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NEED HELP, please advice me where to start I want to learn ASP.NET as mush as possible online tutorial.
and which one is better ASP.NET or PHP?
Thank you

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they are completely different, and that answer will vary from person to person. I like asp.net better than php, but I do not like php anyway. they are both very fast, asp.net is easier to manage than php, and less scripting.. a lot less. and to learn asp.net, you might want to look at this site:

First, this will be easy, but very basic:
http://www.w3schools.com/aspnet/default.asp
Then, move onto this:
http://samples.gotdotnet.com/quickstart/aspplus/

You will need to choose also, which scripting language you would like to use for ASP.NET. ASP.NET is just more like controls on a web page. You use a different language to manage those controls. The most popular is C# and VB.NET. You will find MANY more examples on the web for C# than VB.NET. But depending on your background experience, one may be easier to learn for you than the other. Both do the same. VB.NET has less restrictions than C#, but has more errors as it compiles just about everything. C# won't compile most code that is incorrect. There are certain advantages and disadvantages to each. VB.NET is more straight forward and requires less syntax than C#, but in someone else's eyes that would be quite the opposite.

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they are completely different, and that answer will vary from person to person. I like asp.net better than php, but I do not like php anyway. they are both very fast, asp.net is easier to manage than php, and less scripting.. a lot less. and to learn asp.net, you might want to look at this site:

First, this will be easy, but very basic:
http://www.w3schools.com/aspnet/default.asp
Then, move onto this:
http://samples.gotdotnet.com/quickstart/aspplus/

You will need to choose also, which scripting language you would like to use for ASP.NET. ASP.NET is just more like controls on a web page. You use a different language to manage those controls. The most popular is C# and VB.NET. You will find MANY more examples on the web for C# than VB.NET. But depending on your background experience, one may be easier to learn for you than the other. Both do the same. VB.NET has less restrictions than C#, but has more errors as it compiles just about everything. C# won't compile most code that is incorrect. There are certain advantages and disadvantages to each. VB.NET is more straight forward and requires less syntax than C#, but in someone else's eyes that would be quite the opposite.

Thank you so much for the advice.

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This time NO but expect later on after I read ASP.NET I hope you will help me again

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Of course.. I am addicted to these forums. Gives me a break from work and allows me to help others. im working my way into heaven slowly :D

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Of course.. I am addicted to these forums. Gives me a break from work and allows me to help others. im working my way into heaven slowly :D

Sure take your time.

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