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Infibusiness Solution specializes in delivering highly-customized, dedicated, role-based Web Development Training courses to technical teams and organizations. Web development is an incredibly exciting and fast changing field. The languages, frameworks, and libraries do change every 6-9 months so it’s hard to keep up with. However, there are some fundamental pieces of this field that don’t change nearly as fast.  

Instructor-led Web Development Training Courses

You have both front-end and back-end web development. Frontend (also called client-side) is developing for the user interface and things that users will interact with directly. The colors, buttons, and layout of a page or mobile app are primarily made by front-end developers. Front-end developers core toolkit is some version of HTML, CSS, and/or JavaScript. These are the items that every web browser works with and understands. It all started with those core 3 languages that have since been built upon with a slew of libraries and frameworks.

Backend development pertains with the databases and middleware that interface with the databases. Most applications need some sort of data or state to work with. This information is what drives them, it’s why they exist. Backend developers will typically develop in languages like Python, PHP, Ruby and JavaScript. Generally companies and developers will choose one framework like Ruby on Rails, Django, or Node.Js and stick with it for their product. Changing in the middle is very difficult and time consuming.

The exciting thing about the JavaScript language in particular is that in can be used for both the frontend and backend. JavaScript started out as a purely client-side language but with the likes of Nodejs, it can be used to query databases, set up servers, you name it. JavaScript is also being used in libraries like Cordova and Ionic to build mobile apps. Despite its flaws, it’s a very powerful and ubiquitous language. 

A very popular JavaScript stack is the MEAN stack. MEAN stands for MongoDB, Express, Angular, and Node. This stack is, in some ways, replacing the hot stack of 10 years ago, the LAMP stack (Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP). Here’s the MEAN stack explained in a nutshell: MongoDB will store and retrieve the data. Express.JS will handle the routing, business logic, and server. Angular will handle client-side HTML, CSS, and JS. Node will be the runtime environment for it all. The rare developer who can handle these 4 technologies is known as a full-stack developer. 

One of the challenges of understanding web development, is that its technologies are so hotly debated and contested by developers. Many developers love Angular’s ability to help with testing, productivity, and general organization. Other developers loathe Angular’s way of doing things, like directives and dirty-checking. MongoDB was the hot database for a while but many developers pointed out its inconsistencies and disorganization. Most opinions on web development, even by seasoned professionals, need to be taken with a grain of salt. 

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