Picking up on our previous discussion on web development: I, here is a writeup that talks more about this subject.
“Front end” web development is no different from Client Server development. In the client server domain, the above four and a few additional technologies are used to create and style web pages. In particular, Bootstrap (developed at Twitter) is a popular framework to help create responsive, mobile-first web sites. We will touch upon this in subsequent posts.
One of the best resources to start learning is http://www.w3schools.com/. Not only does it provide you with a complete compendium of commands and tools, it has a learn by example method where you can easily grasp what the code does in an online editor. In short, learn quickly. And the website serves as a ready reference for a host of technologies which makes it an incredible resource.
Responsive design means that the page renders proportionately on all devices, computers, mobile phones and tablets; optimal viewing and interaction experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling.
We will continue this discussion in subsequent posts where we will touch upon technologies such as understanding and using Bootstrap and more.
As you go about your programming work, if you have any doubts to clear, log on to http://stackoverflow.com/, a premier site for developers to voice their questions. Opening an account with them is free as is the use of forums. Maintain strict relevance in your posts to get the optimum output from this site.
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