WEB DEVELOPMENT WITH PYTHON; Roadmap for Web Development

Even with so many programming languages out there, Python is one that continues to stand out. It’s easy to learn and read, which makes it an excellent option for someone who isn’t a programmer by trade and is just looking to dip their toes into the programming waters.
That being said, as a language that is also incredibly versatile, Python has plenty of applications in different fields and roles. As such, it can be used in almost any industry imaginable. For example, it’s not uncommon to find Python being implemented in web development projects using Django or other frameworks.

Python web frameworks are only used in the backend for server-side technology, aiding in URL routing, HTTP requests and responses, accessing databases, and web security. While it is not required to use a web framework, it is extremely recommended because it helps you develop complex applications in significantly less time.

In this article, we will give you a roadmap of 5 steps for web development with python.

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Starting with web development with python, it’s important that you first learn HTML and CSS, which are the fundamentals of learning how to build websites. It would be best if you learned how to structure responsive static pages to start your web development journey. It might also be helpful to learn concepts like the internet, HTTP, browsers, DNS, hosting, and more.

You can also learn a CSS framework like Materialize or Bootstrap, which significantly speeds up your development, but it’s not needed.


STEP 2: Javascript

An excellent next step is to learn vanilla Javascript. You should learn basic concepts like data types, variables, general conventions, string manipulation, arithmetic and operators, control statements, loops, etc. Learning the basics of Javascript will make it easier for you when you’re applying Javascript to the client-side code.


STEP 3: DOM & jQuery

After you learn javascript fundamentals, you should learn how to manipulate the DOM and jQuery, which is a javascript library that makes DOM manipulation easier. Now you know how to create dynamic pages.

Frontend Framework (this is optional)

While learning a frontend framework like React is not required to build a functional full-stack web application, it’s recommended. Not only does it help you create beautiful SPAs, but it’s also often a requirement to be hired as a front-end or full-stack developer



Now, onto the backend. You should cover the basics of Python just like you did for Javascript before learning DOM manipulation. Learning the fundamentals will prepare you for Django, so you don’t have as many headaches jumping right in. Learning introductory Python shouldn’t be too tricky, though, as many of the concepts will be similar to Javascript.



With Django, you’ll be able to set up your backend environment and develop the business logic. You will also have to learn about databases such as SQLite, how to make queries, and the CRUD function. With this, you can make a full-stack application!


Another resource that can be helpful when learning about web development with Python is Stack Overflow. There are thousands of questions from users all over the world. Those questions are answered by people who are experts in various fields such as programming, design and architecture, and software engineering. This means that you can find answers to almost any question you might have.


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