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Which technology should i use in .net platform to build web application so that user cane use the application with any browser and it is fastest and security is strong.
Posted 10-Nov-12 19:46pm
Updated 10-Nov-12 21:46pm
ASP.NET, I guess. And nothing is super fast, no matter what you use. However, I don't know what's your idea of "super fast". The question does no make any sense. What, do you expect a book on Web development to be written in response? :-)
CodingLover 11-Nov-12 3:15am
What about PHP. But we have think about the security in many ways.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 11-Nov-12 12:14pm
Oh sure, we have to, but I don't think we have resource to write a book on Web security in response to OP's request; we can only address some particular issues...
ridoy 11-Nov-12 3:52am
it may be it completely depends on your system which will you develop..
Md. Mahfujul 11-Nov-12 6:36am
what I use MVC/Layer architecture/Silverlight or different
aspnet_regiis -i 11-Nov-12 6:57am
This is a million dollar question. People are trying to achieve this since the last 30 years, but I don't remember any name who succeeded....
Joseph-Ali 14-Nov-12 7:18am
The details depend on your requirement and what you are trying to do. Since you want to use .NET I believe that PHP is out.
If you want a web app that works with all browsers then probably you might want to use JavaScript in your page.

Personally, I think HTML5 is a good option to go with because it provide portability, improved performance (since it uses Javascript) and you can use it inside ASP.NET page.
Please note that HTML5 is supported on new browsers only.
Md. Mahfujul 14-Nov-12 23:34pm
Thnks to all

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For "any browser": HTML. It's standard, and all browsers support it. If you want your site to be visible by Linux/Android, stay away from Silverlight.
For "security is strong": Don't connect your server to the Internet. Don't even connect it to electricity. Anything else is not secure. Google a while, you'll see why. Security is a big topic, and you have to learn a lot (that means, years) before you can even try to write secure web sites.
For "fastest": The Internet is slow by definition. It's faster than when I started with the 19K dial-up modem, but it's still slow: data has to move half way across the world between processing and rendering. There are some things you can do to improve speed: stay away from rich content (video, huge graphics, sound) and stay away from Silverlight.



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