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Old 05-17-2008, 05:23 AM   #1
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web develompment


Hi! I am plannig to start some web sites development.
I have never done it, but I do have some programming experiance.
I was wandering what aplications best fit for the job?

thanks
 
Old 05-17-2008, 07:38 AM   #2
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Well, you would obviously be starting out with just basic HTML, which can be done in any text editor (though it will be a little easier if you use something with syntax highlighting, like Vim/Gvim.

I assume that you want something a little more robust than that, so you might want to take a look at Nvu, though arguably you should master (or at least be very comfortable with) HTML and web design concepts before letting an application do everything for you.
 
Old 05-17-2008, 10:45 PM   #3
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Hi kaiwan

0. I suppose you like to work on [GNU|Free|UNIX-Like|...] Systems

1.
1.1. HTML : Making Pages.
1.2. JavaScript : Client-Side Script for Making Better Pages.
1.3. WML : If you Like WAP Developing (Sister of HTML)
1.4. WMLScript : If you Like WAP Developing (Sister of JavaScript)

2.
2.1. PHP : Server-Side Scripting
2.2. MySQL : Using DB.
2.3. PHP/MySQL -> A power tool for DB isues and many others

3. A little Infos about Web Servers (Apache)
4. Discover XML and related topics
5. Invetigate common/popular standards : (w3.org)
6. Strong attention to visitors : What they want to see/listen/..

7. Future Wave of Net
7.1 Standards : Convey them Closely.
7.2. XML
7.3. Mobile : WAP/SmartPhone/Mid-range Phone/
7.4. Cross Platform :
7.5. Win/UNIX-Like(Linux/BSD)/Mac (Not just Windows)

8. Test your Page/App with several Browser/OS/Resolution.
9. Pay Attention to People with Disabilities.
10. Trace Java/OpenJDK/J2EE/J2ME : If you like to enter in theses area
10.1. Java system are system independent
10.2. Some people beleive it some not.

11. I think you're from IR.?
11.1. Infrom me about it , "Of cource If you like".

Bye

vigol
mehrshad moslehi
www.vigol.com
 
Old 05-18-2008, 01:25 AM   #4
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if you use KDE based distribution, i recommend you to try kate and quanta
 
Old 05-18-2008, 03:06 AM   #5
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Thanks to all of you guys...helped me a lot...

I simply have to start learning now! =)

Have a nice day
 
Old 05-18-2008, 03:09 AM   #6
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Hi kaiwan

0. I suppose you like to work on [GNU|Free|UNIX-Like|...] Systems

1.
1.1. HTML : Making Pages.
1.2. JavaScript : Client-Side Script for Making Better Pages.
1.3. WML : If you Like WAP Developing (Sister of HTML)
1.4. WMLScript : If you Like WAP Developing (Sister of JavaScript)

2.
2.1. PHP : Server-Side Scripting
2.2. MySQL : Using DB.
2.3. PHP/MySQL -> A power tool for DB isues and many others

3. A little Infos about Web Servers (Apache)
4. Discover XML and related topics
5. Invetigate common/popular standards : (w3.org)
6. Strong attention to visitors : What they want to see/listen/..

7. Future Wave of Net
7.1 Standards : Convey them Closely.
7.2. XML
7.3. Mobile : WAP/SmartPhone/Mid-range Phone/
7.4. Cross Platform :
7.5. Win/UNIX-Like(Linux/BSD)/Mac (Not just Windows)

8. Test your Page/App with several Browser/OS/Resolution.
9. Pay Attention to People with Disabilities.
10. Trace Java/OpenJDK/J2EE/J2ME : If you like to enter in theses area
10.1. Java system are system independent
10.2. Some people beleive it some not.

11. I think you're from IR.?
11.1. Infrom me about it , "Of cource If you like".

Bye

vigol
mehrshad moslehi
www.vigol.com
First, thanks a lot for this comprehensive post.

0. Yes I do like open source!

11. & 11.1 I am afradid I dont understand the question
 
  


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