[dba-VS] ASP.net & C#
paul.hartland at googlemail.com
Mon Jul 20 09:45:42 CDT 2020
Just the company I work for use it, so thought I would start with that, but
I will be looking at php and mysql also.
On Mon, 20 Jul 2020, 15:44 Stuart McLachlan, <stuart at lexacorp.com.pg> wrote:
> Any reason for lerning asp.net/ c# ndSQL Server rather than PHP, Apche
> and mySQL?
> About 80% of websites with serverside programming use the latter
> Apche and mySQL hosting is almost invariably a lot cheaper than Windows
> and SQL Server
> Personally I found PHP/mySQL easy to pick up It's much simpler than
> learning c# and
> Whichever, I would suggest doing all of the development locally nd
> migrating to a web host
> when you areready.
> On 20 Jul 2020 at 14:31, Paul Hartland via dba-VS wrote:
> > To all,
> > At long last I am going to give myself a kick and teach myself asp.net
> > & c#, I have a web project in mind and will be using sql as the
> > database, when I have it how I want it, csn I just subscribe to a
> > webhost, throw a copy of my database on there, change the connection
> > strings for the webhost and publish the asp.net & c# code or is it
> > advisable to get a webhost first and create my database there then use
> > visual studio and connect to the webhost sql server.
> > Thanks in advance for any help on this.
> > Paul
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