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ASPNET C# windows form and web form developing speed

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Hi,

I am thinking in comparing developing speed between C# Windows Form and C#
Web Form applications.
Assuming the scenario is that we have 2 C# coding engineers, engineer A has
2 years experience on developing C# windows form, engineer B has 2
experience on developing C# web form, B also knows Javascript as well. They
both has the same apprehesnion for the Database things, they all devote
themselves completely to their developing work, and their environment is
very supportive. Now they are working on thier projects, the Project A and
Project B are pretty similar except A is on Windows form and B is on Web
form.
My question is which engineer will complete their developing project first?
If one is faster than another, how much time ratio will their speed be?
Thanks for help.
Jason
Jul 17 '07 #1
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On Mon, 16 Jul 2007 20:06:52 -0700, Jason Huang
<Ja************@hotmail.comwrote:
[...]
My question is which engineer will complete their developing project
first?
If one is faster than another, how much time ratio will their speed be?
You should probably ask the engineers. They won't give you an accurate
estimate either, but at least it will be better than anything anyone here
might tell you (my own reply included :p ).
Jul 17 '07 #2

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I assume this is a hypothetical scenario and you are simply trying to gauge
the development speed of ASP.NET versus Windows Forms. In any case, the
decision should be based on more than the development time involved.

What type of application is it? Will the primary purpose be entering data,
reporting, or both?

How many different people will be using the application? At the same time?

Will the application ever need to be used in a disconnected state (i.e.
without a network/Internet connection)?

The list goes on.

My personal experience is that web applications can be developed in a much
shorter period of time IF the application is suited to the web.
"Jason Huang" <Ja************@hotmail.comwrote in message
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Hi,

I am thinking in comparing developing speed between C# Windows Form and C#
Web Form applications.
Assuming the scenario is that we have 2 C# coding engineers, engineer A
has 2 years experience on developing C# windows form, engineer B has 2
experience on developing C# web form, B also knows Javascript as well.
They both has the same apprehesnion for the Database things, they all
devote themselves completely to their developing work, and their
environment is very supportive. Now they are working on thier projects,
the Project A and Project B are pretty similar except A is on Windows form
and B is on Web form.
My question is which engineer will complete their developing project
first? If one is faster than another, how much time ratio will their speed
be?
Thanks for help.
Jason
Jul 17 '07 #3

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Hi,

If the application is n-tier, consisting of Data Layer, Business layer,
security layer and Presentation layer, the Data Layer, Business layer and
Security layer has been developed already, they both take same time for
developing presentation layer.

Database programming using Visual Basic and Csharp 2005
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Brandon Gano wrote:
>I assume this is a hypothetical scenario and you are simply trying to gauge
the development speed of ASP.NET versus Windows Forms. In any case, the
decision should be based on more than the development time involved.

What type of application is it? Will the primary purpose be entering data,
reporting, or both?

How many different people will be using the application? At the same time?

Will the application ever need to be used in a disconnected state (i.e.
without a network/Internet connection)?

The list goes on.

My personal experience is that web applications can be developed in a much
shorter period of time IF the application is suited to the web.
>Hi,
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Jason
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Jul 17 '07 #4

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The guy with ASP.NET experience will find it easier to do Windows Forms work
than the other way around. ASP.NET involves things that Forms do not (such
as remembering where you were on every request).

///ark
Jul 17 '07 #5

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