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First of all, what is the languages used in creating Code Project?

Secondly, could you please help me in choosing the best choice of languages to develop Questions & Answers website like the quick answers here in Code Project or other websites.

Thanks in advance & best regards
Updated 26-Jun-20 4:49am
PIEBALDconsult 8-Dec-15 20:16pm    
Mehdi Gholam 9-Dec-15 0:52am    
Ay! :)
F-ES Sitecore 26-Jun-20 10:25am    
There is no "best" language, just use the one you're most familiar with.

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what is the languages used in creating Code Project?

A bunch of 'em: English, Australian, and French.
PLus the usual culprits: C#, Javascript, a huge pile of SQL, and some JS frameworks, I believe.
best choice of languages to develop Questions & Answers website

It sounds silly, but ... the one you know best and are most comfortable working in. Plus Javascript, SQL, probably some JS frameworks (again, probably thE ones you are most comfortable with).

So if you are well versed in PHP, use that. If C# is your bag, it's a no brainer. Even VB will do, if you must. Provided it works as a webserver language, is supported by your hosting service, and you are proficient in it, it'll do.
Trying to use a language you aren't familiar with is going to add a large learning curve to the whole project.
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Dave Kreskowiak 26-Jun-20 11:14am    
Hopefully, he's figured out which languages to use in the last 5 years. :)
OriginalGriff 26-Jun-20 11:20am    
I missed the date - as did F-ES Sitecore - it came up on the homepage QA list, probably a spam message that wasn't let through.
Richard MacCutchan 26-Jun-20 11:48am    
I did the same earlier, but managed to delete my answer before anyone saw it.
CHill60 26-Jun-20 12:28pm    
I'm so glad it's not just me that does that :-D
Richard MacCutchan 26-Jun-20 12:38pm    
It's the heat, and also the "pomroczność jasna" (Google translate it).

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