What is web development?
What are the steps to becoming a web developer?
How long does it take to become a web developer?
The answer to this question will depend on you. The more time you spend developing your skills, the faster you can become a web developer. The good news is that web development generally uses lightweight code that is easier to learn than many other languages. If dedicated, you can learn the basics of web development in a couple of months. But good web developers never stop learning. A better question might be, “What can I do to become a better web developer faster?” The answer to this question is practice. Becoming familiar with coding helps tremendously, but there is also a less obvious benefit of practising. The more you code, the more you will run into problems or find bugs in your code. A significant aspect of web development is solving problems and debugging code. The better you get at solving problems and tracking down bugs, the faster you will get at coding.
|React js||Angular Js||Vue Js|
|Framework size||React with 43k||Angular is the heaviest of all with 143k||Vue.js is the most lightweight its size is only 23k|
|Performance||use virtual DOM. It is a copy of the actual DOM where changes are made without affecting the DOM proper. The updated virtual DOM is compared to a snapshot of the regular DOM, and then only the modified components are re-rendered. This approach significantly speeds up the application performance.||Angular uses the regular DOM with the entire web page re-rendered even if only a single item is changed. That is its Achilles’ heel, as regular DOM significantly affects the performance, especially in single-page applications.||use virtual DOM. It is a copy of the actual DOM where changes are made without affecting the DOM proper. The updated virtual DOM is compared to a snapshot of the regular DOM, and then only the modified components are re-rendered. This approach significantly speeds up the application performance.|
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