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Sunday, 21 January 2018

The best web technologies and programming languages to learn in 2018

The best web technologies and programming language to learn in 2018
The best web technologies and programming language to learn in 2018


We are already in the early days of the year so why this question, you may be wondering. It is very likely that you have not tried all these languages yet. So this list will allow you to catch up or give you some surprises. Each of these languages deserves your attention.
"What language (programming) should I learn for this year?"
This question is very often asked. But the problem with her is that it's like someone asking what car he should buy. The answer depends on several factors. Do you want to buy a new car or a used one? Which form do you prefer? What kind of engine do you expect?
It's also the same scenario with web development.

Do you want to work individually or for a company? How far are you willing to invest to learn? Do you have enough time to learn? What are your current capabilities when it comes to development? Why do you want to learn to program?

To begin
Note that this list is a simplified and appropriate list for 2018, thus not including all programming languages on the market. We will do our best to answer as honestly as possible the question asked previously. Obviously, it is not so easy to measure the popularity of a programming language.

After researching and analyzing popular designs like PYPL, TIOBE, Trendy Skills, Google Trends, and especially after speaking with experts, we can say that the trend for 2018 is:
Ø JavaScript
Ø Java
Ø Python
Ø TypeScript
Ø PHP
Ø C#

If you want to become a front-end developer
(HTML & CSS are not 'programming languages', but I put them on the list to help beginners.



HTML
HTML is the plan, the 'shell' of a website.
HTML5 is the latest version of HTML and is dynamic, meaning you can create beautiful websites with fewer codes and do more things. It's a good language to learn for the next 3 years. Read what Steve Jobs said about HTML5 here. https://www.engadget.com/2015/01/28/now-that-youtube-has-jumped-to-html5-heres-what-steve-jobs-sai/







CSS
CSS gives a style to websites. You can find the things you can do with CSS by clicking here http://www.mezzoblue.com/zengarden/alldesigns/.
CSS3 is the latest version of CSS and it is also dynamic. HTML5 and CSS3 work perfectly together.









Javascript

JavaScript is the most used programming language in the world. JavaScript can be illustrated with 'if this, so this'. The latest version of JavaScript (ES2017) was released this year and developers are already excited to try it. Once you understand how JavaScript works, you should learn jQuery https://jquery.com/ . The latter is a library of different 'plugins' to add to your code. These plugins will save you time and make it easier for you to add functionality.

Note: JavaScript can also be a back-end language, but to put it simply, I put it in the front-end language section.









TypeScript

TypeScript is a static language that compiles with JavaScript and is growing rapidly! The new version 2.1 includes all new features with static type options. One of its advantages is also better bug control in your code or against any typos, async / await and more https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/typescript/2016/12/07/announcing-typescript-2-1/ It is also the preferred language for writing Angular 2 applications.

Learn TypeScript here https://www.typescriptlang.org/docs/tutorial.html

 and here https://www.edx.org/course/introduction-typescript-microsoft-dev201x-1








If you want to become a back-end developer




PHP

PHP is the most popular server-side programming language in the world.
It is generally used as a basis for Content Management Systems (CMS) for WordPress and other websites such as Wikipedia and Facebook.
PHP 7.1 was released in December 2016.




Django on Python

Python is an object-oriented language that is very similar to the English language. This makes it an excellent language to learn for beginners as well as for experienced professionals.
Instagram, YouTube, Reddit, NASA, for example, all use Python.
The Python 3.6 release came out in December 2016 with great features



Asp.net

C # ('see-sharp') is a programming language widely used in the world. It is not just limited to the Microsoft's .NET platform.
It is also used for iOS and Android applications with Xamarin technology and Windows applications.
Version 7.0 was released in August 2016 with incredible features.




Ruby on rails

Rails is a framework built on Ruby programming language, it's released the first time in 2004, but it became very popular in latest years, ruby on rails now rivals other backend web technologies such as node.js, Django, PHP, you can learn it from its official website and documentation from this link: http://rubyonrails.org/.




Node.js

Node.js is a powerful environment to let javascript programming language works on the server side, it used in web programming and it has good and powerful benefits especially in chat programming because it works with the non-blocking concept and it builds amazing real-time apps.







In summary

If you want to become a full stack developer, we recommend you learn the basics of HTML, CSS, and Bootstrap. And once you master these 'languages', learn TypeScript and two back-end languages of your choice.
It's NOT KNOW everything that counts, but what you are able to DO with the knowledge you have.
Remember that it's not because you master JavaScript, C #, Ruby, Go, and others as a leader that you will necessarily have a job. This is the biggest of the programming:

It's up to you. We showed you the best programming languages of 2018. Now it's up to you to choose the best for you!

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