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03-04-2007, 07:03 PM
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I am wondering if anyone here develops in asp.net.

if you do, have you created web apps yet? I am realeasing one soon so ill update this thread soon.

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03-05-2007, 09:06 AM
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Hey,

Yes i develop in asp.net (C#) created quite a few internal apps for the company i work for... very powerfull way to develop..

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I don't currently have a web server with asp.net on it, but I do use it on my own computer and I think it's great .

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I am learning asp.net 2.0 c#, I am in the works of my portfolio script.

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i built a website using asp.net. i like how reusable the code is, and how performant it is. i don't think i could ever code in php afterwards.

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I do most of my web applications in .Net using MonoRail. It's as close as you get to Ruby on Rails but with all the extra great features of the .Net framework!

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Hi,

I develop all my projects in C#.NET especially CRM's and Content Management Systems. If you're new to the .net platform then stick with it, you'll soon realise how object orientated programming makes life so much easier. Re-usable code is the main advantage.

Over the last two years I have developed a massive library of code, which means I never have to develop anything from scratch anymore.

Good look with the release. If you need any pointers, just give me a shout.

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Hey, I have been a freelancer for years and have developed and published quite a few sites in .NET, including a few using the new ajax extentions.

It gets a bad wrap, but .NET really is a great language for developing websites.

David

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I have multiple client projects going on using ASP.NET with C#. Once you master the whole event thing with postbacks, it's actually pretty cool to use. But when I want to go light and fluffy (and free), I end up doing LAMP instead.

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Nowadays you can develop with .NET for free just like LAMP. Just get the express editions of visual studio and SQL Server and have at it.

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