Web development refers to the process of building and maintaining websites or web applications.

  • HTML (Hypertext Markup Language): Defines the structure and content of web pages.
  • CSS (Cascading Style Sheets): Styles HTML elements to control their layout and appearance.
  • JavaScript: Adds interactivity and dynamic behavior to web pages.
  • Server-Side Programming Languages: Languages like PHP, Python, Ruby, Node.js, and Java are used to build the server-side logic of web applications.

 Developers often need to stay updated on the latest tools, frameworks, and best practices to create modern, secure, and efficient web applications.


MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, and others are used to store and manage data. Interact with the server-side code to provide dynamic content.

APIs :

Building and consuming APIs to enable communication and data exchange between different software systems. 

Server Environment:

Configuring and managing the server environment where the web application runs.


Platforms like WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal provide pre-built systems for managing and creating website content.

Web Security: 

Implementing security measures to protect web applications from common threats such as SQL, cross-site scripting and cross-site request forgery (CSRF).

Testing and Debugging:

Conducting testing at various stages of development, end-to-end testing and Debugging and optimizing.