Jules Bohanon, Lakeland, Florida:
Microsoft VB .NET running on IIS. DevExpress.
Assem Bayahi, Mourouj 1, Tunisia:
PHP, I like Symfony (I worked with version 1.4 not 2): it's a great MVC framework (well, if not used carefully, we can have some performance issues because of it's excessive use of Objects). Drupal also is an option (even if I don't like the fact that it's not really OO cms).
Md. Obaidul Haque Sarker, Dhaka, Bangladesh:
Alternatively, I prefer to use following technologies
Language: ASP.net MVC
Others: CSS, JQuery, Ajax.
Christian Koch, Berlin, Germany:
PHP, JQuery, HTML, CSS3
Mark Horner, Bristol, England:
Ven Grollmus, George Town, Tasmania, Australia:
The other technologies that could be used for the website and database are Apache, PHP, and MySQL. You could also use SharePoint, and have the Access database interact with SharePoint if your company has the relevant infrastructure in place to host.
Bruce Bray, Phoenix, Arizona:
Again, I am a bit confused. I thought this was a desktop application. But again, if you are doing an web based app, you would use Windows NT with IIS, .NET, SQL Server and you are pretty good to go (outside of backups and maintenance functions)
Yuriy Sultanaev, Ufa, Russia:
MS SharePoint; ODOO 7-8; Wordpress; Oracle Apex.
Biju John, Pathanamthitta Dist., Kerala, India:
Grace Elaiza Seballos, Davao City, Philippines:
Artiben prashantbhai S., Bhavnagar, India:
via web based access application