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[edit]. For front end development…. There is only one. javascript. For javascript there are many libraries. I prefer React.js with the create-react-app dev tools. There are many extensions to html, like CSS that help to make html dynamic, and tooks to exrend CSS, like less and sass. Alternatives to javascriot include the obsolete Silverlight, and the buggy Flash. But these are add-on for the browser, and introduce security risks. [edit]. another language for front end development that I use daily is Java + GWT, but the java gets transpiled into javascript, and the obfuscation I find is very hard for new and seasoned developers to grasp when t are first introduced to GWT. And google has pretty much abandoned this project—updates are slow and mostly commity driven. [edit]. If you are looking for a backend answer, then there are many choices, but I would caution you to avoid Microsoft ficused solutions as the web is powered mostly by linux, even Microsoft avoids windows for their web hosting in high volume scenarios. If .Net is something you are interested in, look at Mono instead. Be sure to cinsider the differences between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 when making a choice. Consider how the data is obtained, and produced. Consider ease and cost of scaling vertically, and horizontally. Today’s corporate trend tends to fall into two camps, J2EE (or Spring), or .Net. And web facing languages tend to lean to PHP for server generated html pages, or the flavor of the week for back end data processing, ranging from javascript (Node.js) for its non-blocking nature, and extreme ease and low cost of scaling, or hosted services like AWS, Parse, Firebase, PubNub, etc…. When dealing with backend, there is no right or wrong language. there doesnt even have to be a language at all. The back end is chosen by best fit, after considering costs, scalability, weight, complexity, and several other factors that matter to you. Note. My original, short answer, was based on what I perceive a modern website to be, and as it was pointed out to me, some still live the other design model for the web, where the server generates the html. Today’s trend is to move away from this, and to have the app reside in the client’s web brwoser, and the data being provided by a baco end system. I work in both these environmenta, but the only one that I feel to be relevant is the client-server distributed model, the the app is in the browser.

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In a client-server approach, you are responsible for developing the site, design, client facing, and hosting is an added cost. But this approach is still not a full time job, it is just a part of keeping the business afloat. It is still a good idea to plan on this model, so the clients feel more in control of site development, and less dependent on the vendor. How did you approach your project as a beginner? The way I chose what to do with my website was by finding resources, and then picking a programming language. For a very early web development experience, I built my site on Joomla 2 and ppb. I was surprised there were more than a few articles in 2004 suggesting I make the jump to PHP. It still hasn't quite caught on, and I hear it is more likely to end up being an orphan language, like.