How To Become A Web Developer.

A web developer is a programmer who develops World Wide Web applications using a clientserver model. The applications typically use HTML, CSS and JavaScript in the client, PHP, ASP.NET (C#), Python, Node.js, Go or Java in the server, and http for communications between client and server. A web developer may specialize in client-side applications (front-end developer), server-side applications (back-end developer), or both (full-stack developer).

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Average Web Developer Salary in India is Rs. 308,040 per annum. The salary could vary depending on factors like 
location, experience level, company profile, etc. Since web development is a vast field we shall divide this into the different sections.
Courses After 12th In Web Development
  1. B. Tech in Computer Science.
  2. B. Tech in Information Technology.
  3. B.Sc in Computer Science.
  4. B.Sc in Information Technology.
  5. B.Sc in Multimedia and Web Technology.
  6. B.Sc in Web Development.
  7. Advanced Diploma in Office Automation and Web Design.
  8. Diploma in Web Development.

There are no formal educational or license requirements to become a web developer. However, many colleges and trade schools offer coursework in web development. There are also many tutorials and articles which teach web development, often freely available on the web – for example, on JavaScript.

Become a Web Developer:


1 – Know what employers are looking for.

2 – Understand what computer skills you need to become a web developer.

3 – Understand that web development is a very demanding career.

4 – Understand the purpose and function of programming languages and platforms.

5 – Become familiar with HTML.

6 – Learn about Java.

7 – Develop skills using NET/ C#.

8 – Think about learning PHP.

9 – Consider developing skills in writing C++ code.

10 – Learn how to code in Python.

11 – Understand the basics of graphics on a webpage.

12 – Download free graphic editing software.

13 – Practice adding images to a website.

14 – Plan several websites.

15 – Make business cards.

16 – Beef up your social media presence.

17 – Advertise online and in newspapers.

18 – Prepare and update your curriculum vitae or resume.

19 – Put some of the code you have written online.

20 – Research tech companies.

21 – Spend time on technical tests.

22 – Go to any interviews prepared.


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