Best back-end language?

by Lucifer9 - 11-04-2017 - 02:13 AM
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Posted: 11-04-2017 - 02:13 AM
Hey!
Which is your favorite back-end language and why?
I love c#.
Nodejs is an excelent "framework" with its community and resources but I hate javascript (but I always code in javascript).
I have more experience with php.
I'm learning python.
What language should I choose, Python/Django, C#/ASP.NET, Javascript/Node.Js, php?
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Posted: 11-06-2017 - 04:07 AM
Right now I have a site in production using NodeJS as the back-end language and I really like it. So if I were you, you should choose javascript and as well as NodeJS put together and those two are very powerful. Also, these are the only two languages I really know lol
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Posted: 02-11-2018 - 06:52 PM
PHP will be useful if you wanna do things like Wordpress. However, if you wanna work on big web apps, I'd go with Ruby or Python to start.
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Posted: 03-18-2018 - 05:26 AM
nothing wrong with asp.net, it depends on what type of web application / site you are after.
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Posted: 03-21-2018 - 04:03 AM
node and python ftw.  asp is ok, but gets windows involved too quick for me.
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Posted: 03-22-2018 - 10:21 PM
Definitely javascript since there are tons of libraries and framewoks to pair it with, you can even go cross platform with something like electron. By far it is the most flexible language and it's not going anywhere any time soon.




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