ASP vs ColdFusion vs JSP
"Andi" <email@example.com> wrote:
>Have anyone have an experience with ColdFusion? I read all your discussion.
> I just only ASP vs JSP.
Our intranet is composed of both cfm pages & asp pages.
They both have their advantages and disadvantages. Its up to the developper
to decide which flavor he likes. I love the ColdFusion interface even when
i'm developping ASP pages. Other developpers at this office use Interdev.
Sometimes you have to look further than just performance issues and scalibility.
If it takes me a week to change and update a JSP page because of the complexity
factor, i'd rather spend 2 hours doing ASP and have my page load up a little
Again, what it really boils down too is the skills of the developper and
the actual needs of the website you are developping for.
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