Web Development Introduction (English Tutorial)

Last Update March 9, 2022
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About This Course

  • Introduction:

Web development refers to the actions and operations required to create, manage and sustain a website over the internet or intranet. The process of web development is diverse and unique.  It includes web content development, web design, scripting (client or server-side), and network configuration between other jobs. Looking at it through a broader lens, web development is done to ensure optimal website performance, make it user-friendly, and secure speedy operations over the website. Web development is more than a process it is an art! It often encompasses strategic actions to rank your website on SEO results.

  • Who is a Web Developer?

In simple words, experts who maintain a website are referred to as web developers or as web devs. The job of web developers is to make the website appear great! He ensures that the operations are performed seamlessly and the overall client’s experience is made optimal.

  • How do a Web Developer works?

Web developers use distinct coding language to ensure the fast working of a website. The language varies according to the task performed and the platform on which the website is placed.

  • Demand for Web Development skills:

The skills needed for web development are in high demand nowadays over the world. This profession is well-paid and a great career to opt for by the youth.  This field is a great career to choose as you do not have to go to a university to get a degree for qualification. All you need is knowledge and skills put to work at the right place.


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