W3bbo said:HumanCompiler said:*snip*
Ah yes, but to build a simple site ASP.NET is too much.
Microsoft needs to stop shoehorning ASP.NET into the "one-size fits all" it wants it to be, because it isn't. ASP.NET is not appropriate for small-scale websites, PHP won there, and Microsoft needs to leave it at that, anything else is just wasting their time.
I know Microsoft wants to attract the non-professionals and the hobbyists, but there are downsides to letting in the general riff-raff in. PHP has a bad reputation especially in security, whist PHP itself is secure as ever, it's the people who use it that largely got it there. I don't want to see the same thing happen to .NET.
Have you looked at it yet. While you can use all of ASP.NET if you want, that's not what you start with. In many cases it's SIMPLER than PHP. If you find places where it's still harder than PHP, let me know. Still room for improvement.