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[web] Web Development and perdormance

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How much time do you take for building average database web applications? Think about a web based information system with many formularies, like a project tracking service. About 20 tables, 10 formularies and 10 reports. May it would has fancy widgets and nice presentations for the reports. Usually, how many people do yo need for this?, And which tools do you recommend for this? Which languages (php, asp.net, jsp, ruby)?

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I am currently working on such a project (a little bit more general, in fact). There are only three main coders, but we have small missions to hand out to temporary coders and we also buy components from other developers.

Our technology choice is ASP.NET with C#, Atlas (AJAX) and .NET 2.0. We expect to have a working alpha in a few months, and a final version in less than a year.

I have recently worked on a simple web application (one that generated forms/tables/reports automatically) in PHP and found that it was much harder and slower to develop and debug because PHP does not provide as good an IDE and debugger as Visual Studio does. Not to mention ASP.NET and Atlas provide a framework that is not directly available in PHP.

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And how do you manage your project? do you following a software engineering metodology? Like Rational Unified Process?
And if so, which one you prefer: RUP, Extreme Programming, some Agile, etc.

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Mostly RUP for the backbone of the project, test-driven development for almost everything, and the standalone plugins are created using XP.

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