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Introduction to Web Development

This introductory module teaches you how the web works, including the server-client architecture. It also covers some tool recommendations, such as IDEs and browsers.

Welcome to the first part of the web development course! In this module, we will talk about the basics of web development. You will learn about where your computer gets the web pages you see in your browser, and how the web works. We will also talk about some tools that you will need to have installed on your computer to get started with web development.

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What is web development?
Web development is the process of creating websites and web applications that you see and interact with on the internet. Websites can be used for many things, such as sharing information, buying and selling products, or connecting with other people.
How does the internet work?
Congratulations on taking the first step towards mastering the world of web development! Now that you are motivated and excited to learn, let’s embark on this voyage together. The World Wide Web has changed the way we live, work, and communicate.
The client-server architecture
Client-server architecture is a model of computing in which tasks are divided between two types of computers: clients and servers. Clients and Servers> Clients and Servers # In this model, clients are the computers or devices that request and receive information or services, while servers are the computers that provide the information or services to clients.
Install the tools required for this course
To get started with this course on web development that covers software development, there are a few tools that you will need to have installed on your computer. These tools are essential for writing and testing your code, and for building and deploying your web applications.