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10 Steps to Be a Web Developer with Book Recommendation

Many people want to be web developer. But not many people know how and where to start. In this 10 steps guideline, I discuss how to be a web developer from Zero experience with my recommended books.

I created this guidelines based on my web development experience and recent trends. Personally I read most of the books I recommended here.

1. HTML & CSS

First step of becoming a web developer is to learning the fundamental of HTML and CSS. These are the building blocks of website or web application development. Normally a web developer doesn’t have to be a master of CSS as Web designer do this job. But sometimes for simple modification its way better to fix by oneself than asking the designer.

Recommended Books for HTML and CSS

 Learn to Code HTML and CSS

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Full Stack Python Developer 9 Things to KNOW

I often get question in my Bangla Youtube channel that how to be a Full Stack Python Web Developer.

We can divide web development into 2 section:

  1. Backend
  2. Frontend

Backend Web Developer:

Backend developers are those who write application code that runs in server. How the application runs in server, how database connectivity happens and some other things are all part of backend developers job. To be a Backend Python Web Developer one have to learn at least one of the popular Python based web frameworks:

  1. Django or
  2. Flask

For database management system either have to know

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Test a Flask App with Selenium WebDriver - Part 2

This is the second and final part of a tutorial on how to test a Python/Flask web app with Selenium webdriver. We are testing Project Dream Team, an existing CRUD web app. Part One introduced Selenium WebDriver as a web browser automation tool for browser-based tests. By the end of Part One, we had written tests for registration, login, performing CRUD operations on departments and roles, as well as assigning departments and roles to employees.

In Part Two, we will write tests to ensure that protected pages can only be accessed by authorised users. We will also integrate our app with CircleCI, a continuous integration and delivery platform. I have included a demo video showing all the tests running, so be sure to check it out!

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Test a Flask App with Selenium WebDriver – Part 1

Ever wondered how to write tests for the front-end of your web application? You may already have functional back-end tests, for example to ensure that your models and views are working. However, you may be unsure how to simulate a user of your app for testing. How can you test front-end functions like registration and logging in, which are done in a browser?

In this two-part tutorial, I will show you how to write front-end tests for an existing Python/Flask web application. You should therefore already have a functional application, along with a virtual environment with the necessary software dependencies installed. We will use Project Dream Team, a CRUD web app I built in a three-part tutorial (here is Part One, Part Two and …

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The Uber Engineering Tech Stack, Part II: The Edge and Beyond

By Lucie Lozinski

Uber Engineering

Uber’s mission is transportation as reliable as running water, everywhere, for everyone. Last time, we talked about the foundation that powers Uber Engineering. Now, we’ll explore the parts of the stack that face riders …

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