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I wanna know the best path in web development either for front end developers or back end developers, any one can help me !!!

1/22/2020 11:29:24 PM

Ahmed Alaa El Din

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I started off learning HTML, CSS and JavaScript. I am now learning Angular 8, which is a framework and platform for making websites, mobile apps and desktop apps using web technologies. You can also make PWA (progressive web apps) and single page applications. With Angular you also learn backend and can read, write and delete from a database on a server. There is also a built in form validation and other advanced functions. The main reason I like Angular so much is it gives you the ability to make a professional website or app from frontend to backend without having to learn any new languages like PHP or Python etc. Although Angular 8 does actually use Typescript (a superset of JavaScript) it is easy to learn and very similar to JavaScript.

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HTML5 CSS3 and JavaScript are the basics to frontend but there are a few more such as bootstrap, angularjs, jQuery, PHP .... Backend is a lot of mathematics and remembering syntex... Really this is up to you as to where to begin but I would say let's get your hands dirty with frontend before we stick them in the mud...

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Well I don't think that there is any such thing as a best path. Some may say full stack is the best.

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If you want to be a front end developer you will need to know HTML, HTML5, CSS3, CSS and Javascript, this is the best path to take if you wish to become a front end dev. I hope this helps 🤗

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Ahmed Alaa El Din Go through https://www.freecodecamp.org/ That will take you through what you need to be a full stack web developer with node.js on the back end. That is both javascript on front end and back end. You could also try https://www.theodinproject.com/ which just launched a node.js path for back end. But I would say the Odin project is a bit tougher than Free code camp. I recommend one of this programs to avoid information overload, the problem for beginners is usually that there's too much information. Good luck tho 👍😃

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SQL stands for Structured Query LanguageSQL lets you access and manipulate databasesSQL is an ANSI (American National Standards Institute) standard What Can SQL do? SQL can execute queries against a databaseSQL can retrieve data from a databaseSQL can insert records in a databaseSQL can update records in a databaseSQL can delete records from a databaseSQL can create new databasesSQL can create new tables in a databaseSQL can create stored procedures in a databaseSQL can create views in a databaseSQL can set permissions on tables, procedures, and views SQL is a Standard - BUT.... Although SQL is an ANSI (American National Standards Institute) standard, there are many different versions of the SQL language. However, to be compliant with the ANSI standard, they all support at least the major commands (such as SELECT, UPDATE, DELETE, INSERT, WHERE) in a similar manner. Note: Most of the SQL database programs also have their own proprietary extensions in addition to the SQL standard! Using SQL in Your Web Site To build a web site that shows some data from a database, you will need the following: An RDBMS database program (i.e. MS Access, SQL Server, MySQL)A server-side scripting language, like PHP or ASPSQLHTML / CSS RDBMS RDBMS stands for Relational Database Management System. RDBMS is the basis for SQL, and for all modern database systems like MS SQL Server, IBM DB2, Oracle, MySQL, and Microsoft Access. The data in RDBMS is stored in database objects called tables. A table is a collection of related data entries and it consists of columns and rows. We will list the SQL syntax for each of the SQL commands in this section of tutorial later, making this an easy reference for someone who wants to learn SQL.

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Thanks pro 👍

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I would advise you to start by learning the front-end {HTML, CSS3 and JAVASCRIPT} then learn back-end using any language of your choice like php, python e.t.c and master databases like MYSQL and SQL. All the best.

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Divanda Praditya again this has nothing to do with this thread... I asked you politely J⭐: Resolved.

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I'm already finished a lot of courses in html CSS and JavaScript and I've learnt also frameworks like bootstrap and css preprocessor like sass and js library like jQuery but my problem is I don't know what's the next step 🤦🤦

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You have to understand all the programming languages and their syntax.

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Use programming language such as Qsl and C++

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MOSES MOSES UKALOM You know your stuff looks like you are also one of the older programmers here around with a broad mind of programming and knowledge of the older and better languages. Nice meeting you. I'm started around 1982 with prgs and yes the old DOS and GWBASIC later moving to the dBase 3 scene and... Luckely I'm retired. Good luck to you man.

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Can't say much at this stage. Just finished the HTML basics and now sinking teeth on CSS then Java Scripts. So far so good as my goal is not to be a developer (although not ruling out the possibility if competences match the ideal in time). I am learning these languages to bootstrap my business. In short, I will be looking to learn from the likes of the yourselves on this platform.

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Start with the very basics, html css then javascript. Don't get ahead of yourself one step at a time 😊

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i also think it is correct