When comparing AIDA/web vs ASP.NET Core, the Slant community recommends ASP.NET Core for most people. In the question“What are the best backend web frameworks?” ASP.NET Core is ranked 16th while AIDA/web is ranked 40th.
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Pro Conceptually simple, yet complete
Most frameworks seem to tend towards conceptually simple, but also stripped down (such as Python's Flask), or go the other way and be very fully featured, yet complex. AIDA/web, however, manages to give a programmer a lot of expressive power, while remaining conceptually simple -- an afternoon will get you building websites, and you'll feel comfortable with AIDA/web in just a week or so.
Program your web app in Smalltalk, an enjoyable and easy language to use. Smalltalk was the language to inspire modern Object-Oriented programming and pioneered many of the programming concepts used today, such as MVC.
Pro Fast and getting faster
Ability to host on IIS, Nginx, Apache, Docker, or self-host in your own process.
Pro Multi Platform
Can run on Windows, Linux and Mac (also Visual Studio Code editor).
Pro Built-in middleware
Con Relatively inactive