Let’s sail the ship!
Web development is all around the tech-savvy guys; it’s the only thing that they do -- web development. In fact, every enterprise has web development as the foundation stone -- the first phase of the lads who want to prosper their career in the industry of Information Technology. The web development is the best ignition button to press.
Web Development is not just limited to HTML. By the way, the domain involves markup language, Cascading Style sheets (CSS), some security measures too, et al. with the sprinkle of coding for backend purposes.
There are numerous courses all around the globe online and offline available. But what’s the use if one can’t even make up his mind before the take. The web development courses need no any wanderings or lullabies. It’s a complete package for the ones who want to make web development as their choice for a career. It covers the basics to advanced key points of the web requirement.
The web development proves to be the ultimatum for the newbies.
There are mainly two types of web developers: a) Front End Developers and b) Backend Developers. The former covers all the essentials needed for the on-screen content which is displayed to the user or client. The latter focuses on the procedures or functionality which is occurring on the other side of the coin.
The domain also has big names like Mean Stack Developers and Full Stack developers. Trust me on this; both are not very different from each other. Here both the professionals work on both sides of the web front-end as well as backend. The only difference lies there is that Mean stacker is more profound in his doings while the full stacker craves every technology but to some extent, not to the level of the former who knows few technologies but their extremes.
Let’s see these four subdomains:
They get a good paycheck of around 17K to 20K for freshers, and it’s not that bad!
1. The complete Front-End Web Development Course
It’s a high-level language, dynamic plus instead of compiling it is an interpreted paradigm. JS is based on the prototype first-class functions, constructing it a multi-paradigm. On top of that, the course covers its basic Object Oriented Features (OOPs) while developing the logic for the front side of the application.
3. AngularJS: fulfilling the needs and wants
The course is strictly meant for front-end frameworks sticking to the version 6.x. Typescript is the medium for creating Angular application. The responsive user interface is created in Angular Flex-Layout.
Similarly, Coursera provides a variety of front-end courses in Bootstrap 4, AngularJS, ReactJS. All the efforts in the direction of making web development highly scalable, flexible, and code readable.
The Backend lads are more profound to the ingestion of logic to the layouts for the front-end. Server-side development is another name for backend development. It’s the technical term used for the behind the curtain activities that occur when some user or the client is tapping on his LCD/LED.
1.PHP training course
Zend professionals provide backend course in PHP of various levels depending upon the knowledge and skill set of a person. Naming from PHP Fundamentals I, II, III, PHP Foundations for IBM i.
PHP Fundamentals I guides you through with basics of programming to the class exercises meant for devising a reinforce key language concepts. Fundamentals II meant for intermediate level teaching you the concepts of higher structure class enabling the industry best practices in your lap. Fundamentals III meant for experienced professionals sharing more hands-on principals of Software Architecture
The IBM i level course is for those who are strictly bound to RPG programmers with a firm understanding of the language. The course covers IBM i databases along with Toolkit differences including the substantial practice of binary coding parts.
2. Python for Backend
If one really wants to reach to the peak of the Backend mountain, then the Sentdex on youtube provides an excellent and in-depth concept clearance in his tutorial and all this happens live. It’s a 12 episode course.
High level, code rapidly, neat and clean with the pragmatic design. The wheel one invented needs no further tweaks unless new features are on your mind. Talking about the security, Django seriously takes this issue into consideration as it aids in removing most common mistakes from the security perspective.
Mean Stack Development
1. MongoDB Training Course
MongoDB online course from the official site can teach everything that one needs for databases. Starting from the basics to features, tools for Mongoose, cluster administration, aggregation framework, how to maintain or increase the performance of your database. Optimizing the DBs.
2. AngularJS, NodeJS course
LinkedIn is also in the race of providing tutorials, and trust me on this, these lads KNOW the mechanisms of Information Technology. The course covers the AngularJS plus NodeJS, along with MongoDB for databases. This one is a little bit advanced course need HTML, CSS, JS, and git frameworks’ prior knowledge. I don't recommend to the newbies, but those who are from Computer Science, the road is concrete coal tared to ride on.
Full Stack Development
Alike the Mean stacker, these persons perform the same task. Good at both front and back end as well. It’s just that they have more tools to perform the same actions as the MEAN stack developers.
The full stack developer has the limited knowledge of the pile he has gathered.
The ones who want to set up a markup, Coursera fulfills the essential. Two frameworks, i.e., in ReactJS and Multiplatform Mobile App development in React Native, are taught well. On the server-side, the learner learns MongoDB within a NodeJS environment and the framework like Express. Create RESTful APIs after the walkthrough.
2. Java as a Full Stack
The course covers the essentials like Core Java, JSP Servlets, hibernate, spring, web services or RestFul API.The course walks you down the aisle of:
- Building a completely functioning via the web application in simple steps.
- Java Server Pages servlets from basic to the advance.
- Validations on the forms.
- Web Templates to make the web.
The whole article says many things, but at the end of the day all mean the same, i.e., Web Development is a good start which is indeed.
The only block I’d like to construct here is “Oh! My readers don’t gaze your eyes on salary lines.” The salary is the secondary thing in the whole process; what matters is the ‘skill.’ Period!