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Web & Application Development

The process of developing applications that run on distant servers and are sent over the Internet to the user's device is known as web application development. A web application (web app) can be viewed across a network without the need to download it. An end user can use a web browser like Mozilla Firefox, Safari, or Google Chrome to access a web application. The bulk of web apps are able to be created in HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript.

Web and application development are broad fields that involve creating websites, web applications, and mobile applications. Here's a brief overview of each:

Web and Application Development

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Front-end Development:

Creating the user interface and user experience that users interact with directly in a web browser.

Back-end Development

Handling server-side logic, databases, and application functionality.

Full-stack Development:

Involves working on both front-end and back-end aspects of web development.

Application Development

Mobile App Development:

iOS: Swift (for native), SwiftUI, Objective-C.
Android: Kotlin (for native), Java.
Cross-Platform: Flutter (Dart), React Native (JavaScript/TypeScript), Xamarin (C#).

Desktop App Development:

Windows: C# (with WPF or UWP), C++ (with WinForms).
MacOS: Swift (with Cocoa), Objective-C.
Linux: GTK, Qt.

Application Frameworks:

Electron (for building cross-platform desktop apps using web technologies).

UI/UX Design

Adobe XD, Sketch, Figma for designing user interfaces.