YII, for no doubt is the fastest, secure and one of the best php frameworks currently in the industry. It has lot of features, I would like to mention some main features here,
- YII is very much known for its speed, and it's CRUD feature saves your time and makes the process much easier.
- There are lot of widgets, which support jquery and ajax,
- It's inbuilt theme directory helps to set the theme for any applications.
- It provides great support for error handling.
- Unit testing feature helps to test and improve your coding.
- It has the excellent documentation systems compared to all other frameworks.
You need Visual InterDev which comes with Visual Studio 6 As asp is interpreted you can use any text editor to amend the pages; sublime, notepad++ etc. They might not recognize classic asp syntax features but it's no big deal. Then to test you just navigate to the pages directly in your browser
I have run across this problem many times and Have FINALLY found out what is going on and how to solve it.
In VS 2012 (and probably 2010 and 2013), after you load your web site, right click on the site name (usually something like C:\..\<SITENAME>\) and a large menu appears. Look for "Use IIS Express..." and click on this. Two pop-ups will appear click Yes on the first and OK on the second.
Give it a few seconds and you will then see the site name has changed and the C:\..\ is no longer there. (i.e. C:\..\MySite\ becomes MySite).
If you don't already have a specific page set up to be the default page to run when you run the site from VS, click on the start page, (i.e. index.asp, Default.asp, etc...) and then hit F5 to run the site. It should come right up.
If you try to run the above procedure but you don't see the option "Use IIS Express..." what you might see instead is "Use Visual Studio Development Server". This means you are already set up to run classic asp and your problem is probably your pages.
Things you can try:
Hit Shift-F4 to open the properties page and select Start Options. Click on Use Current Page and then click Okay. Select the simplest/do nothing ASP page you have (or create one), one that doesn't require logging in or getting data from a database but maybe just prints something to the screen using a Response.Write. Once selected, hit F5. If this page works then VS is set up correctly but the problem is with your code.
I am relatively new to web development with experience in PHP and html, but i have no clue what the reasoning is behind using ASP.NET for web development. I have searched but no luck in finding the main reasoning for this. can any one explain and possibly give me a demo to see why as i have been ask to take over management of a ASP.NET with no idea on how to go about it.
It allows you to run functional code on the server to do things like read data from databases, send emails etc, and do the things that make your site "work" and make it data-driven. One of the advantages of the likes of aspx over php is that the code is compiled into a dll rather than interpreted each time the page runs like with PHP. "Classic ASP" works the same way that PHP does and Microsoft retired that a decade ago.
1. For database communication
2. Unlike php, classic ASP, .Net has its own environment instead of completely replying on system resources
3. Authentication, autherization modules are available.
4. Custom http handler can be created to rewrite the default behaviour
7. Integration with other technologies like SharePoint, CRM, SAP,etc
8. and so on....
For me, the answer is because I am a Microsoft developer. Since I already know C# I can learn ASP.Net very quickly. Or I can do SharePoint, or any other Microsoft technology. For me, that's the biggest reason to use it.
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