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Ramesh Nagilla, Ramesh (2012)
Publisher: Mälardalens högskola, Akademin för innovation, design och teknik
Languages: English
Types: Bachelor thesis
Subjects: Software Engineering, Programvaruteknik
Web applications play an important role for many business purpose activities in the modernworld. It has become a platform for the companies to fulfil the needs of their business. In thissituation, Web technologies that are useful in developing these kinds of applications become animportant aspect. Many Web technologies like Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP), Active ServerPages (ASP.NET), Cold Fusion Markup Language (CFML), Java, Python, and Ruby on Rails areavailable in the market. All these technologies are useful to achieve the goals of Clients andbusiness organizations. ASP.NET and PHP are the most competing out of all the technologies.Most of the companies and developers think that one is better than other. The main aim of thisthesis is done by taking this point in to the consideration. A Photo Gallery application isdeveloped using ASP.NET and PHP in order to compare the two Web development technologies.Many points are taken in to consideration in order to differentiate them and conclude which oneis the better among the two technologies.
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