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  1. #1
    Geeta Kalantre Guest

    Is it good time to develop the real-time website using .Net framework and ASP.Net?


    Hi,

    Currently, I am working on the analysis and design of redeveloping
    of my company's existing web site. Related to this I was thinking of using
    .Net framework for this development, after studying the ibuyspy.com website.
    I am not sure if this is the good time to develop the real-time website
    using .Net framework and ASP.Net in particular.
    Basically, we want redevelop this website to make it faster, robust and
    want to avoid the system crash on Win2000 platform.
    Do you suggest to start developing a web based application by using .NET
    framework with ASP.NET and SQL Server 2000 as a backend in real time
    environment as these technologies are still in BETA?

    Thank you in advance.

    Regards,
    Geeta Kalantre.

  2. #2
    Ross Anderson Guest

    Re: Is it good time to develop the real-time website using .Net framework and ASP.Net?

    Geeta,

    I hope you get some replies that endorse your hopes of being able to start
    developing your site in .NET now, because I am doing just that; webforms
    with ASP.NET and SQL Server. We are running into a few beta problems that
    take up valuable development time, but the power and flexibility that .net
    offers is just too attractive for this early adopter.

    Our project (unlike yours sounds) is non-mission critical however, so we
    have the luxury of no time pressure. But we are making good progress so far
    and the experience is very enjoyable. I say go for it! I think. :-)

    Ross


    "Geeta Kalantre" <geetakalantre@hotmail.com> wrote in message
    news:3aef086b$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > Hi,
    >
    > Currently, I am working on the analysis and design of redeveloping
    > of my company's existing web site. Related to this I was thinking of using
    > Net framework for this development, after studying the ibuyspy.com

    website.
    > I am not sure if this is the good time to develop the real-time website
    > using .Net framework and ASP.Net in particular.
    > Basically, we want redevelop this website to make it faster, robust and
    > want to avoid the system crash on Win2000 platform.
    > Do you suggest to start developing a web based application by using

    ..NET
    > framework with ASP.NET and SQL Server 2000 as a backend in real time
    > environment as these technologies are still in BETA?
    >
    > Thank you in advance.
    >
    > Regards,
    > Geeta Kalantre.




  3. #3
    Rich Guest

    Re: Is it good time to develop the real-time website using .Net framework and ASP.Net?


    Geeta,

    IMHO, it is a good time if you can wait until Q1 2002 to go live.
    Actually, it could be much later than that date. :-)

    My 2 cents:

    If you need to build something AND put it in production, in the near future,
    I would go with JSP and JavaBeans. It is ready now...

    Rich

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    "Geeta Kalantre" <geetakalantre@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >Hi,
    >
    > Currently, I am working on the analysis and design of redeveloping
    >of my company's existing web site. Related to this I was thinking of using
    >.Net framework for this development, after studying the ibuyspy.com website.
    > I am not sure if this is the good time to develop the real-time website
    >using .Net framework and ASP.Net in particular.
    > Basically, we want redevelop this website to make it faster, robust and
    >want to avoid the system crash on Win2000 platform.
    > Do you suggest to start developing a web based application by using .NET
    >framework with ASP.NET and SQL Server 2000 as a backend in real time
    >environment as these technologies are still in BETA?
    >
    > Thank you in advance.
    >
    >Regards,
    >Geeta Kalantre.



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