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Web development is the most common and consistently high requirement skill-set in the industry. Not surprisingly Web Development can be very confusing to beginners entering into the programming world. One reason behind this is because web development is not just one programming language or coding skill you can learn. It's a cocktail of skills across a group of different technologies that help you become a professional web developer.
So coming straight to the point what are those group of technologies. The most basic combination is that of these languages:
For the intermediate level, needed for professional development, you would need to add skills such as Php and other modern JS frameworks such as Angular, Node JS, or REACT among others. If you want to go a step higher, you would need to be aware of backend frameworks such as Spring with Java, or Django for Python among others with some working knowledge of SQL. When you move into intermediate to advance levels, you primarily evolve to become a 'full stack' web developer!
Now without any further delay, let's dive into the Learning Path into being a Web- Developer.
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Interestingly, web development is already a cocktail of skills to get a job in the industry. So by the time you are finished with the learning path, you would already have the mix of skills to get a job in web development industry. But if you have the interest and energy remaining to continue learning onwards (or whenever you're ready next), these are the skills you can try developing.
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These are some of the job roles you can target with Web Development va as your skill:
This article is third in our new series of 'Learning Paths', to help students learn a new language in a planned manner. It's an initiative we are taking based on the pain points we uncovered after talking to some of our users. We figured it would help students to have some example courses to look for whenever interested in a topic of their choice. Also as a next step what other complementary skills they might need when targeting a particular job role in mind.
However, there's always a scope to do better. So it is awesome if you would like to share any ideas to help us plan our next article better. Be it the next 'Learning Path' in the same series, or some other area where we can help better. Quickcode will always be welcoming of your ideas, appreciation, and feedback of any kind.