Front End Development: What to Learn after HTML, CSS and Javascript

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A front-end developer often wonders about what to do next after having mastered HTML, CSS and Javascript. HTML is a markup language that is used to create static sites, whereas CSS is a styling language that is used to set the visual style of web pages and user interfaces written in HTML and XHTML. Javascript, on the other hand, is a dynamic programming language that supports object-oriented, imperative, and functional programming styles. Now that you know the basics of web development, the next big step is to learn PHP and MySQL web development. But why?

PHP is a brilliant scripting language you can use to create interactive websites, and MySQL is a database management system which opens gates to highly desirable web assets, like email accounts, blogs, content management systems etc.

Let’s talk about why PHP is important

Having an interactive site brings a plethora of benefits to the owner. And what could be a better language than PHP for creating an interactive website or app that gives rise to consumer communication and paves the way to establish a strong relationship with them. As a web developer, you will find that it’s very easy to learn PHP and parse its syntax. Below are some important advantages of learning PHP:

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