We are also going to use math that will include combining numerical digits and operators so you must have knowledge of that as well.
- Client Side
- Server Side
The client-side, also referred to as the front end, is used more often as it performs the task of interacting with the client through web pages. Although it may seem that the client-side is pretty widespread, it mainly falls into three categories which are; Angular, React, and Vue.
- Starting off with a framework
Before you get into a framework though, I recommend you have some knowledge of the basics.
Where Should You Start?
To figure out where to start, consider the following things:
- Whether you’re a beginner, or experienced in other programming languages. A proficient programmer might be able to jump right into the framework and understand syntax and the inner workings much easier.
- Your learning style. You might be the person that likes to understand things thoroughly step by step, or, you might prefer to jump right into the process.
- Whether you want to learn to make a website or an application. A website is different from an application because, in an application, you are only supposed to provide a view to users. This means that the users are only able to see the content related to them. With a website, however, some of the admin users get the ability to edit some of those things.
- Your goals. Your goals make you curious to learn and in that case, you might just run into the framework from the start.
Thinking about all of these aspects will help you understand whether you should start with the front end or with the back end.
Their method of teaching is second to none in the world. Throughout your learning, you understand how to use these modules, go through examples, practice, check your knowledge through assignments, then, you’re given a project to complete. All of these aspects play an important role in helping make you a full stack developer.