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Web Development needed languages?

what programming languages do I need for web development? (except HTML, CSS, JS)

8/1/2018 2:21:59 PM

Abdessalam Dai

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Hello, Dai Abdesslam ! This answer is in the "Frequently Asked Questions". Good luck in programming on SoloLearn! https://www.sololearn.com/faq

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php and mysql

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Thank you all guys!

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Alexander Sokolov thank you very much bro :)

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python and its web framework flask for database use sqlite or mysql

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u can study HTML , CSS,SQL, PHP anyway all languages are useful for you in web development

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html, css, sql, or php are used for web development.

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You need PHP & MySql , you may use python also.

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I think u r good in html,css so u HV to learn php. otherwise go for .net framework .. c# with back end database SQL.

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If you're going for front end development then you need to learn HTML, CSS and JavaScript Or If you want to become Backend developer then you should learn Python, PHP, Ruby etc.

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You should learn MySQL for handling the database. As for back end, use PHP if you are a beginner in programming, otherwise you may also use java.

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mostly php and python

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what are you aiming at? Full Stack, Front End or Back End?

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i think ur asking about what u need to learn next, if so i would suggest learning frameworks like Angular, Vue, or a library like React , and dive into how to build CRED apps with.

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you need more like sql, php, phyton, git hub for version control and if you want then you can learn ruby.

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the best starter pack for web development as for me html,css,js,php,mysql, you can embode maximum of your ideas

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If you plan on keeping with the times PHP or Python for serverside and SQL for Database communication are a must. Also, two frameworks that you will see a lot and make your life much easier are JQuery, Bootstrap, and AngularJS. Definitely worth looking into.

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This is just the front end. but for the back-end you can go with JavaScript and NodeJS and some data base, like MySQL. sololearn have a course about SQL, but it's Just the beggining and the nodeJS will come after some time.