The terms HTML, HTML5 and XHTML are frequently used in web design. Most people who are new to web design, often find these terms confusing and don’t know which language of these three to learn. The confusion is understandable because all of them are markup languages and essentially serve the same purpose. To clear out the confusion, let’s take a look at their differences in detail.
What is CSS?
A Cascading Style Sheet, commonly known as CSS, is the layer of styling over HTML elements, or in simpler terms, it lets you style the elements (font, size, colour, and spacing) of your HTML pages and content by gently applying classes to it.
CSS takes cares of the presentation and helps you determine how the pages and content that you make with HTML are going to look and display. CSS will be a saviour once you have learned to master the code.
Frameworks have become an essential part of web development, as the standards of web applications are always rising, so does the complexity of the technology needed. It’s completely unreasonable to reinvent the wheel for such complex technologies -assuming that you can reinvent all that. That’s why using frameworks endorsed by thousands of developers around the world is a very sensible approach for building rich and interactive web applications. A web app has a backend (server side) and a frontend (client side) so we will look at both best Backend frameworks as well as frontend frameworks. Here goes the list of best web development frameworks in 2018:
From RESTful APIs to complete MVC frameworks, here are some of the most powerful backend frameworks in 2018 that you might be interested in.
The sheer amount of available technologies to choose from, the different functionalities they provide, the differences in each one of them and the fact that there’s no holy grail in web development, nor a one solution fits all, all of this makes it quite scary to embark on a learning journey.