Best Order to Learn Front-End and Back-End Languages?

Hey guys I had a question. What is the best order to learn Front-End and Back-End Programming Languages. I’m looking to be a Web Developer and so far I’ve taught myself HTML, CSS, and I’m currently working on Bootstrap. I was looking into a coding bootcamp but I’ve read so many mixed reviews.

15th Jan 2020, 3:46 PM
Gunner Beal
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There are mixed reviews because it really depends on the person's workflow. Are you the type of person that prefers to get the deep and dirty work done first? Back-end then front-end Or you like to make everything visually appealing then get to the dirty work later? front then back. I personally like getting the dirty work done first so i would recommend starting backend, getting everything up and running before front end. Sometimes backend doesnt go as planned so front end has to change, or backend fails miserably so you cant even do front end. You'll have wasted time on frontend. Others would say different. frontend first to see if its worth having a backend. If backend fails, at least we have a nice site to salvage for another project. Frontend is more relaxing. etc, etc but yeah i do > setup a server (type depends. usually use nodejs. security and all that is done here) > port forward if needed > Setup a DB and QL if needed > REST, CORS, CRUD etc. > an API if needed > HTML > CSS > JS
15th Jan 2020, 4:54 PM
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