CMS: Asp.net versus PHP

Posted: March 19, 2008 in asp.net, CMS, php and Mysql, Web Design
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I have asked alot of people their opinions on this subject. Basically asp.net versus php in the Content Mangement System areana. What I have found is that most developers 4-1 like php CMS better than asp.net CMS. Not only from a design standpoint but from a development standpoint as well.

Are the days of clunky Microsoft web technology on there way out. I would have to say yes. As the Open Source Community far out weighs Microsoft’s technology and the costs associated with Microsoft’s licensing fees. Open source is not only free but widely supported in the online community. Even for the most robust solutions php and Mysql seem to be dominating the main stream development community.

So whats your opinion on the matter? asp.net or php for CMS….

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Comments
  1. Hi Tatem,

    Very helpful technical stuffs. Just visited your blog and I enjoyed reading your posts. If u are interested pls visit our website The Content Annex.

    Cheers,
    Jeremy Byrnes

  2. Josef Telmer says:

    Very useful information. Thanks for this. You got a great blog .I will be interested in more similar topics.I’m very interested in CMS and all its related subjects.

  3. John conrad says:

    one more nice topic in your blog and nice comments too keep it up, If you advise some more related links to topic. I’m very interested in CMS and all its related subjects.

  4. Minda says:

    Hey! Would you mind if I share your blog with my zynga group?
    There’s a lot of people that I think would really enjoy your content.
    Please let me know. Thanks

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