Web development

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The process of creating a website, either for the World Wide Web (Internet) or an internal network known as an intranet is referred to as web development (a private network). The construction of a website may include a wide variety of tasks, ranging from the production of a single static page consisting just of plain text to the creation of complicated web apps, online companies, and social networking services. A more comprehensive list of the tasks that are commonly referred to as web development may include web engineering, web design, web content development, client liaison, client-side/server-side scripting, web server and network security configuration, and e-commerce development. Other tasks that may be included on this list include e-commerce development.

Writing markup and coding are the two primary components of developing websites that are not related to the design of the site, which are often referred to as "Web development" among Web experts. The use of content management systems (CMS) in web development may make it simpler and more accessible for users with little technical knowledge to make updates to the website's content.

While it comes to bigger companies and corporations, web development teams might consist of hundreds of individuals (web developers) and adhere to standard approaches such as Agile processes. These methodologies are used when constructing websites. It's possible that a smaller firm may simply need a single permanent or contracted developer, or perhaps a secondary assignment to similar employment categories such as a graphic designer or information systems technician. Instead of being the responsibility of a single department, the construction of websites could be a task that is carried out in collaboration with other departments. There are three sub-specializations available for Web developers: front-end developer, back-end developer, and full-stack developer. Front-end developers are in charge of the behaviour and aesthetics that run in the user's browser, while back-end developers deal with the servers. Since Tim Berners-Lee developed the World Wide Web at CERN, the industry has grown, and it has become one of the most widely utilised technologies in the history of the world.