What does a Web Developer do?

  • The term "web development" encompasses the processes involved in designing, developing, and updating websites. Designing websites, publishing them online, programming for the web, and managing online databases are all part of this field. The process of making a website or other internet-based application. Developers that work in the web development company in Netherlands  build and manage websites. They are also in charge of the site's technical details, such as its speed and its ability to deal with a high volume of visitors. Website content can also be made by developers.

     There are two broad categories for building websites:

     #Frontend Development

     The "user-facing" or front end of a website is developed by front-end developers. Simply said, front-end web development deals with the visible and interactive parts of a website, app, or other digital product. Websites rely heavily on the front end, thus it's important to have developers that can take your visual concepts and turn them into code. It is expected that Front-End Developers have a deep familiarity with HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and other programming languages, as well as with popular frameworks such as React, Bootstrap, Backbone, AngularJS, and Ember.

     #Backend Development

     A website's backend, including its database interactions, user authentication, server, network, and hosting setup, and business logic, is built by a Back-End Developer, who also provides ongoing maintenance and ensures the site functions properly. Server-side languages like PHP, Ruby, and Python, and databases and version control systems like MySQL, Oracle, and Git are the standard fare for Back-End Developers.