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Introduction to Web Development

Technology is evident everywhere these days. People see their mobile phone before they brush their teeth. Every application in your mobile phone is in constant race to attract you to it. And that is what software companies aim for to attract people.

Technology never dies, we constantly change it. The release of JavaScript framework has become faster than the fashion industry. Let’s say you go from Angular 2 and know every syntax and what file does, you spent a year learning it and just before you start using, Angular 4 comes into picture, and you start learning again. That is the problem with new coders. They learn, but never implement.

Why? Because learning is easy. Implementing is difficult.

Let me tell you a story. I didn’t know how to even write a simple HTML code few months ago. I went for a three months training on frontend web development and Digital Marketing. Guess what, i was now able to write the simple HTML basic codes, the syntax for background colours and all. After the training, i started taking online tutorials and writing down stuff, i couldn’t let go, i was desperate to create something, i wanted to showcase, i want people to see what i can do and i didn’t fail to create something so simple.

To the newbies out there, Web Development is easy once you start coding. I am going to give you some tips from my journey of learning in the field.

1. Implement

Take a simple application. For example, create a simple login and registration form. Get simple details. Web development is HTML, CSS and JavaScript clubbed together to give the best user experience.

2. Don’t leave it off in the middle

The key is to finish what you started. This is something we all do, we start an application, code on it for a while and then as we learn, we abandon it.

Why finish it when i learnt what i need? Is the question you should be asking right now. You finish it because it makes you recollect.

3. Showcase

You need to work for a cause. Work in time limits. Compete. You may not win, but you will definitely have good hands-on experience. You can form a community of techies and gain More knowledge by their style of coding.

Hope your journey into the world of web development is full of learning. Feel free to reach out if you have any queries!

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Ajayi-Eseni Deborah

AJayi-Eseni Deborah is a passionate Volunteer, a Creative Writer and a Teen Coach. She is an Educationists, Economist and SDGs Coordinator Womenpreneur, Nigeria.

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