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    better you can go with PHP if you have tight budget or elase .net is superbe(secure)


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    Greetings from Objectsol Technology private limited!!!

    Hope you are doing well. so We would like to introduce our company. We Objectsol Technology private limited., an IT company Based in Kolkata,INDIA. Our Technology & quality team has expertise in :-

    (1)web Design & Development, ( team of 14 members )
    (2)Application development (ios & Android) (team of 34 Members both ios and android together )
    (3)Ecommerce Portal development, POS (point of sale)] ( 8 members )
    (4)IPTV application development. (16 members )
    (5)Big Data Analytics (4 members )
    (6)IOT (5 Members )

    We provide all this technological services since 2009 to till now. and we build strong relationship with many overseas and regional client's. so we would like to build a good relationship with you in this current business year. if you are interested in business with us please drop a mail sales@objectsol.in


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    I will go with Php anytime of the day.


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    Bounce to Coding in PHP - Also, there are no entanglements in that capacity in C language while working with PHP. The simplicity with which PHP works has been making a significant complain ... NET is better. ASP.NET offers various programming choices ... to set up a site effortlessly without making any inconveniences


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    PHP Language is superior to anything ASP-NET in view of ASP. NET is an open-source server-side web application structure created by Microsoft and PHP is a server-side scripting language intended for web improvement.


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