Based on your requirement, we will recommend one or more of the applications listed below so that your website does what you intend it to do for you.
MySQL is an open-source RDBMS, which has its source code available as per the terms of the GNU General Public License and other proprietary agreements. It is now owned by Oracle Corporation and is used by applications including Joomla, WordPress and Drupal. Some of the top websites that use MySQL are Google, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Flickr.
The Microsoft .NET Framework primarily runs on Microsoft Windows and consists of Framework Class Library (FCL). One of the features of this framework is language interoperability where different programming languages use codes written in other languages. across several programming languages.
WordPress allows you to change the look and feel of your website without any hassles. It has future-proof features that allow you complete flexibility in the design component of your website.
HTML5 is a markup language for structuring and presenting World Wide Web content. It was primarily introduced to support multimedia and to make content readable by humans and machines. It is also used for cross-platform mobile applications.
CSS or Cascading Style Sheets is a document that defines the style and is written in a markup language like HTML. As the style elements are described at one place it becomes easy to change and also the website loads faster.
The clean and uncomplicated structure of properly designed WordPress websites is loved by Google and the other top search engines.
Java is an open-source and free front-end web framework that is used for designing web applications and websites.
Microsoft SQL Server is an RDBMS. It is a database server that primarily stores and retrieves data when requested by other software applications. The other applications may be running on the same computer or another computer across a network.
Laravel is a free and open-source PHP web framework that is used for web application development using the Model–View–Controller (MVC) architecture. It has a modular packaging system with a dedicated dependency manager and offers different ways to access relational databases.