danielsh Posted July 19, 2012 Share Posted July 19, 2012 Hello everyone, my first post and hopefully I'm not commiting any "crime" by calling for your help and suggestions. I've been placed into a project which is not that confortable to me. It's basically an internal website for the company I'm working for. Users will select and update a SQL database. My confy enviroment is .NET (c#) and SQL, so the DB part and the web code behind is OK (almost done by now). So, why don't I feel great about it? Because I've never worked with php. I started digging and hopefully php won't be that much of a hussle. But, the main problem came when I wanted to get php and c# together... It's not as easy as it is for ASP inside .NET. Advices I've read gave me a few solutions. .Web Service from C# then consume it from php. .Phalanger so I can write php code inside .NET platform. .DOT NET library in php so I can use them together but it's a no go since apparently it's not working for the 4.0 framework of .NET. The one I like the most is Phalanger, guess I'd feel a little bit at home there in the platform. Have any of you tried it? Will you drop this option because of..? So, I'd like you to give me your suggestions, maybe I'm wrong, maybe something's missing for me. Is there something specific that I should look up to in order to do the php<->C# thing? All I need to do is the Presentation layer in php working with classes/objects/methods from my C# code. From there it's done, C# to SQL and back. Thanks in advance. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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