C# vs HTML5: What are the differences?
C# and HTML5 can be categorized as "Languages" tools.
"Cool syntax", "Great lambda support" and "Great generics support" are the key factors why developers consider C#; whereas "New doctype", "Local storage" and "Canvas" are the primary reasons why HTML5 is favored.
9GAG, Asana, and Disqus are some of the popular companies that use HTML5, whereas C# is used by Intuit, Stack Exchange, and OpenTable. HTML5 has a broader approval, being mentioned in 3166 company stacks & 3482 developers stacks; compared to C#, which is listed in 697 company stacks and 1163 developer stacks.
What is C#?
What is HTML5?
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At the user interface level, the platform provides a rich visual editor that allows web interfaces to be composed by dragging and dropping. Instead of purely writing HTML, developers use visual widgets. These widgets are wrapped and are easy to reuse just by dragging and dropping without everyone needing to understand how they are built.
C# is the most productive production language - it exposes a lot of functional conveniences along with the robustness of strong typing. And they're finally embracing the open source community - a huge plus.
We use the basic syntax (
while) and object oriented constructs (classes, very simple inheritance).
We also use lambdas and block methods extensively, an intermediate level programming construct, but in a very formulaic and predictable way.
Its used for "Food Ordering System" with Mobile Responsive theme.
Custom email template ( Static and dynamic updates)
Cart and checkout modules.
Banners and ads management.
Restaurant listing and website ordering.
It support all the mobile browser compatibility.
PrometheanTV has used .NET and C# for several back-end applications and services including the Morphic Video Task System utilized to stream video assets to a variety of video delivery platforms including, Akamai, Brightcove, and others.
Used to create personal projects that call for a more organized approach to software architecture. Great stable 3rd party libraries in NuGet for tasks like creating web apps (ASP.NET Core) and IoC containers.
All of our responsive wireframes that are used to build the front end of our clients' sites are built with HTML 5, so we can ensure the most efficient and up to date experience for their customers.
The main Carbonmade backend / API is written in C# and is ready to run on the CLR. We currently host on Windows but are preparing to migrate to Linux when the CoreCLR stabilizes.