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Which languages are best for web development and what sequence should i follow for better understanding??

languages for web development

2nd Mar 2018, 5:42 PM
Hemant Malik
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When it comes to front end web design, the go to for most developers would be HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, respectively. To break it down, HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) is used to create the framework of your website, so like the different sections, the text, input fields, etc. CSS is used to add more pizzazz to it, allowing for colour, animations, different sizes, etc. JavaScript is the last of the trio, and is used mainly for all the dynamic elements on your page. This may include some more animations, a thing to trigger for when a button is pressed, or it may allow for information to be sent after inputting something into an input field. I would recommend doing it in the order I just used, as it makes it easier to understand as you go along. When it comes to back end development, some of the more popular languages include PHP and SQL. PHP is used mainly for passwords, usernames, etc. and is used to take in information sent by some sort of forum. It also allows for the use of cookies on your website, which makes it much easier to process information and store it for when the user wants it again. SQL is used for databases, more specifically, massive fields of data that can store and send data whenever. It is mainly used when you need to store large amounts of information (ie. users, passwords, etc.), without making the speed of the website suffer because of all the data. Hope this helped!
2nd Mar 2018, 6:06 PM
Faisal
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The best languages for web development are HTML, CSS and JavaScript. With HTML you make the webpage, CSS helps a lot at design and with JavaScript is made the behaviour of the page.... And those languages are very easy to understand... You only should know english to understand them, but without practicing you won't be able to learn something. :-D
2nd Mar 2018, 5:56 PM
Mao
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Thanq @Faisal for such an awesome explaination, now i have a clearer idea of what to do next ,bt can u tell me is python going to be any useful in web as i have allready started that course other than sololearn and halfway there??
3rd Mar 2018, 4:24 AM
Hemant Malik
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It helped a lot more that what I said
2nd Mar 2018, 6:08 PM
Mao
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thanq Mao for helping me out,as u suggested, i know practice is important and yes i am working on a code allready ‚ėļ
3rd Mar 2018, 4:22 AM
Hemant Malik
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thanq once again @Faisal your response is a great help to meūüėÉ
3rd Mar 2018, 9:45 AM
Hemant Malik
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You seem to be good at web development... Can you answer at my last question, please?
2nd Mar 2018, 6:09 PM
Mao
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@Mao Sure! I'll just take a look at it for a bit
2nd Mar 2018, 6:13 PM
Faisal
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thanks a lot
2nd Mar 2018, 6:13 PM
Mao
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@Hemant Malik No problem! I'm always glad to help out d: When it comes to Python, web development is definitely possible! Because Python is so open to modules and libraries, there are many resources which allow for web development, one of which include Django. Django is a web framework, meaning it is used to create the framework of a website. Python can also be used for scripting, and most likely take on a similar role with JavaScript. However, even with that, Python isn't exactly too code at making websites, as it is just a programming language thats main purpose isn't meant for web design. Of course, this still doesn't make it any worse at web development and some people do use it for creating websites.
3rd Mar 2018, 4:41 AM
Faisal
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