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Hello,
I'm wondering what's the best language to make web application, car rental search engine. Like this website http://www.carrentals.com
please tell me the reason of the language that you choose it.?
Posted 8-Feb-12 14:24pm
chlebta374
Edited 8-Feb-12 20:46pm
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You probably either mix up different things or just poorly phrase the question.
 
You face with two absolutely different choices: first one is ASP.NET vs. Silverlight. In both cases, you have another independent choice: what language to use.
 
If you clarified the question in this way, it would not make it correct anyway: all of those choices depend on many factors you did not share with us: what are the goals of your development, requirements, expected qualities? What is your experience, skills, code asserts? What are requirements for prerequisites you may or may not demand? What is the expected set of profiles of your users?
 
Without this information, the question about the choice is totally pointless.
 
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thatraja at 9-Feb-12 0:34am
   
5!
SAKryukov at 9-Feb-12 0:36am
   
Thank you, Raja.
--SA
chlebta at 9-Feb-12 5:49am
   
this project is proposed by the university just for education and amproving the level of our knowlage.
I' got great skill In c#
ASP and XAML just some littel basic that's all
Espen Harlinn at 9-Feb-12 8:49am
   
5'ed!
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 28-Mar-13 23:33pm
   
Thank you, Espen.
—SA
John Berry at 28-Mar-13 19:26pm
   
This response provides no technical support to the initial question. The question gives an example of what the user wants to replicate. This gives all the technical information a developer needs, aka: If you were to design the car rental website, how would you use it? Give the learning student a break.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 28-Mar-13 19:32pm
   
I still think the question is pointless, in the sense I tried to explain. The "technical support" requires some prerequisites from the inquirer. You may thing they are met, by I don't think so, so the first step is to help to realize what is the valid scope...
—SA
Abhinav S at 28-Mar-13 23:28pm
   
5!
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 28-Mar-13 23:33pm
   
Thank you, Abhinav.
—SA
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Solution 1

Well, if you have a trawl around the web it would seem to indicate that Silverlight may not be around much longer - though that may change. Asp.Net, on the other hand seesm to be here to stay and it is always my preference (WebForms, MVC or whatver othe rflavor you can find). That's not to say that there also many other equally worthwhile web development languages/tools out there: php, for instance, is excellent. You should take some time to evaluate them all before deciding which tool suits your purpose.
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thatraja at 9-Feb-12 0:34am
   
Counter 5!
Espen Harlinn at 9-Feb-12 8:50am
   
5'ed!

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