hosting server. So, let's see.
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    Definitelly PHP, because I have a friend who is a wizard in PHP, so why not exploit that when you can. It's always nice to have a friend, haha! I'm so bad...

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    • #3
      I choose PHP because it is widely supported and the open source community exploits it so much. It's easier to learn also, in my opinion.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Crazzy View Post
        I choose PHP because it is widely supported and the open source community exploits it so much. It's easier to learn also, in my opinion.
        Yes agree on that. I too usually tend to go with technologies and languages that are widely supported and have the community of people that are willing to help you. Learning is much easier that way.

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        • #5
          The choice of which development language to use commonly comes down to two popular choices asp or php. But why one might choose one over the other? IMO, mostly people choose php due the low cost of development, availability of tools, and comfort level with the open source. Any all it depends on users choice. You should consider following chart to analyze which one meets your demands.

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          • #6
            I agree with Rozzane. The majority of people use PHP because of the low developmental cost. But there are many other factors that encourage people to use PHP over ASP.NET and one of them is the strong community of PHP developers which is quite handy when you stuck with some issues.

            Btw, if you are using PHP then make sure you are using the latest version. FYI, PHP 5.3 is now official announced as its EOL. So you have to consider PHP 5.4 or 5.5, though 5.4 will be at its EOL within 8 months so it is better upgrading to 5.5. Also PHP 5.6 is also around the corner.
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            • #7
              ASP.Net is a very good and strong product, but because of the Microsoft’s greedy approach it’s falling behind. As PHP is an open source platform so no surprise to see many people using it, but still PHP is in the 7th position. Check this: Next Generation PHP

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