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Web development suggestions please

Discussion in 'General Programming Chat' started by verifiedaccts, Oct 2, 2012.

  1. verifiedaccts

    verifiedaccts Regular Member

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    We are thinking to develop a website related with traveling .We want to keep records of people who will buy the packages using the affiliates from our website .We also want that people signup before they buy some ticket or some package from our website .Can some one suggest which language will be batter for this and what else we can use to make it fast and reliable ? .We should use C# along with Ajax or php ? also tell me which one is secure and reliable .please suggest me i would be really grateful to you guys thanks and advance
     
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  2. lisper

    lisper Newbie

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    Your options are:

    PHP + Apache/Nginx
    Javascript + nodejs
    Ruby on rails
    Python + Tornado
    Clojure + Ring/Noir/Compojure/anything else that you might run on the JVM
    The JVM (probably overkill, but still a possibility)
    and many more...

    On the client side, you are pretty much limited to Javascript. There are however a bunch of higher-level languages around that compile to Javascript trying to expand and/or provide solutions to Javascript's limitions, however knowledge of Javascript is still required.

    Generally keep in mind that producing a web application today requires knowledge in many domains. You gotta take care of the server side (one language) of the client side (another language), the markup/css, database operations and so on. The only thing that truly comes close to a full solution, where server/client codebase can be shared is nodejs. I suggest you go through the above mentioned list on google and see what works best for you.
     
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    adh0c Newbie

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    My first thought was Visual Studio .Net server-side... Javascript ( / TypeScript) client-side... however like any language, it takes time to learn.

    Once you learn it though, Visual Studio provides a rich set of features to rapidly produce quality websites and applications. There are many options though and it's a lot like asking a Spanish, Arabic, and a English person which language is best to speak in... Your going to get responses related to what those people are familiar with.

    All in all, if your asking what language would be best... your far from beginning your project. Lots to learn but look into Visual Studio, C or VB .Net. IMO it's the easiest to learn and there are plenty of examples/help online.
     
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  4. verifiedaccts

    verifiedaccts Regular Member

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    thanks alot for your time and suggestions .yes you are right its a big world and i have to dig it out actually want to develop some thing like opodo and ebookers.com .I want my website to be secure from hackers and also reliable people canrun it on their devices and diff os not limited to one or 2 OS and specific browsers
     
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    No tense ,C# is best on .net platform,
    you can get more feature with ajax and php.
    I am thinking about your security ,how much strong it is!!!!!!!!!????????????????
     
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    Dont forget the SSL :) get yourself a certificate preferable from a good company that will give you some insurance on top of it, you can also get cheap ones but they dont offer any good insurance.

    Some SSL offer you 10k+ warranty, godaddy for example.

    Either php or asp.net should be just fine for your needs and you can easyly go into tablets, smartphones, etc. They both offer you good databases options.

    Make sure you have good developers, testers, etc, prior to releasing the service.
     
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    Aspdotnet MVC + various javascript frameworks like nodejs/jquery etc will be easy.
     
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    I would recommend PHP as well. It seems you want to add a lot of dynamic content for the end user, which PHP is good for. Maybe consider JavaScript/Nodejs
     
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    Sounds like the typical LAMP site. Google the acronym to see what you should use.