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Front end or Back end ? And what is the difference ?

What courses will i take if i want to be a web designer ? Plsss. add some additional information about that language.

5/18/2017 5:04:40 AM

Mateo Do

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To be a web designer, you need : HTML : https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTML CSS : https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cascading_Style_Sheets JavaScript : https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/JavaScript and some server sided languages...

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Oh yeah ,,UP is a good movie with that old guy,dog,wife. 😊 Google may help you for this.You can get results without upvotes.These are one of the most indexed queries in google results Front:html5,css3,js ,SASS etc Responsive design:bootstrap,django Library:jquery Back:php,c++ Database:mysql

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@coDEniNjA your a true friend ☺ thanks for the advice Dude ... your a good commentor you deserve to be followed haha

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I develop full stack with html, css, javascript. You could learn other languages, but with nodejs you can have javascript on both sides

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@Dayve what are the languages of a server-side languages .. ? P.S - I really appreciate that THANK YOU

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@BenoitRanque ... thank you very much but whats the use of Node.js in web designing ?

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you can use a lot of languages in back end. some of the most popular include php and java. I like to use javascript on the back end. That way it is only one language on both sides.

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nodejs allows you to use javascript on the server. so maybe comunicate with a database. log a user in. make sure they have permission to do what they want to do. etc. use google.

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Here is my answers for you: Front end or Back end ? 1- If you will work as a single developer who will do every thing from scratch (Design/Develop/Algorithms/Data management/WebServices ect..) you need to learn and be good in both. 2- If you will just be responsible for the look and feel of the web site you need to learn css/html/javascript . what is the difference ? Front end : everything involved with what the user sees, including design and some languages like HTML and CSS at client site. Back end: developers are mostly worried about things like security, structure and content management at server side.

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Up ... answer please