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Web application

How do you go about creating a web application? The languages and technologies involved? Though I know a little about a couple of programming languages but I'm completely new to web development. So I'm looking for some suggestions or may be a link to some video or course or some website. Your help is very much appreciated.

12/20/2019 3:10:07 PM

Avinesh

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No need to learn JSP and Servlets. You can make web applications using Rest API with Spring MVC and Web Service.

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🅰🅹 - ɪ'ᴍ ᴄʀɪᴍɪɴᴀʟʟʏ ɢᴏᴏᴅ! Thanks a lot, I think I should just start with the front end first, and then come to the back end. But this spring MVC thing is a little difficult to understand at first. By the way your codes are great, it's a motivation for a lot of us👍

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Avinesh Good and Thank You. I will make more on different topics.

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Search for Asp.net its hard enough but yiu can do magic things. Another way is to make the same with pure javascript but you have to learn a js framework which is hard too. An alternative way is to go with old technics and use java. Ruby on rails does the same too. I would choose 1 or 2 choices.

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Web application simply means websites

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Avinesh You'll probably want to learn about Spring MVC or JAX-RS for building a RESTful API service and Jersey for handling JSON for the server side. On the front end, you will need to learn HTML5, CSS3, and Javascript ES6 and up. Research things like RESTful API Services, ReactJS or VueJS for SPA, Fetch or Axios for AJAX calls, Bootstrap for HTML styling, Sass or LESS for CSS preprocessing, WebPack for dev workflow and packaging, BabelJS, and so on. The front end stack will be involved. You may want to pick up a Udemy course to get started.

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David Carroll yes the front end is pretty much involved. Im a beginner on both ends😂. But yes, considering I can pretty much learn them either by self study or by taking a udemy course just like you suggested. Sounds like years of work just for learning but one would get there eventually. Again thanks a lot for answering the question👍 I think I have just picked the right course to get started.

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Avinesh Yeah... just stay the course and don't get discouraged. It's all part of the journey. Things will actually come together more quickly than you realize. Eventually, you'll branch out from Java and explore other server side solutions which you'll find to be easier than you might realize as well. At some point, you'll look back at all you've learned in your journey and be surprised by how much you know. It's like I can't even remember what it felt like to have a massive amount of information yet to learn. 😉

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David Carroll I so much agree with you and I like your answers so much that I actually started reading your comments on the AMA that are expired long ago. I realized that you have seen almost all of it though probably you won't agree to it. And all that coming from you after all the experiences you had just sounds and feels so perfect that one would do a "David Caroll" search instead of google search. I just hope that you stick to this community as long as you can so that you can help and motivate people like me. Thank you Sir.

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Both of you thanks but that doesn't help much. I have to work with Java. zemiak html CSS and JavaScript is necessary I know but apart from that on the server side do you have any idea?

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Java EE, Spring

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https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/Reference

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Also do I need to learn or know servelets or jsp if I want to learn Spring MVC?