You need to choose any one of this two? also describe why it is better than other?
PHP. first of all it is totally free bundle for developer. Next the hosting for php sites is very cheap. Easy to code language and almost integrate with every web server on internet. Do there is not match of ASP with PHP. PHP is at top.
PHP, it is cheaper, more flexible and easier.
PHP is much better and runs on both unix and windows, while ASP is really only a windows language.
ASP is almost gone, now it is ASP.NET. but php is an open source hence freely available
Probably better to read about them and come to your own conclusions.
PHP easier and it's cheaper to host it. But it depends on what you need.
I'd say the only correct answer is: it depends on the project.
PHP is better because it supports Wordpress in which sites can built easily and quickly and even owner can manage it easily after development through Admin panel.
Here is a very good article for further reading.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Which-web-desig … pros-and_1
1) I agree, Asp is better than Php, I can program in about 30 languages, including Classic Asp 3.0 and PHP, so i know what i'm talking.
2) Asp runs also in Linux the same way Php runs in IIS 6.0 - 7.0, with some extra configuration
3) Asp is more secure, the Php dependences make it open to easy hacking Php websites, in the previous versions we could even hack a php website only with a ridiculous cooquie manipulation
If you can't buy software you will always go for the freeware talking,
linux instead of the powerful MS Webservers
MySql instead of SQL and Oracle
Apache Webserver instead of IIS technologies
Php instead of Asp and Asp.net
Java as Developping language instead of C++ which can make fantastic Windows games that everyone likes to play, like the FPS...etc
Open Office that runs always to catch MS Office
You know something! i did learn in life that every language is good for anything, lets love our favorite without saying is better than others that we do nnot know how to work.
No offense, Love you all
I'd prefer PHP any day; so simple and easy to write in, and such a ridiculous wealth of open source sample code out there. The only situation that would change that, is if I were working in a shop that needed to place a front-end on an already Microsoft-dense operation. And even then I'd think twice.
I dont think you can say which is better, as it all depends on what you need to do. Its like asking whats a better drive, a bugatti veyron or a landrover? You might say bugatti but then what if I said the drive is over a rocky landscape. Now your answer should hopefully be a landrover. Depends tottally on what you need it for.
php is better than asp.net
asp.net is better than asp
then obviously php is better than asp!!!!
Great question. I coded ASP for a years, but PHP has more support for its open source features and there are just better more secure websites out there with PHP.
PHP! across the board integration, speed and functionality.
I am even using PHP to integrate data into CSS.
Can't do that with ASP.
you can see that facebook dot com is using PHP.
google is using either.
According to me, PHP is better an easier than ASP.
we don't need to buy additional packages in PHP like ASP.
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