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Old January 7th, 2010, 06:21 PM
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What's your favorite application architecture?

... and why?

I apologize if this is a dead horse.

Most of my experience has been front end web development (HTML, CSS, javascripting, etc) - but over the last several years have progressively moved deeper into the guts of various sites coded in PHP, ASP "Classic" and most recently C# .NET.

I'm finding I love the ease of development in .NET, but since I've a pretty good idea of the kind of javascripting it's doing to pass info back and forth for all those nice gridviews and suchlike, I don't quite *trust* it yet. The code process is awesome, it looks nice, but I can't quite shake the feeling there's too much going on in a black box I can't access and don't trust.


SO.. now that I'm starting on a couple large applications that need to be able to scale to LOTS of users - is it best to stick in C#/.NET? Or are there other architectures I should be looking at while I'm still at the ground floor level?

Is there a good breakdown of the plusses and minuses of each approach?


Thank you!

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Old December 5th, 2012, 07:38 AM
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what's your favorite application architecture?

For me, Java is the finer application architecture than .Net and C#, but most people thinks that it is quite difficult to deal with.

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Old December 10th, 2012, 08:01 AM
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what's your favorite application architecture?

With the continuation of my above reply, PHP is demanding programming language as it is open source, easy to code and secure too.

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Old January 21st, 2013, 07:42 AM
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What's your favorite application architecture?

In my opinion PHP is best.

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