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Web Development

Want to learn web development but not sure where to start? Do you want to build your own website, be employed in an IT company and get countless opportunities, or you just want to code for fun? If the answer for any of these questions is yes, then let me explain to you what you need to know to get started.

First of all, what is web development?

Web development is the work involved in developing a web site for the Internet (World Wide Web) or an intranet (a private network). Among web professionals, “web development” usually refers to the main non-design aspects of building web sites: writing markup and coding. While the terms “web developer” and “web designer” are often used synonymously, they do not mean the same thing. Technically, a web designer only designs website interfaces using HTML and CSS. A web developer may be involved in designing a website, but may also write web scripts in languages such as PHP and ASP. Additionally, a web developer may help maintain and update a database used by a dynamic website.

How do you build a website? There are several types of web content creation. Some includes coding the pages using a text editor like Notepad, using Dreamweaver and other similar programs to build a website, or website creation with the help of a blogging platform. Platforms like WordPress, Drupal, and Joomla had become popular in recent years.

Some recommendation to take in for consideration when learning web development:

You have to decide for your goal. Maybe you want a career on this field, maybe you want to create an app that no one had done before, or you just want to do it for fun. Whatever the case maybe, you must have a clear goal when learning it because it will help you be more productive in your learning time, and will motivate you when you feel like it’s too hard and you’re giving up. If you want to skip the fancy design and learn more on functionality, go straight and learn HTML, PHP, Python or Ruby. Other programming languages such as CSS, and JavaScript can be learned as you move along. So if you plan to become a developer and make a difference, you can start with studying and coding at least 1 hour a day than sitting seven hours in the computer trying to code. Remember, patience, hard work and perseverance are the key to learning new things.

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