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Hi All,

I'm about to develop a large scale web application, which has more than 5 modules around it. My main concern is the technology stack i'm going to use, whether it is angular based or develop a core mvc skeleton and integrate any sort of js framework if user need any rich features.

Appreciate if anyone specialist in here give some advice on this.


What I have tried:

I have tried angular based application.
Updated 6-Apr-18 3:32am
Slacker007 6-Apr-18 8:09am    
If you were an experienced web developer, you would not be asking this question. So, it makes me think that you should be working on a much smaller scale project first, with a higher chance for success.
slSoftware 8-Apr-18 2:42am    
well, if you think, you are a well experienced developer, what would you take action on above situation?
Slacker007 8-Apr-18 5:40am    
Let me ask you, is this "large scale" application for a client, and are you going to get paid money for your work and time on this "large scale" application?

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This isn't a good question. We know nothing at all about your application, what it's supposed to be doing, ..., nothing.

The very best you're going to get to such a question is a bunch of opinions on "what's my favorite stack". The problem is most of them probably won't be good for your particular app and there's no way for you to know that without trying them, writing a ton of code, and experimenting with them to see what fits.

There is no way to get around going through this process. It's called "gaining experience". The next time you get a large project, you'll know better what's going to work and what's not.
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Slacker007 8-Apr-18 5:41am    
and this is not a solution either, but I guess you get the 10 points anyhow.
Dave Kreskowiak 8-Apr-18 11:07am    
I don't care about the points.

Do you really think you're going to get sufficient information to be able to move this from a "survey question" to something actionable by the OP?
Slacker007 8-Apr-18 13:40pm    
Dave Kreskowiak 8-Apr-18 13:55pm    
Then what's the problem? The question's been answered as well as it's ever going to be.

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