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I definitely want to do it myself, i have several ventures i want to pursue so i want to be able to learn all that I can. its more going to be a social media and booking site. im fairly new to the web building game, so im trying to read and watch as much as i can.Hi Michael, this a great forum for that. There are several threads here about web dev (both technical and business sides), and several people including myself who have a background in different aspects of web technology. I think it would be really helpful for you to say a little more about what audiences you want to reach, and what your business purposes are for your web site. Is it to find clients? Deliver media from a library, online to paying subscribers? Have a way for media design clients to drop off materials for you to work on, and discuss projects that are underway? Also, how familiar are you already with the technology? Are you comfortable getting into all the tech geek details yourself, or would you want to hire someone for that?
Yeah it would be the web applications,Are you more interested in building a website or building web applications? The latter involving a backend.
A social media and booking site sounds like the latter.
thanks for sharing the video, way better then I anticipated.There are a ton of resources for building web applications.
So, pick one and then start learning.
A great resources for getting an overview of web developent is this video:View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gVXcqO9A1vo
(Don't get overwhelmed or discouraged by all the things you'll see, it's really a collection, and you don't need to learn all of it).
Anyways, I hope that helps. Let me know if there is anything else I can help you with!
I would do would SoftStone said. I have enjoyed working with Python/Django as my backend framework.Yeah it would be the web applications,
I have a couple ideas I'm pursing and all of them are web application based.
I am trying to find means of which i can learn some meaty stuff.
I have done some research, but i was just curious as to if you guys have any golden nuggets worth sharing?
Check out code academy, and also Udemy, they're both great resources for learning how to code... as far as backend's concerned, I like React.Hey guys, building a media company and developing my own website. do you guys know of any good resources?
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