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    Which Programming language is best for dynamic web site development?

    I want to know which tool is best for dynamic web development.

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    Well according to me ASP. Net will be the best language for making the dynamic website. In ASP. Net there are different languages can be used like c++, C# etc. You have not mention that you have any background of any languages or not. If not than it will be too much tough for you to use this language. But if you know any of them than it will be easy for you. In ASP. Net if you choose C# than it will be the best choice for you.
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    PHP is a recursive acronym for PHP Hypertext Processor. Unlike the other offerings listed, PHP is designed specifically for server-side programming, which means that its library is specialized for the tasks you'll be doing over and over again in the course of programming your website. PHP also has the advantage of being able to interweave code with HTML, thus allowing you to mix layout with programming. While this does simplify coding for small sites, it does carry the potential to be abused, resulting in difficult to manage or maintain code for larger projects. Proper use of a templating system such as smarty should do wonders towards preventing that. PHP is available for most operating systems including Unix and Windows and is an excellent server-side programming language for professional programming.
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    Open source and business-friendly, Tcl is a mature yet evolving language that is truly cross platform, easily deployed and highly extensible.

    Tk is a graphical user interface toolkit that takes developing desktop applications to a higher level than conventional approaches. Tk is the standard GUI not only for Tcl, but for many other dynamic languages, and can produce rich, native applications that run unchanged across Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and more.
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    There are a number of ways to measure the popularity of a programming language, for example, based on the number of:

    * New applications written in the language
    * Existing applications written in the language
    * Developers that use the language primarily
    * Developers that use the language ever
    * Web searches
    * Available jobs that require skills in the language
    * Developers’ favorites

    The following surveys attempt to rank which programming languages are most popular, each using a different measure.
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    From a practical standpoint, I would recommend learning Java first. If you have access to an Apple Mac, also learn Objective-C. Either of these will give you a good grounding in object-oriented programming, which I strongly believe should be learned right from the start. Java and Objective-C are the two dominant programming languages in the world of smart phone development... Java on Android and Objective-C on all Apple platforms. Java has also become very dominant in the world of enterprise app development. Either of these would make a fine first language. Microsoft C# also is more or less equivalent to Java, so if you're more oriented toward the Windows world, C# would make sense. After those, it all depends on what your interests are. If you're interested in web development, basic HTML skills and Javascript (completely unrelated to Java) are important. But whatever you do, don't learn C++ as your first language. That would be a big mistake.

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    The Programming language is really best for dynamic site development.
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    I vote for PHP As for me it is much easier to learn [URL="http://phpforms.net/tutorial/tutorial.html"]php tutorial[/URL] than ASP

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    Java is a programming language expressly designed for use in the distributed environment of the Internet. It was designed to have the "look and feel" of the C++ language, but it is simpler to use than C++ and enforces an object-oriented programming model.

    JavaScript is an INTERPRETED programming or script language from Netscape. ActionScript is an object-oriented programming (OOP) language that is designed specifically for Web site animation. Originally released with Macromedia Flash 4 and enhanced for Flash 5, ActionScript is a sophisticated version of the script language introduced in Flash *

    An Active Server Page(ASP) is a web page that includes program code that is processed on a Microsoft web server before the page is sent to the user.

    JavaServer Pages (JSP) technology provides a simplified, fast way to create dynamic web content. JSP technology enables rapid development of web-based applications that are server- and platform-independent.

    PHP is a general-purpose scripting language that was originally designed for web development to produce dynamic web pages. It is usually embedded unto the HTML source document.
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    It depends!

    This clearly depends on specifics and how much time you have on your hands. I would s***est Java or PHP. Both fairly high level and easy to implement. Given the choice I'd pick the latter.
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    depends on what you need. If you only need a static website for information, you don't need programming language at all, all you need is just HTML and CSS. For some client side interactive website, you can use JavaScript. For server side dynamic website, you will need to use programming languages like PHP, ASP, ASP .NET, JSP, etc. If you need to store information in the server, you need a database like MySQL, SQL, ORACLE, etc. Check with your hosting server company to see what technology is supported. If you hosting the server yourself, make sure you have the technology installed. Some of these technology are free, but some are not. For free solution, I s***est you use PHP and MySQL.
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    ASP PHP c++ these are best for the website developing.

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    Right now aside from up and comers like Ruby, PHP is the top language for building dynamic sites or integrating custom apps into an existing site framework, and tying it into a server DB like MySQL. There are few things that you can't do with PHP. Knowing Java is great too, but Java is more on the multimedia/interactive end. Same with Flash coding in ActionScript.

    It depends on where your interests lie, in the multimedia end or the site development end. Something to consider though is that if you learn multimedia scripting, you'll still need to know PHP and MySQL (r whatever RDB you're working with) to tie it all together in the site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaufen View Post
    Right now aside from up and comers like Ruby, PHP is the top language for building dynamic sites or integrating custom apps into an existing site framework, and tying it into a server DB like MySQL. There are few things that you can't do with PHP. Knowing Java is great too, but Java is more on the multimedia/interactive end. Same with Flash coding in ActionScript.

    It depends on where your interests lie, in the multimedia end or the site development end. Something to consider though is that if you learn multimedia scripting, you'll still need to know PHP and MySQL (r whatever RDB you're working with) to tie it all together in the site.

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    PHP is used to signify the PHP Hypertext Processor language and it is an interpreted script language. It is best suited for server-side programming that includes repetitive server-tasks performed during the development of your website. It is an open-source language and it is compatible with both Windows and Unix-based operating systems.

    It is a fast-prototyping language and it is best for developing web-based applications that require maximum functionality with minimum code. It is suited for advertising apps, media, agency, small software business, and startup business owners. Programming PHP By Rasmus Lerdorf, Kevin Tatroe, 2002 will help you learn the basics of PHP language.

    PHP has been used for so long that its community has contributed many powerful tools for PHP Website developers.

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