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Old May 19th, 2012, 11:32 PM
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I have a website and i am planning to upgrade it to a shopping portal. I am looking to learn a language to help me do so. Out of PHP with MySQl and ASP.net which one would be better for a shopping portal. Needless to say it would have members (database) too.
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I think you may need to get similar to some free Shopping portals and then decide to extend or customize them.
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Hey thanks there for the reply...

I have had a look into them.. they are not so attractive in their plans. I am just a small scale starter my shopping plan. In fact i would start only in the next 5 months. I like programming and I wanted to learn one of these 2 languages. So why not go for something that would help me in my shopping plan? that's the whole logic. So do you have recommend any one of them?
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php is widely use by lower end business
.net is in high level business
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yeah I agree, if you want to develop Public site then PHP is better.

.Net is good for business applications and business portals
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