Among all other software development platforms, ASP.NET is probably the worst hit contestant of negative publicity. Yes, it is true to criticize it for its shortcomings but in general false arguments are created by programmers who have an inherent dislike about this platform or by those who have never spent a considerable amount of time on learning it in-depth. Today our motive is to explore the truth behind such rumors and establish it that ASP.NET is a worthy participant in the progress chart of software development.
i) It’s Made By Microsoft: We consider that Microsoft doesn’t give anything for free and it’s exactly the opposite. To develop an app you need not have to spend a dime. For beginners, Microsoft provides an integrated development environment (IDE) having an inbuilt web server IIS Express with a database engine called SQL Compact Edition. Installation to remote hosts is also possible .For advanced level developers, there is advanced edition of Express called IIS Express. Its trimmed down versions are free. Visual Web Developer Express comes with in-built web server with a trimmed down version of SQL server. Through DreamSpark program Expression Studio, Visual Studio Pro and Windows Server OS are available for free (in addition to others).
ii) Windows Based Hosting Is Expensive: No it’s not. Companies like DailyRazor offers deals like $2/month hosting services.
i) Simplicity: PHP’s simplicity is answered through Microsoft’s WebMatrix. Beginner developers can write scripts in a simplified manner through WebMatrix.
ii) Multiple Approaches: ASP.NET is highly flexible that is you can both write scripts in a structured manner or flexibly as PHP. Misconception is that you need to follow a structured format all the time.
.NET development training from a reputed institution is the way to reach your dreams and make a separate name for yourself in the world of software development. We hope that above-mentioned points have cleared your vision towards ASP.NET and now you know that learning about this platform is worth a try.
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