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re: I'd say it's still the best in regards to web-dev productivity.
 

What can I say @JorgeCastro, your remarks on three languages seems far and between the hypothesis that exists only on your head. Webforms really!! What are we developing a web page?

PHP king of the hill, oh my Lord.

Sorry can't help but highlight your personal opinion might need slight adjustment as to what is fastest, king and power machine.

Google says that +70% of the websites are powered by PHP.

And Webforms is RAD, you could program a small table without even code, and if you add a proper component, you could create a stunning page in-no-time: pagination, editable, nested components, custom columns, sorted, ordered and so on.

https://docs.telerik.com/devtools/aspnet-ajax/controls/grid/hierarchical-grid-types-and-load-modes/images/grid_hierarchy_nestedviewtemplate.jpg

Nuff said.

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