I am a little bit puzzled about something. I am creating a ASP.NET MVC eCommerce application and currently I have written all the back end in ASP.NET MVC.
I was thinking if its better to write all the management in WPF instead of HTML, as its probably even less prone to be exploited by hackers.
I am a Windows user so I am not really bothered about using Linux/Mac at the moment so I am quite aware that having all the back-end written in HTML will allow users to have access to the admin area using other OS.
I would like to see what are the advantages and disadvantages of having WPF to manage the content of the website as its probably much easier to develop and manage (think about Live Writer).
Should I dive into ASP.NET MVC or start with ASP.NET Webforms?
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"I was thinking if its better to write all the management in WPF instead of HTML, as its probably even less prone to be exploited by hackers.".
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An intranet website would be just as secure as a internal wpf application..
. I don't think it is a very good solution for eCommerce backend though, HTML + JS can offer you all the flexibility you need and with JS libraries like jQuery is writing impressive UIs quite easy.. I personally hate platform-dependent website backends (I can recall one CMS that requiread IE 6 to work, it was total pain in the * :) )..