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Likelihood to Recommend

Adobe Flex

If your site is purely animations (like some company timeline from the start of the company to the current date), it's well suited for this use case.
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ASP.NET

It is highly recommended for the small application being hosted in a shared environment, also, recommend if you want a faster time to market. It has a huge inbuilt toolset for easier and faster development. Don't use if you are planning to build a single page application
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Pros

Adobe Flex

  • Highly advanced UI platform, well suited for building enterprise applications.
  • Cross browser issues do not exist as it runs the same on every browser via Flash Player.
  • Animations are something that comes out of the box.
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ASP.NET

  • Net is built over a very solid framework, that for sure developers can depend on, and through the years it evolved very well to serve the market and developers need, with the different versions and design patterns it has you will always be able to do all the stuff needed with minimum efforts
  • One of the most strengths ASP.NET has is that it is a Microsoft product, and like all other products of Microsoft you will always get the latest updates and fixes for free, very strong support, and a lot of resources
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Cons

Adobe Flex

  • It's heavy as it needs to load the Flash plugin first before rendering anything to the user.
  • Not future ready as there is no support for mobile and tablet platforms.
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ASP.NET

  • The JavaScript intellisense, and formatting especially when using inline server side code
  • The cascading style sheet intellisense
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Likelihood to Renew

Adobe Flex

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ASP.NET

ASP.NET 10.0
Based on 1 answer
It is the backbone of all our products
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Alternatives Considered

Adobe Flex

We are replacing adobe flex with Sencha.
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ASP.NET

.NET is most comparable to Java, the other main managed runtime being used. Both have their values, but .NET has the support of Micrsoft behind it and has some nicer tools. For example, I find Visual Studio much nicer than NetBeans or Eclipse. Now that Core is out, the primary advantage of Java, cross platform compatibility, is less of a factor.
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Return on Investment

Adobe Flex

  • Our users have a great positive feedback from the UI point of view.
  • The ease of use of the application had doubled our existing user base.
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ASP.NET

  • I have lost very important emails which would have been big sales for me , emails which were lost during server break down were not been able to recovered
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Pricing Details

Adobe Flex

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

ASP.NET

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

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