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As the internet has become an important part of our daily lives, web development has become one of the most in-demand skill nowadays. Companies today are looking for web developers to build and maintain websites to meet the wants and needs of their online customers.
You can learn how to code for the web without getting a computer degree. There are huge resources online. We have gathered a few suggestions regarding web development from industry experts around the world.
Few Tips for Learning
Start with the end in mind.
One of the first things we recommend doing when starting out learning web development is to decide upon a clear end goal and keep it in mind.
Maybe you want to change your career or you have a great idea for an app or maybe you just want to learn for fun
Whatever your goal, it’s important to understand why you are doing this. This understanding will help you be more productive with your learning time. It will also help encourage you through those times when you feel like giving up.
Remember, no matter how elaborate and far away the end goal may seem now, you can achieve it with hard work and perseverance.
You should possess a lot of patience and dedicate a lot of time in programming. If you get stuck somewhere don’t forget to use forums/communities and gain effectiveness of this will totally depend on the community/forum you opt-in and there will be nobody to teach you from scratch
Build something that showcases your creativity and personality. Remember, if it’s interesting to you, it will be easier and faster to learn. Setup a GitHub account and upload your projects there
Start building things when you start learning HTML and CSS
We don’t expect you to be an expert in HTML and CSS before you start building things, or moving on to learning a server-side language.
You don’t have to spend months and months doing tutorial after tutorial. Don’t get stuck in the coding tutorial rut. Once you mastered all these you can learn as you build
Roadmap to a Full Stack Web Developer
Html and CSS
CSS Preprocessors (Less & Sass)
DataBase ( MySQL,MongoDB)
Chrome Dev Tools
Ruby on Rails
HTML and CSS
HTML and CSS are the foundational languages of the internet. Every web page is written in HTML. It tells the web browser how to organize and structure the web page. CSS controls the visual layout of websites. These resources cover the basics of HTML and CSS so you can build your first web page.
Bonus:- If you can get your hands on Jon Duckett’s HTML and CSS: Design and Build Websites book, it’s also a rock solid starting point for learning HTML & CSS (with a sprinkle of web design). It’s highly rated , offers a solid introduction to the world of web development. It’s a beautiful book thanks to it’s a clean design with big letters and colorful pages. I often come back to it just to admire it.
You can do responsive design without any additional framework, but it’s far easier with the help of a responsive framework like Bootstrap. Bootstrap’s official documentation is very well made so you should have no problem at getting started with it.
If you are having trouble grasping it’s basic principles, read Froont’s blog post on 9 basic principles of responsive web design. It has beautiful clean & simple animations that help illustrate visually the principles of responsive web design.
Design patterns are basically reusable code solutions that can be repeatedly used to solve common software problems. Having a foundation on this will make you far more competitive software developer in any programming language. This will also make it easier for you to understand other people’s code, since you’ll quickly identify what design pattern they used on their code to better understand it.
GIT ( Version Control System )
Git basically it lets you keep a track of the changes you make to your code so that if things go wrong, you can roll back to a previous point in time. It also lets you see your code’s history.
We found CodeSchool’s free Try Github course to be a friendly way to get started. Atlassian’s Git training was superb at covering the more advanced commands available. Code schools Git Learning Path is also great at covering Git’s fundamentals.
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